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Object Lesson: Alfred Stieglitz’s Hands Beside His Photograph by Dorothy Norman

  Dorothy Norman was only twenty-two years old when she walked into the Intimate Gallery and met Alfred Stieglitz, then sixty-three. Although they were separated by more than forty years in age, and despite the fact that each was already married, their physical and emotional relationship quickly blossomed. So profound was their connection that Stieglitz… Read More

Object Lesson: Photographers Tina Modotti and Lola Alvarez Bravo and Mexican Modernism

This week, as NOMA turns its focus towards themes of connection, we are thinking about how human relationships shape artists’ careers, and how we can use those connections to interpret different artworks. In Mexico City during the 1920s and ‘30s, art flourished and grew thanks to the creative, romantic, and political relationships between artists in… Read More

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