Mar 24, 2008

Exhibit gives a photography history lesson

(Examiner) - Save yourself thousands of dollars, four months and “art in the dark” lectures by seeing the Baltimore Museum of Art’s “Looking Through the Lens” impressive exhibit.
The show achieves in about two hours what a history of photography course could only dream to do in an entire semester. The exhibit provides proof that photography is a fine art through 150 rarely-shown iconic prints by the world’s most pivotal and well known American and European photographers such as Alfred Stieglitz, Edward Weston, Man Ray and Life magazine’s Margaret Bourke-White. Continued

Photo: Margaret Bourke-White