Camera Work, with Pierre Vreyen
Saturday, September 18, 2021
10am – 11:15am CST
Live and Virtual Lecture
Exploring Alfred Stieglitz’s passion project, Camera Work, where he promoted the works of his fellow Pictorialist photographers and his own views on Photo-Secession, modern art and the quest to elevate photography as fine art.
This lecture will take place at IPHF but links will be available to stream the event live as well.
COVID-19: Facial masks or coverings are required for all attendees at the live event in compliance with local regulations.
Pierre Vreyen was born and raised in Liege, Belgium. He purchased his first camera when he moved to Canada, in Magog, Quebec, in 1990. Moving once again in 1992 to Nashville, Tennessee, he started printing his pictures and processing film in his own darkroom. He stayed in Nashville for over 20 years before moving again to Kansas City for a year then settling in Saint Louis, Missouri in 2014. For the past two years he has been working on digitizing and republishing all 50 issues of Camera Work.
Image: Edward Steichen, Rodin—The Thinker, 1902. From the IPHF Collections
Admission: $10 Non-Members/$5 Seniors/Members Free
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