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National Gallery of Art owns the single largest collection of photographs by the
celebrated American artist Alfred Stieglitz
. Consisting of 1,600 works, the collection
spans the artist's entire career. In June 2002 the National Gallery published
a scholarly catalogue of the Alfred Stieglitz Collection, including reproductions
of all 1,600 photographs, accompanied by entries. Organized chronologically, the
catalogue includes significant new research and presents, for the first time,
an accurate record of the development of Stieglitz's art. This exhibition celebrates
the publication of the catalogue with an installation of approximately 100 of
Stieglitz's photographs, providing important new insights into the similarities
of style and meaning among all his photographs of any given point in his career.