Classic works are on display at this Viennese gallery: Edward Steichen, Edward Weston, and the lesser-known Rudolf Koppitz. This Czech photographer, often said to be Austrian, is known for continuing in the pictorialist tradition long after its time had passed, and is considered to have been one of the major art photographers working in Vienna between the two Wars. Koppitz is celebrated for his photographs of the human figure, his study of movement, and his use of the nude in natural settings.
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