The National Gallery of Art presents a centenary retrospective of the American photographer Harry Callahan’s work that is enlightning. Harry Callahan only looked for light in his pictures. It was with this amateur outlook that his passion for photography began. He learned the secrets of photography on his own, and would eventually become one of the most disciplined, dedicated and innovative photographers of the 20th century.
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