Robert Mann Gallery presents a selection of Harry Callahan’s most iconic works from a recently acquired collection. Harry Callahan was a hobbyist photographer turned professional artist who left a lasting mark on the discipline. His experiments with line and form, light and dark, expanded the boundaries of those who came before him by reconciling the pictorial and structural photographic traditions of the earlier twentieth century. The photographs in the exhibition express the constant formal and conceptual concerns that give unity to Harry Callahan’s treatment of some of his favorite subjects. The intimate landscape, including views of fields, leaves, and weeds of […]
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