An exhibition at PDNB Gallery, in Dallas, Texas, presents this group of photographs selected from artists working pre-1950, including street and documentary styles that became a prevalent part of modern photography. The term “Modern” encompasses many movements in Western art. Regarding Modern photography, the era of Pictorialism was no longer interesting. Straight photography was the emphasis after 1910. Selections illustrating...
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