A retrospective of the work of American photographer and filmmaker Paul Strand, curated by Peter Barberie of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, opens today at the Fondation MAPFRE. The exhibition covers Strand’s career from the 1910s to the 1960s, from his early work, to his efforts to make photography into a major independent art form, to his published portraits of people and places. The exhibition features over 200 works from museums and private collections including the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
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