Review: Edward Steichen and Martin Munkácsi at Howard Greenberg
32 vintage prints by Edward Steichen document his mastery of the sharp focus and straightforward composition that characterized the new photography of the post-World War I era.
Hungarian-born Martin Munkácsi was one of the best-known interwar photographers. Compared to Steichen's somewhat bloodless images, Munkácsi's "Liberia, 1931," "The Puddle Jumper, 1934," and "Harlemites doing the Lindy Hop at the Savoy Ballroom, 1936," among the 17 vintage prints in this show, brim with energy and warmth.
Read the complete review in The Wall Street Journal.
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