Imogen Cunningham: Through Her Lens

Imogen Cunningham: Through Her Lens

Snake (negative), 1929 by Imogen Cunningham, Courtesy of the Imogen Cunningham Trust.

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Tuesdays-Saturdays, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Continues through Oct. 21 2017
Free

Location Info:

Ryan Gallery
207 N Gilbert Rd, Suite #201-A
Gilbert, Arizona  85234
480-361-1118
One of the most prolific female photographers, Imogen Cunningham, broke the barriers for women in photography in the mid-1900s. A contemporary of Ansel Adams, Alfred Stieglitz, Wynn Bullock, and Edward Weston, Cunningham took a unique approach to photography for that time with her straight-on detailed plant studies, female and male nudes, portraits of fellow artists, and by putting herself in front of the camera.

Ryan Gallery at Art Intersection presents a notable collection of intriguing vintage and estate prints, including platinum and gelatin silver, exploring Cunningham’s feminine perspective and celebrating some of her most notable photographic works.

If you are a collector of fine art, twentieth-century photography, you must not miss this unique opportunity to purchase highly collectable Imogen Cunningham prints.

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