This impressive collection of 31 photographs from the first half of the 20th century explores the many capabilities of what photography can do. From Alvin Langdon Coburn's vortographs to early images by Robert Frank, from camera-less fotograms by Moholy-Nagy and Rayographs by Man Ray, to Edward Steichen's iconic portraits, this collection represents the flexibility and imaginative capabilities of photography. The Inventive Eye: Photographs from a Private Collection will be sold in New York on 1 April.
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