Metaphorically Seeing-Equivalents

From 1922 to around 1935 Alfred Stieglitz took a series of photographs of clouds that he named Equivalents. The photographs were not intended as literal series of meteorological studies but as an examination of states of mind. (1) By photographing clouds, Stieglitz meant to demonstrate how “to hold a moment, how to record something so completely, …

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