“Charles Sheeler from Doylestown to Detroit” explores a range of Sheeler’s photographs from his early works focused on his 18th –century home in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, through his later architectural photos of Manhattan and the Ford Motor plant in Michigan. Originally a painter, Sheeler adopted photography as a means for making a living. The exhibition includes 40 photographs from three significant series created at the peak of his career and will be on view through November 5, 2017. McGaw Graphics has published 5 images from the exhibition available here.
“Alfred Stieglitz and Modern America” showcases a selection of 36 important Stieglitz photos from the MFA’s collection. Including views of New York City and his country home at Lake George along with portraits of his wife artist Georgia O’Keeffe and other family members. Many of these photos were donated by Stieglitz to the MFA in 1924, which made the museum one of the first in the USA to collect photography. The exhibition will be in view through November 5, 2017. McGaw Graphics has published 9 images from the exhibition available here.
Images: (Top) Alfred Stieglitz Reflections - Night (New York), 1897, (Bottom) Charles Steeler Criss-Crossed Conveyors - Ford Plant, 1927.