While the Neue Galerie celebrates 150 Years of Klimt, they are also exhibiting some of the best works by important Austrian photographer Heinrich Kuehn, while exploring his friendship with major American photographers Alfred Stieglitz and Edward Steichen. Heinrich Kuehn’s early work was highly influential at the turn of the century, as he was one of the first to explore photography as an art form and experiment with color. For those who appreciate photography, this is an exhibit not to be missed.
Study in Tonal Values 1908, Heinrich Kuehn
Anna with Mirror 1902, Heinrich Kuehn
Mary Warner and Edeltrude on the Brow of a Hill 1910, Heinrich Kuehn
*Images courtesy of The Neue Galerie