Photographer Alfred Stieglitz opened The Little Galleries of the Photo-Secession in Manhattan, New York.
This was a turning point in history for the recognition of art photography. Stieglitz introduced photography to America as an art form, and this gallery gained respect for photography as a medium of making art like oil painting and printmaking.
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