Equivalent by Alfred Stieglitz (1929)

The photograph named “Equivalent” was created by the artist Alfred Stieglitz in the year 1929. It is a part of a series where Stieglitz aimed to capture the essence of an experience rather than simply documenting a scene. The photograph itself is abstract in nature, showing a composition of clouds in the sky. The tones are rich and dark, with the clouds providing texture and form through their lighter shades and distinct shapes. The image conveys a sense of vastness and perhaps a contemplation of the natural world, emphasizing the artist’s intent to transcend literal interpretation and invoke an emotional response akin to music or poetry.

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