Past Exhibitions
Albert Renger-Patzsch, Untitled (St. Malo), ca. 1942. Gelatin silver print. Yale University Art Gallery, Doris Bry Inadvertent Collection.

© Albert Renger-Patzsch Archive/Ann u. Jürgen Wilde, Zülpich/Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York

From Any Angle: Photographs from the Collection of Doris Bry

  • May 23, 2008–September 7, 2008
From Any Angle: Photographs from the Collection of Doris Bry celebrates the remarkable collection of over 200 photographs brought together by Doris Bry and currently on loan to the Yale University Art Gallery. A noted scholar of eminent American photographer Alfred Stieglitz, Bry is perhaps best known as the agent and confidant of Stieglitz’s wife, the painter Georgia O’Keeffe. Her collection includes photographs by renowned masters, such as Irving Penn and Berenice Abbott, as well as intriguing works by lesser-known artists, and includes examples of a wide range of styles and photographic media.
Exhibition and publication organized by Yale students under the direction of Pamela Franks, Deputy Director for Collections and Education, and Ash Anderson, PH.D. candidate in the History of Art, both Yale University Art Gallery. Made possible by the John F. Wieland, Jr., B.A. 1988, Fund for Student Exhibitions, and The Nolen-Bradley Family and Jane and Gerald Katcher Funds for Education.