Avant-Garde

Helping People See

A uniquely American photographer, Bernice Abbott was a central figure in and an important bridge between the photographic circles and cultural hubs of Paris and New York during the early twentieth century.  She was born in Springfield, Ohio, and in 1918 moved to New York where she studied sculpture, meeting and making vital connections with Marcel Duchamp and Man Ray, leaders of the American avant-garde.
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