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(Proč lidé umírali [Why did people die])
Josef Koudelka
Czech, naturalized French, born 1938
(Proč lidé umírali [Why did people die]), August 21/27, 1968
...and to draw a bright white line with light (Untitled 11.5)
Uta Barth
German, born 1958
...and to draw a bright white line with light (Untitled 11.5), 2011
10,000 Beds, Beau Desert Hospital (Souges)
Photographic Section, U.S. Air Service, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF)
and Major Edward J. Steichen, A.S.A. (American, born Luxembourg, 1879–1973)
10,000 Beds, Beau Desert Hospital (Souges), January, 1919
A Photographic Map of Roads and Trench System in the Forest of Apremont, Region of Apremont
Photographic Section, U.S. Air Service, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF)
and Major Edward J. Steichen, A.S.A. (American, born Luxembourg, 1879–1973)
A Photographic Map of Roads and Trench System in the Forest of Apremont, Region of Apremont, February 11, 1919
Adolphe Menjou
Edward Steichen
American, born Luxembourg, 1879–1973
Adolphe Menjou, 1931
Air Station (Brest)
Photographic Section, U.S. Air Service, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF)
and Major Edward J. Steichen, A.S.A. (American, born Luxembourg, 1879–1973)
Air Station (Brest), December, 1918
Alfred Lunt in "Idiot's Delight"
Edward Steichen
American, born Luxembourg, 1879–1973
Alfred Lunt in "Idiot's Delight", 1936
Louise Lawler
American, born 1947
All Those Eyes, 1989
American Embarkation Camp, Bordeaux, Genicart No. 1 and 2, Remount Station, Port of Bordeaux
Photographic Section, U.S. Air Service, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF)
and Major Edward J. Steichen, A.S.A. (American, born Luxembourg, 1879–1973)
American Embarkation Camp, Bordeaux, Genicart No. 1 and 2, Remount Station, Port of Bordeaux, February, 1919
American Observation Airplane Above Clouds. 12,000 ft.
Photographic Section, U.S. Air Service, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF)
and Major Edward J. Steichen, A.S.A. (American, born Luxembourg, 1879–1973)
American Observation Airplane Above Clouds. 12,000 ft., 1918/19
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