Capturing time is something that has fascinated photographers since the formal invention of the medium in 1826. Eadweard Muybridge’s pioneering magnum opus, Animal Locomotion (1884–1887), set the benchmark for those photographers, scientists, and inventors, who finally realized that stopping time with a camera was within reach.
We’re very excited to present Stopping Time: Capturing the Photographic Second, an inspiring sale on artnet Auctions, featuring the work of innovators such as Harold Eugene Edgerton, Berenice Abbott, and Gjon Mili, as well as Contemporary artists such as Adam Fuss and Matthew Pillsbury.
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