Introduction
Joseph Turner Keiley (26 July 1869 – 21 January 1914) was an early 20th-century photographer, writer and art critic. He was a close associate of photographer Alfred Stieglitz and was one of the founding members of the Photo-Secession. Over the course of his life Keiley's photographs were exhibited in more than two dozen international exhibitions, and he achieved international acclaim for both his artistic style and his writing.
Wikidata
Q220074
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Introduction
Born 16 July 1869; died 21 January 1914. In 1899, Keiley was elected to the Linked Ring, the secessionist photographic society in London, England. Keiley was a close friend and collaborator of Alfred Stieglitz. Together they invented the glycerine process which permitted partial development of platinum papers. Also, they produced joint research on the history of photography. Keiley also acted as the associate editor of Stieglitz's publications "Camera Notes" and "Camera Works".
Nationality
American
Gender
Male
Roles
Critic, Editor, Lawyer, Photographer
Names
Joseph T. Keiley, Joseph Turner Keiley
ULAN
500001336
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