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Linked Ring

The Linked Ring Brotherhood was an organization of photographers founded in London in 1892 by Henry Peach Robinson. Members, including Stieglitz, Coburn, Evans and Annan, held annual exhibitions called “salons,” a name they borrowed from the world of painting in an attempt to demonstrate their artistic purpose.

Although their aesthetics varied, the members of the Brotherhood were united by their desire to further “the development of the highest form of art of which photography is capable.”

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