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By the time he was 26, Lozowick had studied art at the Kiev Art School in Russia, the National Academy of Design in New York, and Ohio State University. He then studied in both Paris and Berlin. By 1926, when he joined the editorial board of the left-wing journal New Masses, he was well-versed in current artistic developments in Europe, such as Constructivism and de stijl. These hard-edged, linear styles, evident in New York (Brooklyn Bridge), suggest the possibility of an efficient reframing of the world, as did the political theories espoused in New Masses.

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  • Title: New York (Brooklyn Bridge)
  • Creator: Louis Lozowick
  • Date Created: 1923
  • Physical Dimensions: Image Dimensions Height/Width: 288 x 228 mm, Image Dimensions Height/Width: 11 5/16 x 9 in
  • Type: prints
  • Medium: lithograph

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