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People of the 20th Century

People of the 20th Century Author August Sander
ISBN-10 3829606443
Release 2013
Pages 807
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With People of the 20th Century, August Sander created a monumental work that is unique in the history of photography and a classic of photographic literature. Sander conceived this large-scale project, which he ultimately never completed, in the 1920s. We have now condensed out 2002 seven-volume edition of the artist's complete oeuvre into one large volume presenting "the essential" People of the 20th Century.



August Sander

August Sander Author August Sander
ISBN-10 UOM:39015031209649
Release 1986-04-17
Pages 431
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A major contribution to the history of photography in Germany, presenting a fine collection of little-known work by a major photographer and a most perceptive essay that is at once biographical, analytic and critical.



AUGUST SANDER

AUGUST SANDER Author SUSANNE LANGE
ISBN-10 0810963981
Release 2002-05-21
Pages 1400
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AUGUST SANDER has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from AUGUST SANDER also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full AUGUST SANDER book for free.



Antlitz der Zeit

Antlitz der Zeit Author August Sander
ISBN-10 UVA:X002556572
Release 1994
Pages 143
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Sixty portraits of twentieth-century Germans.



August Sander

August Sander Author August Sander
ISBN-10 3829604432
Release 2009
Pages 173
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August Sander is considered to be one of the greatest portrait photographers of the early 20th century. His great photographic work will be celebrated by an exhibition of his most important vintage prints opening on September 7, 2009, at the distinguished Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson in Paris. One half of the images are his famous portraits, the other half are his relatively unknown, but very beautiful Rhineland landscapes and nature photographs from the 1930s. The images will be accompanied by a text by August Sander himself his famous radio speech about photography entitled Sehen, Beobachten und Denken (Seeing, Observing, Thinking). The images in the book will be reproduced from rare vintage prints in the highest possible quality. This collection will be the essential small edition of August Sander s photographs for years to come.



August Sander

August Sander Author George Steeves
ISBN-10 1894518691
Release 2013-09
Pages 47
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Considered one of the great 20th century photographers, August Sander's career spanned the pre-World War I, Weimar and National Socialist periods. George Steeves traces Sander's career chronologically showing how the photographer's personality won the trust of his sitters and protected him from Nazi persecution.



Emblems of the Passing World

Emblems of the Passing World Author Adam Kirsch
ISBN-10 9781590517345
Release 2015
Pages 115
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Through his portraits of ordinary people August Sander, the German photographer whose work chronicled the extreme tensions and transitions of the twentieth century, captured a moment in history whose consequences he himself couldn't have predicted. Using these photographs as a lens, Adam Kirsch's poems connect the legacy of the First World War with the turmoil of the Weimar Republic and foreshadow the Nazi era. Kirsch writes both urgently and poignantly about these photographs, creating a unique dialogue of word and image that will speak to readers.



Disfarmer

Disfarmer Author Mike Disfarmer
ISBN-10 UOM:39015062896959
Release 2005-11-01
Pages 234
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Mike Disfarmer is a true American eccentric. Born Mike Meyer, he changed his name to distance himself from both the surrounding farming community of his native Arkansas and from his own kinfolk-claiming that a tornado had accidentally blown him onto the Meyer family farm as a baby. The son of a German-born Union soldier in the heart of the South, Disfarmer was an agnostic from Lutheran stock among the church-going Baptists and Methodists, and remained a confirmed bachelor in a community of large families. Despite his outsider status, as the resident studio photographer in the tiny town of Heber Springs from 1917 ;1956, Disfarmer was the ultimate insider, privy to each family's rites of passage-from first birthdays to high-school graduations, from engagements to anniversaries, from army furloughs to funerals. His studio portraits present the people of the heartland during the turbulent times of the early twentieth century. Disfarmer documented the farm families as they sent their sons to fight World War I, struggled through the Great Depression and returned to battle for World War II. His career concludes with the optimistic 1950s, as his previously somber camera joyfully captures the pairings of bobby-soxed young women and their James Dean ;wannabe boyfriends. Previously, Disfarmer's work was known only from a cache of glass-plate negatives that had been salvaged from his studio after his death and spanned a fifth of his forty-year career. The culmination of an unprecedented two-year historical reclamation project in which a dedicated team of researchers scoured every family album in every home along every dirt road in Cleburne Count, Disfarmer: The Vintage Prints presents the never-before-seen original vintage prints of the enigmatic photographer throughout his career.



Cruel and Tender

Cruel and Tender Author Emma Dexter
ISBN-10 UOM:39015052875963
Release 2003-08-01
Pages 287
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This work accompanies Tate Modern's first exhibition of photography, Summer 2003. It reproduces over 200 photographs by the century's most important photographers, together with essays and biographies of the photographers featured.



Hans Eijkelboom People of the Twenty First Century

Hans Eijkelboom  People of the Twenty First Century Author Hans Eijkelboom
ISBN-10 0714867152
Release 2014-10-02
Pages 512
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Hans Eijkelboom: People of the Twenty‐First Century is an enormous and completely fascinating collection of "anti‐sartorial" photographs of street life by the Dutch conceptual artist/street photographer. From Amsterdam to New York and Paris to Shanghai, these photographs, taken over a period of more than twenty years, provide a cumulative portrait of the people of the twenty‐first century. A magnetic panoply of images, this cult object has a place in the library of every photography book collector as well as anyone interested in contemporary culture. Democratic, apolitical and unique, the archive of thousands of images offers an engrossing and engaging cross-section of society. Over the course of the last two decades, the Dutch photographer worked methodically on his monumental Photo Notes project: First he would select a busy pedestrian area – his favorite spots were often near shopping centers – where he would stay for 30 minutes up to a few hours. He then spent time observing passers-by before recognizing a common type, normally based on a garment, sometimes a behavior: people in band T‐shirts, fur caps or beige trench coats; young couples walking arm in arm; women in suit dresses; men with gelled hair or pushing shopping trolleys. . . He snapped them with a camera hung around his neck, attached to a trigger in his pocket. Back in the studio, the images were laid into grids called Photo Notes. Their simplicity of form and presentation belies their complex anthropological, social and artistic commentary.



Landscapes

Landscapes Author August Sander
ISBN-10 022639946X
Release 2016-11-17
Pages 112
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Presents forty photographs of landscapes in the Rhine region of Germany by the renowned photographer August Sander.



Icons of Photography

Icons of Photography Author Peter Stepan
ISBN-10 3791333364
Release 2005
Pages 199
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Century's best photographers.



How you look at it

How you look at it Author Thomas Weski
ISBN-10 UOM:39015050696296
Release 2000-07-02
Pages 525
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Focusing on photography as the definitive art form of the 20th century, this stunning volume presents a whole series of works by the medium's pioneers and arranges them thematically to illustrate the connections between seemingly disparate bodies of work. 104 color, 300 duotone photos.



Photography Visionaries

Photography Visionaries Author Mary Warner Marien
ISBN-10 1780674759
Release 2015-05-05
Pages 312
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Photography Visionaries is an inspiring guide to 75 of the most influential photographers from c.1900 to the present. Entertainingly written by an expert on photography, it provides a fascinating insight into the lives and careers of men and women working in a medium which perhaps more than any other in the visual arts has been deeply affected by technological change. The entries are arranged chronologically, instilling in the reader an understanding of what marks each photographer as a visionary. Each entry is less about providing a full biography of the person and more about creating a sense of excitement regarding their work and the lasting impact that it has had on photography. With the aid of an arresting selection of photographs, some well-known and others less so, this book offers a unique and engaging perspective on the development of photography through some of its most inventive practitioners.



Aperture

Aperture Author Wynn Bullock
ISBN-10 0893818372
Release 2005-07-15
Pages 576
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Aperture Masters of Photography Six-Copy Collector's Set Includes Wynn Bullock, Harry Callahan, Eikoh Hosoe, Tina Modotti, Barbara Morgan, and W. Eugene Smith Aperture's expanded Masters of Photography series presents an engrossing introduction to the photographers whose work has incalculably affected the way we regard the world. Each volume begins with an essay by a leading critic or historian, offering an incisive look at the photographer's career and importance in the history of photography. Each hardcover, clothbound volume in this slipcased set features approximately forty duotone images.



Five Centuries of Indonesian Textiles

Five Centuries of Indonesian Textiles Author Ruth Barnes
ISBN-10 3791350714
Release 2010
Pages 399
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Including many rare and antique examples, this luxurious volume introduces readers to the intoxicating and complex beauty of Indonesian cloth. Since the 1970s Mary Hunt Kahlenberg has been building her collection of exquisite ceremonial garments and sacred textiles from throughout Indonesia's chain of tropical islands. Dating from the past five centuries and brought together here for the first time in book form, these woven and batiked hangings, ceremonial mats, jackets, shawls, and head cloths form a stunning array that will draw the attention of anyone with a love of art, fine craftsmanship, and design. Large, elegantly presented photographs show the textiles in incredible closeup detail and full expanse, making it possible to appreciate their technical brillance and rich colors as well as the dazzling assortment of intricate patterns and motifs. Including essays by leading anthropologists and art historians, this book brings readers into a world ruled by the belief that weavings communicate with and transform those who come into contact with them.



The Mad Square

The Mad Square Author Jacqueline Strecker
ISBN-10 1741740681
Release 2011
Pages 320
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This catalogue focuses on the great aesthetic innovations that were made by artists throughout Germany in painting, sculpture, graphic art, photography, film and the decorative arts in the years from 1910 to 1937. The inter-related, fluctuating nature of modernist movements such as Expressionism, Dada, Constructivism, Bauhaus and New Objectivity are emphasized as is the broader historical context in which the works were produced. The works chosen reflect the fascinating and complex ways in which artists responded to the forces of modernity and their passionate engagement with contemporary society, culture and politics. Exhibition: Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney 6 Aug - 6 Nov 2011.