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Germany, 1920s, New Objectivity, August Sander

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Germany, 1920s, New Objectivity, August Sander

Presentation of the New Objectivity movement, which emerged in the 1920s in Germany with the introduction of standardised and normalised types in art. The artistic production of this period is representative of the German society between the two world wars. With a focus on the work of the photographer August Sander.

Composition1 volume of 319 pages with black and colour illustrations.
Dimensions31 x 23 cm
EditorEd. du Centre Pompidou, Paris
ThemeArts / Art history / By country and people
Author(s)Angela Lampe


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