How you look at it: photographs of the 20th century

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D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers, Jul 2, 2000 - Photography - 525 pages
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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.

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This book accompanies a 2000 exhibit of the same name, jointly sponsored by the Sprengel Museum Hannover and the St delsches Kunstinstitute and St dische Galerie, Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The ... Read full review

Contents

Thomas Weski 8 No Scrawling Scratching
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Heinz Liesbrock 38 The Barely Visible Visible
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Gerry Badger 60 The Art that Hides ltself
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Thomas Weski is chief curator at the Haus der Kunst, Munich. Previously the chief curator at the Museum Ludwig in Cologne, he has curated over eighty photography exhibitions, including "Cruel and Tender" at the Tate Modern in London in 2003.
 
 
 

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