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Cruel and tender: the real in the twentieth-century photograph

Emma Dexter, Thomas Weski - Photography - 2003 - 287 pages
A critic once described the work of American photographer Walker Evans as "tender cruelty." That tension between engagement and estrangement lies at the heart of many of the ...
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Dag Alveng: summer light

Dag Alveng, Robert Adams, Eva Klerck Gange, Thomas Weski, Sprengel Museum Hannover, Museum of Contemporary Art (Oslo, Norway) - Photography - 2001 - 98 pages
Dag Alveng's beautiful black and white photographs are a study, as the title suggests, in light. Taken at the Norwegian seashore, these landscapes, seascapes, and family scenes ...
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James Bishop: Malerei auf Papier

James Bishop, Heinz Liesbrock, Michael Semff, Pinakothek der Moderne (Munich, Germany), Josef-Albers-Museum, Art Institute of Chicago - Art - 2007 - 123 pages
Born in Missouri in 1927, Bishop has lived in Paris since the 1950s. One of the most sensitive lyrical abstract painters, he has devoted the last three decades to small paper ...
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Goedicke

Heinz Liesbrock, Stiftung Museum Schloss Moyland - Photography - 2001 - 86 pages
Claus Goedicke, a student of Bernd Becher, takes color photographs that recall the tradition of still-life painting, with subjects featuring everyday objects like platic ...
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