Die Kunst der abstrakten Fotografie

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Arnoldsche, 2002 - Photography - 319 pages
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Abstract Photography - a genre developed in the early 20th century by international avantgarde artists like Man Ray, Laszlo and Paul Strand - has been little acknowledged as a type of imagery and art in its own right so far. It is the opposite of realistic photography and does not focus on a tangible object. As a distinctive part of the fine arts it has its own specific subjects, forms and functions. This book is the first full-length account of the historic and contemporary trends and theories of abstract photography.

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Denkmöglichkeiten What Could Abstract Photography Be?
Der fotografische Weg in die Abstraktion

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