5 edition of August Sander found in the catalog.
Sixty portraits of twentieth-century Germans.
|Statement||introduced by Alfred Doblin.|
|Series||Schirmer"s visual library|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||143 p. :|
|Number of Pages||143|
In partnership with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Hauser & Wirth presents ‘August Sander: New Women, New Men, and New Identities,’ marking the first solo exhibition in Los Angeles in over a decade devoted to renowned German photographer August Sander’s pioneering work. Hosted in the gallery’s Book & Printed Matter Lab, the exhibition brings . Heralded as Germany’s ur-modernist photographer, August Sander () documented a world that was changing in spite of itself. Hauser & Wirth Los Author: Paul Maziar.
SANDER AUGUST Chapter August Sander. Young Farmers. A Profile of the People. In , August Sander began a systematic attempt to portray and typologize his fellow countrymen. The project, undertaken wholly at his own initiative and expense, found support only among his painter friends in the Rhineland area of Germany. August Sander: "En photographie, il n'existe pas d'ombres que l'on ne puisse eclairer!": ISBN () Hardcover, Centre National de la Photographie,
August Sander ( ) was born in Herdorf, the son of a carpenter working in the mining industry. While working at a local mine, Sander first learned about photography by assisting a photographer who was working for a mining company. With financial support from his uncle, he bought photographic equipment and set up his own darkroom. Recognized as one of the founding fathers of the documentary style, August Sander is the creator of many iconic twentieth-century photographs. Towards the end of the First World War, while working from his studio in Cologne, Sander began what would become his life’s work: a photographic portrait of German society under the Weimar Republic.
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August Sander: Face of Our Time (Schirmer Visual Library) by Sander, August () Paperback Jan 1, Online shopping from a August Sander book selection at Books Store. August Sander (17 November – 20 April ) was a German portrait and documentary photographer. Sander's first book Face of our Time (German: Antlitz der Zeit) was published in Sander has been described as "the most important German portrait photographer of the early twentieth century." Developed an interest in photography through.
August Sander (The Aperture history of photography series ; 7) by Sander, August and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at August Sander eventually became one of the partners and later the studio’s sole proprietor by In the same year, at the Paris Exposition, Sander was given the Cross of Honor and a gold medal.
During this time, he experimented using color in photography and this work was taken by the Leipzig Museum. Sander, August. Published by Aperture () ISBN X ISBN First Edition. Former Library book.
Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP More information about this August Sander. Published by Getty Publications () ISBN ISBN As a boy August Sander worked in a mine in the Siegen area east of Cologne.
His enthusiasm for photography was sparked when he had the opportunity to assist a photographer who was visiting the area. After training in Trier and Linz, he opened his own studio in Cologne in August Sander book.
Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Revered as a father of modern photography, August Sander () s /5. One of the legendary classics among German photography books, August Sander's Face of Our Time, is now available again. Compiled by August Sander himself, the book was first published inwith a foreword by German writer Alfred Dublin.
On its first publication, it was advertised as Author: August Sander. People of the Twentieth Century, the collective portrait of German society made by German photographer August Sander, has fascinated viewers from its earliest presentation in a exhibition and the controversial publication of a selection of 60 images in the book Face of the Time published two years later.
Despite Sander's dedication over five decades to the idea and. August Sander, (born NovemHerdorf, near Cologne, Germany—died ApCologne), German photographer who attempted to produce a comprehensive photographic document of the German people.
The son of a mining carpenter, Sander apprenticed as a miner in Acquiring his first camera inhe took up photography as a hobby and, after. August Sander's portraits are absolutely sublime in every way.
He has a rare ability to capture a subject's unique personality and style within a frame. While some of his work shows the posed and traditional side to the portraiture of his time, most of his pieces exhibit a wonderfully casual side that stands at odds with this tradition/5.
‘August Sander: New Women, New Men, and New Identities’ will be on view at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles through 12 April The exhibition will be presented in the gallery’s Book & Printed Matter Lab, a space devoted to explorations of the critical place that books and printed matter occupy in the practice of artists.
In August Sander ( – ), a German portrait photographer published his first book Antlizer der Zeit (Faces of Our Times) by Kurt Wolff Verlag with an essay by the German writer Alfred Doblin.
This famous book was re-issued by Schirmer Mosel Verlag in their Schirmer Art Books series which is a great little photobook about this well.
Looking for books by August Sander. See all books authored by August Sander, including August Sander, and August Sander: (Photographic Study), and more on The photographs from August Sander's "Citizens of the Twentieth Century" are matter-of-fact portraits of people from all social classes and all walks of life.
Sander's interest in his subjects' roles in society makes his images an indispensable record of life in Germany between and His style, the conceptual basis of his project, and.
August Sander - Rheinlandschaften. Photographs (German Edition) by August Sander() Jan by August Sander. “Nothing is more hateful to me than photography coated with gimmicks, poses and false effects.
Therefore let me speak the truth in all honesty about our age and the people of our age”–August Sander, Introduction“People of 20th century” is a lifelong project of German photographer August Sander. It is a series of portraits, which captures. A new entry in the Photofile series, this book features the work of August Sander, one of the early twentieth century’s most important photographers.
August Sander (–) was a documentary photographer whose greatest project lasted his entire working : Thames & Hudson. August Sander (17 November – 20 April ) was a German portrait and documentary photographer. Sander's first book Face of our Time (German: Antlitz der Zeit) was published in Sander has been described as "the most important German portrait photographer of the early twentieth century.".
Get this from a library! August Sander. [August Sander; Susanne Lange; Centre national de la photographie (France)] -- C'est une sorte de Grand Oeuvre qu'il a voulu mener. Sur trois Allemagne, celle de Guillaume II, celle de Weimar et celle de Hitler. Il a été le premier à mettre la photographie au service d'une.
The late August Sander is best known for his body of work called "People of the 20th Century." In the s and '30s, both in his studio and out on his bike on muddy German country roads, Sander. Another Not So Steady Right Hand Productions video, introducing the book "August Sander - Seeing, Observing, Thinking".