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by Maite Ocaña,Oliva María Rubio,David Balsells,Jan Micoch,Quentin Bajac,Juan Naranjo,Salvador Dalí


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Quentin Bajac, Jon Mlcoch, Juan Naranjo. Examining the revolution in photography that took place across Europe between 1918 and 1945, this enormous and bold survey orients its examination of the era around three cities, each of which served as a nexus for major developments in the medium: Paris, Prague and Barcelona. Until the First World War, photography had largely followed the aesthetics of painting; during and after the war, such movements as Constructivism, Moholy-Nagy's New Vision and Surrealism led photography to new frontiers, developing techniques and styles that took the medium.

Text by Maite Ocaña, Oliva María Rubio, David Balsells, Jan Mlcoch, Quentin Bajac, Juan Naranjo, Salvador Dalí.

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Photographic Modernity 1918-1948. Photographic Modernity 1918-1948. Published by La Fábrica/MNAC, Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, 2010. Text by Maite Ocaña, Oliva María Rubio, David Balsells, Jan Mlcoch, Quentin Bajac, Juan Naranjo, Salvador Dalí. La fábrica/mnac, museu nacional D'art de catalunya.

Examining the revolution in photography that took place across Europe between 1918 and 1945, this enormous and bold survey orients its examination of the era around three cities, each of which served as a nexus for major developments in the medium: Par s, Prague and Barcelona.

Praha, Paris, Barcelona Photographic Modernity . Text by Maite Ocaña, David Balsells, Jan Mlcoch, Quentin Bajac, Juan Naranjo, Salvador Dalí.

Praha, Paris, Barcelona Photographic Modernity 1918–1948 FRAENKEL GALLERY. The cover reproduces the only known print of Morton Schamberg’s 1918 Dada masterpiece, God. Jeffrey Fraenkel opened Fraenkel Gallery in San Francisco in 1979. Since that time the gallery has presented almost 300 exhibitions spanning the history of photography.

Praha, Paris, Barcelona. La Fábrica/MNAC Museu Nacional d'A, 2010. 250 p. illustrations throughout, 9x10¾". The book 'Praha, Paris, Barcelona. Photographic Modernity 1918-1948' was published to accompany the exhibition of the same name that's just finished at the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya.

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José Victoriano (Carmelo Carlos) González-Pérez (23 March 1887 – 11 May 1927), better known as Juan Gris (Spanish: ; French: ), was a Spanish painter born in Madrid who lived and worked in France most of his life. Closely connected to the innovative artistic genre Cubism, his works are among the movement's most distinctive. Gris was born in Madrid and later studied engineering at the Madrid School of Arts and Sciences.

Examining the revolution in photography that took place across Europe between 1918 and 1945, this enormous and bold survey orients its examination of the era around three cities, each of which served as a nexus for major developments in the medium: París, Prague and Barcelona. Until the First World War, photography had largely followed the aesthetics of painting; during and after the war, such movements as Constructivism, Moholy-Nagy's New Vision and Surrealism led photography to new frontiers, developing techniques and styles that took the medium strictly on its own terms. Demonstrating the interconnectedness of these tendencies, this volume assesses the contributions of each of these cities. Photographers based in Paris during these years include Man Ray, Brassai, Emmanuel Sougez, Hans Bellmer, Jacques-André Boiffard, Germaine Krull, André Kertész, François Collar, Claude Cahun, Florence Henri, Andreas Feininger, Eli Lotar, Dora Maar, Roger Parry and Raul Ubac; in Prague, Josef Sudek, Frantisek Drtikol, Jaroslav Rössler, Eugen Wiskovsk, Jaromír Funke, Karel Teige, Ladislav Berka, Jan Lauschmann, Josef Bartuska, Jindrich Styrsky and Karel Kasparik; and in Barcelona, Pere Català Pic, Josep Masana, Josep Sala, Josep Lladó, Emili Godes, Antoni Arissa, Gabriel Casas, Salvador Dalí and Joaquim Gomis.
Praha, Paris, Barcelona: Photographic Modernity 1918-1948 ebook
Author:
Maite Ocaña,Oliva María Rubio,David Balsells,Jan Micoch,Quentin Bajac,Juan Naranjo,Salvador Dalí
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