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www.tate.org.uk/research/publications/tate-papers/19/august-sanders-portraits-of-persecuted-jews

August Sander's portfolio 'The Persecuted' – from the penultimate volume of his posthumously published compendium People of the Twentieth Century – is made up of ... Art historian Andy Jones, disagreeing with Sekula that Sander's book too closely favoured 'biological determinism', found Sander to be siding with the ...

www.tate.org.uk/research/publications/tate-papers/19/august-sander-and-the-artists-locating-the-subjects-of-new-objectivity

Dorothy C. Rowe sheds light on the role played by photographer August Sander among the group of artists known as the Cologne Progressives, showing how his .... and a subsequent piece by art historian Andy Jones that appeared in the same journal a decade later.8 Jones traces a brief historiography of Sander's project, ...

lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2016/11/15/a-new-look-at-august-sanders-people-of-the-twentieth-century

Nov 15, 2016 ... When August Sander conceived of the structure of his ambitious portrait series, “ People of the Twentieth Century,” his goal was to document the German people in a way that rejected the era's social divisions. Starting in the mid-1920s and through the rise of Nazism, he became keenly aware that the notion ...

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Reading August Sander's Archive. Andy Jones. 1. August Sander, 'Remarks on my Exhibition at the Cologne Art Union' (1927), trans. Joel. Agee, in Christopher Phillips (ed.), Photography in the Modern Era: European Documents and Critical. Writings, 1913-1940 (Metropolitan Museum of. Art/Aperture: New York, 1989), p.

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After practicing photography during his military service, August Sander opens his own studio in the early 1900s in Cologne. Close to the avant-garde movements, he soon decides to go on a major documentary observation of his country: Menschen des 20. Jahrhunderts (Men of the 20th Century). Although his images seem ...

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Born in Herdorf-am-der-Sieg, August Sander received his first camera from an uncle in 1892 and promptly set up a darkroom and taught himself photography. After serving in the German military, he took up photography full-time. He established a photography studio, first in Austria, then in Cologne, where he settled in 1910 ...

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Photography Collection: Rotation 6. August 7, 2009–March 22, 2010. The Museum of Modern Art · Ellsworth Kelly. *Yellow* from the series *Line Form Color.* 1951 ...

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A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; R; S; T; U; V; W; Y; Z. A. Marina Abramović. In Themes: Participation and Audience Involvement · Performance into Art. Vito Acconci. In Themes: Performing for the Camera. Vito Acconci. In Themes: Performance into Art. Halil Altindere. In Themes: Performing for the Camera. Aluminum ...

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Results 1 - 12 of 82 ... August Sander: Photographs of an Epoch, 1904-1959- Man of the Twentieth Century, Rhineland Landscapes, Nature Studies, Architectural and Industrial Photographs, Images of Sardinia. Sep 1986. by Robert Kramer and August Sander ...