Bauhaus - The cradle of modern photography
Photography is the medium that, along with architecture and design, is still today most strongly associated with the Bauhaus. 100 years after the founding of the school in Weimar, it is evident how innovatively photography has developed after László Moholy-Nagy, Lucia Moholy, Hannes Meyer, T. Lux Feininger and Walter Peterhans. Volume 1 of the double-volume publication spans an arc from the origins of modern photography to the present day and combines works by famous Bauhaus photographers with photographs by outstanding contemporary artists such as Evelyn Richter and Maix Mayer.
- The photo icons of the last 100 years at a glance
- With recordings from Moholy-Nagy to Ed Ruscha
- Attractive design typical of the Bauhaus by award-winning graphic designer David Voss
- Equally exciting for Bauhaus fans and those interested in photography
- In the corresponding volume 2: Photography of the students of the class Joachim Brohm HfBK Leipzig
Cool equipment and famous artists
The volume, in a design typical of the Bauhaus and with a Swiss brochure, i.e. an open spine, presents works by renowned photographers from 1919 to 2019: Hannes Meyer, Erich Consemüller, Christian Schad, Alexander Rotschenko, Irene Bayer, Hilla and Bernd Becher, Erich Consemüller, T. Lux Feininger, Maix Mayer, Lucia Moholy, László Moholy-Nagy, Albert Renger-Patzsch, Wols and numerous others.
100 years of seeing, photographing and experimenting
"Modern. Iconography. Photography" is an excellent overview of the development of the medium since Moholy-Nagy, whose experiments, photoplastics and works with light are regarded as groundbreaking with regard to the new technical media of photography and film. 100 years of Bauhaus - 100 years of photography: Photographers, art lovers and Bauhaus fans should not miss out on both volumes of the Kunstmuseum Magdeburg!
DR. ANNEGRET LAABS, has been director of the Kunstmuseum Magdeburg since 2001, where she initiated numerous exhibitions, among other things on art of the second half of the 20th century and the present.
UWE GELLNER, studied art sciences in Leipzig and was director of the collection "National Sculpture of the GDR" at the Kunstmuseum Magdeburg from 1986 to 1990. As curator of the collection, he organized the development of the collection there from 1990 onwards and curated international exhibitions of contemporary art. He has produced monographic publications on numerous artists, most recently on Alicia Paz, Horst Bartnig, Peter Herrmann and Lawrence Carroll, among others.
19.7 cm x 28.5 cm
Hardcover (Swiss brochure)
64 colored illustrations