Germaine Krull: Photographer of Modernity

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Germaine Krull (1897-1985) led an extraordinary life that spanned ninedecades and four continents. She witnessed many of the high points ofmodernism and recorded some of the major upheavals of the twentiethcentury. Her photographs include avant-garde montages, ironic studiesof female nudes, press propaganda shots, as well as some of the mostsuccessful commercial and fashion images of her day. Her politicalcommitments led her from communist allegiance to incarceration inRussia as a counterrevolutionary to support of the Free French causeagainst Hitler to a reclusive existence among Tibetan monks inIndia. Kim Sichel's study of this remarkable artist reveals a life ofdeep convictions, implausible transformations, complex emotionalrelationships, and inspired achievements. Krull refused to limit herself to one long-term relationship, onegeographical region, or one set of religious and moralbeliefs. Contemporary critics ranked her with Man Ray and AndreKertesz. Younger photographers such as Berenice Abbott looked up toher. Yet until recently the absence of an archive has made a properevaluation of Krull's contribution to photography and to modernismdifficult if not impossible. In this book Sichel examines Krull'sautobiographical texts and photographic oeuvre to present and unravelthe rich mythology that Krull fabricated around her life and work. Thechapters follow the geographical and chronological sequence of Krull'slife, moving from Munich to Moscow to Berlin to Amsterdam to Paris toBrazil to Africa to Bangkok and other locations. This book, whichaccompanies the first major retrospective exhibition on Krull, shouldsecure Krull's rightful place among the masters of twentieth-centuryphotography. EXHIBITION SCHEDULE:Museum FolkwangEssen, GermanyOctober 1999 - December 1999Haus der KunstMunich, GermanyDecember 1999 - February 2000San Francisco Museum of Modern ArtSan Francisco, CaliforniaMarch - June 2000KunsthalRotterdam, the NetherlandsAugust - September 2000Centre PompidouParis, FranceNovember - December 2000

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Descrizione libro MIT Press Ltd, United States, 2000. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. New.. 310 x 249 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Germaine Krull (1897-1985) led an extraordinary life that spanned nine decades and four continents. She witnessed many of the high points of modernism and recorded some of the major upheavals of the twentieth century. Her photographs include avant-garde montages, ironic studies of female nudes, press propaganda shots, as well as some of the most successful commercial and fashion images of her day. Her political commitments led her from communist allegiance to incarceration in Russia as a counterrevolutionary to support of the Free French cause against Hitler to a reclusive existence among Tibetan monks in India. Kim Sichel s study of this remarkable artist reveals a life of deep convictions, implausible transformations, complex emotional relationships, and inspired achievements. Krull refused to limit herself to one long-term relationship, one geographical region, or one set of religious and moral beliefs. Contemporary critics ranked her with Man Ray and Andre Kertesz. Younger photographers such as Berenice Abbott looked up to her. Yet until recently the absence of an archive has made a proper evaluation of Krull s contribution to photography and to modernism difficult if not impossible. In this book Sichel examines Krull s autobiographical texts and photographic oeuvre to present and unravel the rich mythology that Krull fabricated around her life and work. The chapters follow the geographical and chronological sequence of Krull s life, moving from Munich to Moscow to Berlin to Amsterdam to Paris to Brazil to Africa to Bangkok and other locations. This book, which accompanies the first major retrospective exhibition on Krull, should secure Krull s rightful place among the masters of twentieth-century photography. EXHIBITION SCHEDULE: Museum Folkwang Essen, Germany October 1999 - December 1999 Haus der KunstMunich, Germany December 1999 - February 2000 San Francisco Museum of Modern ArtSan Francisco, California March - June 2000 KunsthalRotterdam, the Netherlands August - September 2000 Centre PompidouParis, France November - December 2000. Codice libro della libreria AAH9780262194013

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Descrizione libro MIT Press Ltd, United States, 2000. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. New.. 310 x 249 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Germaine Krull (1897-1985) led an extraordinary life that spanned nine decades and four continents. She witnessed many of the high points of modernism and recorded some of the major upheavals of the twentieth century. Her photographs include avant-garde montages, ironic studies of female nudes, press propaganda shots, as well as some of the most successful commercial and fashion images of her day. Her political commitments led her from communist allegiance to incarceration in Russia as a counterrevolutionary to support of the Free French cause against Hitler to a reclusive existence among Tibetan monks in India. Kim Sichel s study of this remarkable artist reveals a life of deep convictions, implausible transformations, complex emotional relationships, and inspired achievements. Krull refused to limit herself to one long-term relationship, one geographical region, or one set of religious and moral beliefs. Contemporary critics ranked her with Man Ray and Andre Kertesz. Younger photographers such as Berenice Abbott looked up to her. Yet until recently the absence of an archive has made a proper evaluation of Krull s contribution to photography and to modernism difficult if not impossible. In this book Sichel examines Krull s autobiographical texts and photographic oeuvre to present and unravel the rich mythology that Krull fabricated around her life and work. The chapters follow the geographical and chronological sequence of Krull s life, moving from Munich to Moscow to Berlin to Amsterdam to Paris to Brazil to Africa to Bangkok and other locations. This book, which accompanies the first major retrospective exhibition on Krull, should secure Krull s rightful place among the masters of twentieth-century photography. EXHIBITION SCHEDULE: Museum Folkwang Essen, Germany October 1999 - December 1999 Haus der KunstMunich, Germany December 1999 - February 2000 San Francisco Museum of Modern ArtSan Francisco, California March - June 2000 KunsthalRotterdam, the Netherlands August - September 2000 Centre PompidouParis, France November - December 2000. Codice libro della libreria AAH9780262194013

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