Annegret Soltau German artist Annegret Soltau constructs collage using photographs of her own face and body, stitched with black thread, con...

Top 10 Collage Artists: Hannah Höch to Man Ray

Annegret Soltau German artist Annegret Soltau constructs collage using photographs of her own face and body, stitched with black thread, con...

Top 10 Collage Artists: Man Ray - contributed impressively to avant-garde, fashion and portrait photography, in particular with his solarised and isomorphic portraits of Lee Miller. Ray’s photomontages play with femininity and form, as in his multiple exposures of Alice Prin, better known as Kiki de Montparnasse, and Dora Maar.

Top 10 Collage Artists: Hannah Höch to Man Ray

Top 10 Collage Artists: Man Ray - contributed impressively to avant-garde, fashion and portrait photography, in particular with his solarised and isomorphic portraits of Lee Miller. Ray’s photomontages play with femininity and form, as in his multiple exposures of Alice Prin, better known as Kiki de Montparnasse, and Dora Maar.

Hannah Hoch distorts images to reacreate a picture, in this piece there is minimal colour and I like the distortion of the faces

Hannah Hoch distorts images to reacreate a picture, in this piece there is minimal colour and I like the distortion of the faces

Hannah Hoch - I like how the photographer has used eyes to create a flower effect this photo is successful because of the light and color used in the image.

Hannah Hoch - I like how the photographer has used eyes to create a flower effect this photo is successful because of the light and color used in the image.

Hannah Hoch. Work in collections of Berlinische Galerie and Neue National Galerie

Hannah Hoch. Work in collections of Berlinische Galerie and Neue National Galerie

Hannah Höch, Untitled, photomontage, 1929, from an Ethnographic Museum

Hannah Höch, Untitled, photomontage, 1929, from an Ethnographic Museum

The Best Of Hannah Hoch, Art's First Punk

The Best Of Hannah Hoch, Art’s First Punk

Hanna Höch “DaDa Dolls” 1916

Hanna Höch “DaDa Dolls” 1916

Hannah Höch, DaDa Dolls, 1916 I like it a lot because they are the most interesting dolls I've ever seen. It is clearly handmade. It is a successful montage mainly because it is hard to understand it and the lighting and colors are perfect.

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