PHOTOGRAPHY ALBERT RENGER-PATSCH

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Albert Renger-Patzsch

Albert Renger-Patzsch (1897 - 1966) was a German photographer associated with the New Objectivity. Renger-Patzsch experimented with photography as a teenager

Exhibition: ‘New Objectivity: Modern German Art in the Weimar Republic, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) Object Photography, History Of Photography, Still Life Photography, Straight Photography, Film Photography, Albert Renger Patzsch, Ford Motor Company, Florence Henri, Exhibition Film

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“A picture is a secret about a secret, the more it tells you the less you know.” ― Diane Arbus

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Albert Renger-Patzsch

This is some research that I have carried out of Albert Renger. I picked this picture because it instantly drew my attention. I like how the snow takes away all of the effects, detail and colour to...

Photographs and title by Albert Renger-Patzsch Previously: Karl Blossfeldt Will 50 Watts Albert Renger Patzsch, Motifs Organiques, Karl Blossfeldt, New Objectivity, Photo Layers, Monochrome, Black And White, Nature, Plants

Biography: German photographer Albert Renger-Patzsch

Albert Renger-Patzsch (1897 - 1966) was a German photographer associated with the New Objectivity. Renger-Patzsch experimented with photography as a teenager. After serving in World War I, he studied chemistry at Dresden Technical College. In 1920 he became director of the picture archive at the Folkwang publishing house in Hagen. In 1925 Renger-Patzsch began to pursue photography as a full-time career as a freelance documentary and press photographer. He rejected both Pictorialism, which…