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The New Vision: Photography Between the World Wars : Ford Motor Company Collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York e-book

Author:

Philippe Montebello,Maria Morris Hambourg

Language:

English

Category:

Photo

Subcategory:

Photography & Video

ePub size:

1708 kb

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Rating:

4.3

Publisher:

Distributed by H.N. Abrams (1989)

Pages:

318

ISBN:

0870995502

The New Vision: Photography Between the World Wars : Ford Motor Company Collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York e-book

by Philippe Montebello,Maria Morris Hambourg


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Maria Morris Hambourg (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. This volume presents more than 160 images from the Ford Motor Company Collection, a group of about 500 photographs formed by John C. Waddell, which Ford Motor Company and the collector recently gave to the Metropolitan Museum.

This volume presents more than 160 images from the Ford Motor Company Collection, a group of about 500 photographs formed by John C. The photographs illustrated A broad historical study of the provocative innovations of European and American photography between the World Wars.

Maria Morris Hambourg. Catalog of an exhibition : Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Sept. 31, 1989 ; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Fe. 8-Apr. 22, 1990 ; and elsewhere. The new vision : photography between the world wars ; Ford Motor Compa. Are you sure you want to remove The new vision : photography between the world wars ; Ford Motor Company collection from your list? The new vision : photography between the world wars ; Ford Motor Company collection. by Maria Morris Hambourg. Published 1989 by Metropolitan Museum of Art, distributed by . Abrams in New York Catalog of an exhibition : Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Sept.

A broad historical study of the provocative innovations of European and American photography between the .

A broad historical study of the provocative innovations of European and American photography between the World Wars. The photographs illustrated here by Man Ray, Walker Evans, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Andre Kertesz, Alfred Stieglitz, Berenice Abbott and some 70 other artists chart the urban, technological and psychological revolutions of the modern ag. (more).

Home Hambourg, Maria Morris and Christopher Phillips The New Vision . 318 pages; more than 160 images. European and American photography from the rich Ford Motor Collection that has been given to The Metropolitan. Endnotes, Bibliography.

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The Ford Motor Company and John C. Waddell, a New York collector . Waddell, a New York collector, have joined to present the Met with some 500 photographs by 180 American and European artists active between the two World Wars, a coup that gives the museum's holdings an entirely new dimension. Their ''new vision,'' sparked by the explosive developments in art, science and technology of the era, meant radical innovations in photographic ideas and techniques.

After the war a new generation of photographers turned away from painterly .

After the war a new generation of photographers turned away from painterly styles and took radically different directions. Some of these young artists espoused the aesthetic principles of current avant-garde movements -Dadaism, Futurism, Surrealism, Constructivism; others were unaligned. Until last year this crucial period between the two World Wars was not well represented at the Metropolitan. Original photographs from this period are rare: very few were printed and most of the best are closely held by a small group of prescient collectors.

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The New Vision : Photography Between the World Wars-The Ford Motor Company Collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. by Maria Morris Hambourg and Christopher Phillips. The photographs illustrated here by Man Ray, Walker Evans, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Andre Kertesz, Alfred Stieglitz

A broad historical study of the provocative innovations of European and American photography between the World Wars. This volume presents more than 160 images from the Ford Motor Company Collection, a group of about 500 photographs formed by John C. Waddell, which Ford Motor Company and the collector recently gave to the Metropolitan Museum. The photographs illustrated here by Man Ray, Walker Evans, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Andre Kertesz, Alfred Stieglitz, Berenice Abbott and some 70 other artists chart the urban, technological and psychological revolutions of the modern age.

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