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  • 1. Photography from theNew objectivity movement
  • 2. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy
  • 3. “For a mechanical device to find suchwide acceptance, three factors mustusually be present: the apparatus has tobe relatively inexpensive, it has to betechnically easy to use, and the pleasureit offers (in this case visual pleasure)must be in tune with the mood anddirection of contemporary life” Franz Roh Art historian
  • 4. Albert Renger-Patzsch
  • 5. Alexander rodchenko
  • 6. On the one hand the joy of reality,of the most exact possible„recognition‟ of a piece of reality; onthe other hand, the subtle pleasurein what is strange, hidden, unusualin this same surrounding world” Alexander Rodchenko
  • 7. Paul Outerbridge
  • 8. Charles Sheeler
  • 9. Karl Blossfeldt
  • 10. Lucia Maholy
  • 11. Sasha Stone
  • 12. Aenne Biermann
  • 13. Paul Strand