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  • 1. Photography from the New objectivity movement
  • 2. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 3. Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 4. Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 5. Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 6. “For a mechanical device to find such wide acceptance, three factors must usually be present: the apparatus has to be relatively inexpensive, it has to be technically easy to use, and the pleasure it offers (in this case visual pleasure) must be in tune with the mood and direction of contemporary life” Franz Roh Art historian Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 7. Albert Renger-Patzsch Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 8. Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 9. Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 10. Alexander rodchenko Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 11. Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 12. Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 13. Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 14. On the one hand the joy of reality, of the most exact possible „recognition‟ of a piece of reality; on the other hand, the subtle pleasure in what is strange, hidden, unusual in this same surrounding world” Alexander Rodchenko Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 15. Paul Outerbridge Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 16. Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 17. Charles Sheeler Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 18. Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 19. Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 20. Karl Blossfeldt Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 21. Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 22. Lucia Maholy Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 23. Sasha Stone Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 24. Aenne Biermann Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 25. Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 26. Paul Strand Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 27. Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college
  • 28. Lecturer: Wendy Clarke Stratford-upon-Avon college

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