Albert Renger-Patzch Photographer of Objectivity

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  • Individual artists,
  • Photography & Photographs,
  • Individual Photographers And Their Work,
  • Photography,
  • Photo Essays,
  • Germany,
  • Individual Photographer,
  • Photography / General,
  • Photography, Artistic,
  • Renger-Patzsch, Albert

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Book details

ContributionsAnn (Editor), Jürgen Wilde (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages176
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10237526M
ISBN 100262181894
ISBN 109780262181891

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Renger-Patzsch was born in Würzburg and began making photographs by age twelve. After military service in the First World War he studied chemistry at Dresden Technical College.

In the early s he worked as a press photographer for the Chicago Tribune before becoming. Albert Renger-Patzsch, together with August Sander and Karl Blossfeldt, was one of the undisputed pioneers of twentieth-century German photography.

Indeed, what Sander achieved in portrait photography and Blossfeldt in plant photography, Renger-Patzsch achieved in his renderings of objects and the material world.

As a protagonist of the movement that came to be known as Neue. Following WWI, Albert Renger-Patzsch took over the management of the Folkwang-Auriga publishing company’s photographic archive after dropping out of his studies of chemistry. In the s, he began his first photographic project for the book series “Die Welt der Pflanze” (the world of plants).

The great German photographer Albert Renger-Patzsch was a contemporary of Moholy-Nagy and Brecht and a close friend of Hermann Hesse, yet his work is little known in the English-speaking world.

Born in Wurzburg inRenger-Patzsch was a member of the movement that came to be known as Neue Sachlichkeit ("New Objectivity"). RENGER-PATZSCH, Albert Book condition Used Binding Hardcover Publisher Munich: Kurt Wolff Verlag, Date published Terms of Sale.

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Renger-Patzsch experimented with photography as a teenager. After serving in World War I, he studied chemistry at. Albert Renger-Patzsch (–) was a German photographer and a leading figure in the Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity) movement of s Germany. He did military service in World War I, then in he became Director of the picture archive at the Folkwang publishing house in Hagen, before becoming a freelance photographer in RENGER-PATZSCH, Albert > Aquatint Copperplate process by which the plate is “bitten” by exposure to acid.

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The next year () he composed a picture book, The World is Beautiful, which treats man-made and natural objects as structural analogues of one. In Albert Renger-Patzsch got his start as a professional photographer by making the images for the first two books in a series titled Die Welt der Pflanze(The World of Plants).His work went uncredited, but two years later his name appeared on another book, Das Chorgestühl von Kappenberg(The Choir Stalls of Cappenberg).He soon became an independent photographer and exhibited his.

Albert Renger-Patzsch was a leading German photographer associated with the New Objectivity in the s and s. Renger-Patzsch was born in Würzburg and began making photographs by age twelve. After military service in the First World War he studied chemistry at Dresden Technical College.

Albert Renger-Patzsch, ‘Joy Before the Object’ (), in Anton Kaes, Martin Jay and Edward Dimendberg (eds.), The Weimer Republic Sourcebook, Berkeleyp Ann and Jürgen Wilde and Thomas Weski (eds.), Albert Renger-Patzsch: Photographer of Objectivity, London Albert Renger-Patzsch () was born in Wurzburg, Germany, and spent much of his life in Essen and Wamel bei Soest, where he died.

Among numerous books and solo exhibitions, his work found critical acclaim with ’s Die Welt ist schön and ’s Die Baume (The Trees).

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Albert Renger-Patzsch ( - ) 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 he became director of the picture archive at the Folkwang publishing house in Hagen. In Renger-Patzsch began to pursue. Albert Renger-Patzsch: Das Saptwerk by Albert RENGER-PATZSCH, Christoph Schreier on Jeff Hirsch Books Ostfildern-Ruit, Germany: Hatje Cantz Publishers, First edition.

The German photographer Albert Renger-Patzsch () is associated with the art movement Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity). He worked as an independent photographer in Germany both before and after World War II, and produced numerous books on topics ranging from plants, animals and unspoiled nature to industrial landscapes, cities and historical monuments, machinery and industrial.

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Indeed, what Sander achieved in portrait. Other articles where Die Welt ist schön is discussed: Albert Renger-Patzsch: In his book Die Welt ist schön (; “The World Is Beautiful”), he showed images from both nature and industry, all treated in his clear, transparent style.

Such images were closely related to the paintings of the Neue Sachlichkeit movement of painters, who created detached and literal renderings.

Renger-Patzsch was born in Würzburg and began making photographs by age twelve. After military service in the First World War he studied chemistry at Dresden Technical College. In the early s he worked as a press photographer for the Chicago Tribune before becoming a freelancer and, inpublishing a book, The choir stalls of Cappenberg.

Albert Renger-Patzsch made it images, based around the New Objectivy. In he created a book called 'The World is Beautiful' which was a collection of photographs which portrayed both the sides or nature and industry.

Similar photographer at the time were; Karl Blossfeldt, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, August Sander, Helmar Lerski and Edward. InAlbert Renger-Patzsch’s best-known book was published, Die Welt ist schön [The World is Beautiful], although the photographer would have preferred the title Die Dinge [Things].

It exemplifies the principles and characteristics of the photographer’s work: a desire to represent the. Munich: Kurt Wolff Verlag, First Edition.

Quarto. plates. Landmark work of 20th century photography and the highspot of the German movement of New Objectivity. Parr / Badger, v1,; Roth 50; Open Book 68; Auer Fine in a very good jacket with a chip to the top of the front panel, scarce yellow obi which has been professionally restored, complete in the publisher's printed slipcase.View Albert Renger-Patzsch’s 1, artworks on artnet.

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See available photographs, and prints and multiples for sale and learn about the artist. Albert Renger-Patzsch appeared to be interested in naturalizing the unnatural and in abstracting the natural, but, like Erich Mendeshon, he was not systematic in his methods.

But there were photographers, who practiced the New Objectivity through establishing exhaustive and extensive taxonomies—groupings of things and people.

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