Medium: Sheet-fed GravureDate: 1935Printer: Neogravure Company, FranceImage Size: 9 x 7 inches
Ringl and Pit were the nicknames of photographers Grete Stern (Ringl) and Ellen Auerbach (Pit). Both studied photography privately before opening a studio together in Berlin in 1930. They famously proposed a solution to art's role in industrial society, that highly rationalized style, sleek form and graphic design should celebrate the "man made".
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