Artist: ALBERT RENGER-PATZSCHPrint Title: 'Germania' Dortmund-Ruhrgebiet Mine, 1947Medium: Sheet-Fed GravurePrinting Date: 1978Printed in Great BritainImage Size: 5.75 X 8 inches
Albert Renger-Patzsch, D.W.B. (1897-1966) was a pioneering figure in the New Objectivity movement, which sought to engage with the world as clearly and precisely as possible. Rejecting the sentimentality and idealism of a previous generation, Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity) emerged as a tendency in German art, architecture and literature in the 1920s. Applying this attitude to the field of photography, Renger-Patzsch espoused the camera’s ability to produce a faithful recording of the world.
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