Artist: YvaTitle: DanseMedium: Sheet Fed Gravure, 1933, FranceDimensions: 6.6x9.5"Heat Wax Mounted on 12x16" Conservation Board
Yva (1900–1942/44) was the professional pseudonym of Else Ernestine Neuländer-Simon who was a German photographer renowned for her dreamlike, multiple exposed images. As one of the first photographers who recognized the commercial potential of photography, she became a leading photographer in Berlin during the Weimar Republic. When the Nazi Party came to power, she was forced into working as a radiographer. She was deported by the Gestapo in 1942 and murdered, probably in the Majdanek concentration camp during World War II.
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