By Simone Philippi (ed.)
;20th Century images КНИГИ ;ФОТО-ВИДЕО Автор:Editing Simone Philippi Название:20th Century PhotographyИздательство:TaschenГод:1997Формат:PDFРазмер:42 MbДля сайта: www.mirknig.comThe heritage of images begun a few a hundred and fifty years in the past, yet in simple terms quite lately has it been absolutely regarded as a medium in its personal correct. Cologne's Museum Ludwig used to be the 1st museum of up to date artwork to dedicate a considerable part to overseas images. The L. Fritz Gruber assortment, from which this publication is drawn, is among the most crucial in Germany and the most consultant anyplace on this planet, constituting the center of the museum's holdings.This publication offers a desirable perception into the collection's wealthy range; from conceptual paintings to abstraction to reportage, the entire significant hobbies and genres are represented through an enormous collection of the century's such a lot impressive images. From Ansel Adams to Piet Zwart, over 850 works are provided in alphabetical order via photographer, with descriptive texts and photographers' biographical info, delivering a entire and imperative assessment of twentieth century images. Книга на русском языке не издавалась eighty five
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