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A prominent figure in the Dutch New Photography movement, Eva Besny is best known for her remarkable landscapes, portraits, and architectural photographs, which retain their incredible intensity to this day But beyond her impressive technical accomplishments, Besnys cultural and political sensitivities have played an equally influential role in her work.Beginning her journey with an apprenticeship under renowned Hungarian photographer Jzsef Pcsi, Besny moved to Berlin in the 1930s, where the Modernist avant garde art scene was a decisive factor in the development of her personal photographic style An important period for Besny intellectually as well, her time in Berlin also laid the foundations for the political awareness that would become an essential element in her life and work Besnys insightful black and white photographsmany of which are reproduced heredepict dramatic events and political movements that took place throughout Europe in the twentieth century, including images that capture instances of fascism, Nazism, and issues relating to immigration.The first English language retrospective of Besnys award winning body of photography, this bookpublished to accompany an exhibition by the Verborgene Museum to be held at the Berlinische Galeriefeatures nearly two hundred reproductions of original vintage prints of towns and landscapes during politically turbulent times....

Title : Eva Besnyö: Budapest - Berlin - Amsterdam
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ISBN : 3777441414
ISBN13 : 978-3777441412
Format Type : Hardcover
Language : Deutsch
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Number of Pages : 592 Pages
File Size : 585 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Eva Besnyö: Budapest - Berlin - Amsterdam Reviews

  • A voracious reader
    2019-04-02 10:27

    I'd never heard of Eva Besnyo until coming across this book, but I'm really glad I did; the photos are terrific, and they're wide-ranging in terms of the subject matter. Also; I recommend reading up on Ms. Besnyo's life, as apparently she was a rather fascinating person.