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Albert Renger-Patzsch By: Kristina Perez Albert He is a photographer. He was born in June 22,1897 in a place called Wurzburg Germany, and he died in 1966. He was part of the movement called “Neue Sachlichkeit”, or in English “New Objectivity”. More About Albert

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Albert Renger-Patzsch

By: Kristina Perez


Albert

  • He is a photographer.

  • He was born in June 22,1897 in a place called Wurzburg Germany, and he died in 1966.

  • He was part of the movement called “Neue Sachlichkeit”, or in English “New Objectivity”.


More About Albert

  • After his teenage years, he decided to join the army. That didn’t last for more than 2 years. Since he was still young he decided to go to college and study chemistry. Later on he got he professional started by making images for 2 books in a series called “The World of the Plants.”

  • His most famous work was a book called “The world is beautiful”, which was done in 1928.

  • His first museum exhibition was in 1927.

  • Many of his photographs come from the college courses he took. He took many science classes and he took many pictures of plants.

He was in

the army for…

…no more

than 2 years during World War 1.


How it all started…

  • He was a teenager when he started getting interested in photography. His father was an amatuer photographer and had the most influence of him getting interested in photography.

  • “Knopfe”, 1947


Anything Unique About His Photography?

  • He had a lot of nature objects and tended to have a lot of his pictures be in some sort of pattern. There was also a lot of machinery or mechanical objects as well. -->

  • His pictures weren’t just taken as a full object. For example if he took a picture of a glass he wouldn’t just take it of the glass as a person would see it, but he would aim his camera in a certain direction of the glass and have a different view.


WWII

  • During World War II, his studio got blasted and almost 18,000 negatives got destroyed as the result.

  • He moved away after this happened.

 World War 2 were the results of the loss of many negatives.


Other Stuff

  • In 1960 he got the German Society for Photography Culture Prize.

  • His Photography is considered Idealism (type of art) and is very masculine.

 Just an old camera.


His Work

  •  Adder's Head, Taken in 1925.

  •  Beech Forest, Taken in 1936.


His Work Cont.

  • Am Fichtelberg,Taken in 1935

Orangutan

 Isolatorenkette, Taken in 1925


References

  • http://www.britannica.com

  • http://www.temple.edu

  • http://photography.about.com

  • http://www.tate.org.uk

  • http://www.wikipedia.org

  • http://mitpress.mit.edu

  • http://www.artcyclopedia.com

  • http://www.answers.com

  • http://www.clevelandart.org


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