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Unity. The subjects all correlating with each other in harmony makes this photo a great example of unity.

Otto Steinert was born in 1915 in Germany. He was a medical doctor by profession and also served in world war two to treat the wounded. However he self-taught himself to become a photographer in...

Peter Keetman, “Öltropfen” (Oil Drops), 1956. Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on Agfa paper. 30,3 x 23,2 cm.

Peter Keetman, “Öltropfen” (Oil Drops), 1956. Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print on Agfa paper. 30,3 x 23,2 cm.

wonderfulambiguity: “ Sergueï Yurkévitch, Shadow, Leningrad, 1981 Thanks to regardintemporel ”

wonderfulambiguity: “ Sergueï Yurkévitch, Shadow, Leningrad, 1981 Thanks to regardintemporel ”

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With a population of over 7 million people packed into an area of 426 square miles, Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated places in the world. As

Postwar Visions | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. “Postwar Visions” looks at the work of European photographers who, after hostilities ended in 1945, chose to use their cameras to express their creative impulses. Some of these artists returned to Bauhaus ideas about art making that had been interrupted by the political repression of the 1930s and six long years of war. An influential center of this new work was located in Germany, where Otto Steinert, a medical doctor turned photographer, organized

Reviving Bauhaus abstraction after World War II