Shot by Albert Renger-Patzsch, c1930 In photography one should surely proceed from essence of the object and attempt to represent it with photographic terms alone." Albert Renger-Patzsch

Shot by Albert Renger-Patzsch, c1930 In photography one should surely proceed from essence of the object and attempt to represent it with photographic terms alone." Albert Renger-Patzsch

Albert Renger-Patzsch, Laboratory Glasses, Schott Galssworks, Jena, 1934

Albert Renger-Patzsch, Laboratory Glasses, Schott Galssworks, Jena, 1934

Albert Renger-Patzsch, Euphorbia grandicornis, c. 1922-1923

Albert Renger-Patzsch, Euphorbia grandicornis, c. 1922-1923

Sempervivum Percarneum, 1922, by Albert Renger-Patzsch The German modernist photographer was at the centre of the New Objectivity (Neue Sachlichkeit) movement. This plant study was published in his landmark book, Die Welt Ist Schön (The World is Beautiful) in 1928

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Sempervivum Percarneum, 1922, by Albert Renger-Patzsch The German modernist photographer was at the centre of the New Objectivity (Neue Sachlichkeit) movement. This plant study was published in his landmark book, Die Welt Ist Schön (The World is Beautiful) in 1928

In the years 1927–1935, Albert Renger-Patzsch, one of the most important photographers of the New Objectivity school, took a comprehensive series of photographs in the Ruhr area depicting the outskirts of towns, landscapes of spoil pits, country roads, backyards and suburban houses, allotments and coal mines.

In the years 1927–1935, Albert Renger-Patzsch, one of the most important photographers of the New Objectivity school, took a comprehensive series of photographs in the Ruhr area depicting the outskirts of towns, landscapes of spoil pits, country roads, backyards and suburban houses, allotments and coal mines.

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