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Hans Robertson, Der Tänzer Harald Kreutzberg, 1925, Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main © Foto: Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main

Enlarge image: Schwarz-Weiß Fotografie/Porträt von einem Mann der sich mit den Händen halb das Gesicht verdeckt

New Ways of Seeing. The Photography of the 1920s and ’30s

30 June - 24 Octobre 2021
Städel Museum

German photography from the 1920s and ‘30s oscillates between innovation and continuity. Not unaffected by the incisive social upheavals after the end of the First World War, unusual perspectives, different styles and contrasts became the means of expressing the changed living situations and political landscape. The Städel Museum is mounting the exhibition on the trends and movements in modern photography. It presents a selection of about 120 pioneering photographs from the Städel’s own collection of photography and loans of works by prominent representatives such as Alfred Ehrhardt, Hans Finsler, Lotte Jacobi, Felix H. Man, Albert Renger-Patzsch, Erich Salomon, August Sander, Umbo, Paul Wolff or Yva as well as a number of lesser known photographers, such as Carl Albiker, Karl Theodor Gremmler and Paul W. John.

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Städel Museum
Schaumainkai 63
60596 Frankfurt

+49 (0)69 60 50 98 200
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www.staedelmuseum.de/de

U: 1-3, 8 (Schweizer Platz) Tram: 15, 16 (Otto-Hahn-Platz)
TUE – WED, FRI – SUN 10 am – 6 pm
THU 10 am – 9 pm

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