6 edition of Werner Bischof found in the catalog.
|Series||55, 55 (Series)|
|Contributions||Bischof, Werner Adalbert, 1916-1954.|
|LC Classifications||TR820 .C66 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||125 p. :|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||2002277292|
The Swiss Magnum photographer Werner Bischof ( –) ranks among the greatest photographers of the 20th century. A master of black-and-white photography, he created an extraordinary oeuvre within the span of his short life. He had already travelled halfway around the world as a photojournalist. A second slim picture book Das Auge der Liebe, self-published in through his business “Turnus”, was created in collaboration with his wife Rita Groebli who had successfully completed a specialisation in applied and visual arts under Otto Morach at the Zurich School of Applied Arts. The graphic designer Werner Zryd produced the layout.
Magnum Photos is a photographic cooperative of great diversity and distinction owned by its photographer members. With powerful individual vision, Magnum photographers chronicle the world and interpret its peoples, events, issues and personalities. Werner Bischof: one of the original members of Magnum, and one of the greatest photographers of all time: Pick up the new book: "Werner Bischof Backstory" by Aperture > 1. Uncover the truth behind the world I felt compelled to venture forth and explore the true face of the world. Leading a satisfying life of.
The picture is in the book, Werner Bischof, Photography: Men and Movements, American Photographic Book Publishing Co. Garden City, NY, , that Ravi bought and that has fallen apart after all these years. I searched for the photograph and read the caption: “A consignment of corn arrives in a village in the province of Bihar, ”. In the long run I don't think anyone can overlook these images of hunger, that people can ignore all my pictures - no, definitely not. And even if only a vague impression remains, in time this will create a basis that will help people distinguish between what is good and what is objectionable.
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At the end of World War Two, the Swiss photographer Werner Bischof's fame derived from his delicate and almost abstract still lifes.
With the war concluded, Bischof felt the need to get on his bike and travel around a devastated and deeply exhausted Germany. He knew that he alive at an historic moment and he wanted to capture its essence on film/5(5).
Werner Bischof was born in Switzerland. He studied photography with Hans Finsler in his native Zurich at the School for Arts and Crafts, then opened a photography and Werner Bischof book studio. Inhe became a freelancer for Du magazine, which published his first major photo essays in Bischof received international recognition after the.
Werner Bischof Museo de Bellas Artes, Caracas del 22 de agosto al 26 de septiembre de (Spanish Edition) Jan 1, by Werner Adalbert Bischof. Werner Bischof, in full Werner Adalbert Bischof, (born ApZürich, Switzerland—found deadPeruvian Andes), Swiss photojournalist whose photographs are notable for their empathy, strong sense of design, and sensitive use Werner Bischof book light.
From to Bischof attended the Zürich School of Applied Arts, where he studied. "In his brief life, Werner Bischof () travelled half the world to create the oeuvre that would seal his reputation as a master of classic black-and-white photography. This book provides a comprehensive survey of the Swiss photographer's output straddling the divide between art and journalism.
His work in the nascent field of colour photography is also well represented.". Werner Bischof, (ICP library of photographers) by Werner Adalbert Bischof and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This monograph commemorates German photojournalist Werner Bischof (–), who reported on devastation in Germany, France and the Netherlands after World War II.
Featuring over black-and-white photographs, this collection of Bischof's images conveys his sense of empathy and humanity. Werner Bischof: Backstory. Published by Aperture. Edited with text by Marco Bischof. Preface by Fred Ritchin. This new monograph captures the life and work of a Magnum great, Swiss photographer Werner Bischof (–64), and features his most iconic images, as well as insight into his life as a photojournalist and artist.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: Seiten: zahlreiche Illustrationen ; 16 cm. Series Title: Responsibility: Claude Cookman. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
View the profiles of people named Werner Bischof. Join Facebook to connect with Werner Bischof and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power. And true to this quote, this book provides a time capsule of the postwar world, opened up by the compelling and profound story of the life of this adventurous new monograph captures the life and work of a Magnum great, Swiss photographer Werner Bischof (), and features his most iconic images, as well as insight into his life Brand: Werner Bischof; Marco Bischof; Marco Bischof.
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Werner Bischof. 2, likes 5 talking about this. "I felt compelled to venture forth and explore the true face of the world. Leading a satisfying life of plenty had blinded many of us to the Followers: K. Marco Bischof (text) Werner Bischof’s son, is a documentary filmmaker, editor, and author who has dedicated much of his career to telling his father’s story.
His films and books include Werner Bischof: – His Life and Work (), and Questions To My Father (). The World of Werner Bischof: A Photographer's Odyssey by Bischof, Werner Adalbert; Gasser, Text by Manuel and a great selection of related books, art.
Swiss-born Werner Bischof () was an outstanding photojournalist of the post-war years. When his career was cut short by his untimely death, a in a car accident in the Andes, he was a member of the prestigious photo agency Magnum, and his work was sought after by numerous international news magazines.
BISCHOF, Werner and FRANK, Robert and VERGER, Pierre. Text by ARNAUD, George. Indiens pas morts. (Paris, ). First edition of the classic photobook co-authored by Werner Bischof, Robert Frank and Pierre Verger, the first posthumous work of Bischof and the first to name Robert Frank as author, preceding his Les Américains by two years, with.
In the Wake of War Bischof travelled extensively to document both the suffering of the postwar world and the day-to-day life within traditional cultures affected by industry and technology. This book is full of pictures; and it also includes surprises that will even delight connoisseurs of Werner Bischof’s work.
On the occasion of the centenary of this great, Swiss photo journalist – who died much too young aged 38 in an accident in the Peruvian Andes –, this impressive photo book presents a comprehensive glimpse into Bischof’s archives and legacy;. Werner Bischof was born in Switzerland. He studied photography with Hans Finsler in his native Zurich at the School for Arts and Crafts, then opened a photography and advertising studio.
Inhe became a freelancer for Du magazine, which published his Nationality: Switzerland.View BOOKS BISCHOF’S profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. BOOKS has 4 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete .Fifty years after the death of Werner Bischof, his son Marco gathered together 70 previously unpublished photographs, collated in the book Questions to My powerfully reiterate the man his father was, the nature of his humanity and his search for a benign and beautiful cognisance of the brief and terrifying world in which he lived.