German-French artist Wols (Wolfgang Schulze -- 1913-1915) rose to fame in the post- 1945 Euopean art scene as the founder of Informel (or 'gestural abstraction') painting. His photography has previously been presented as studies for his art. Here they are presented as seminal works on their own. The portraits, fashion photographs, still lifes are accompanied by an essay on various printings, bibliography and translation of The Photography of Wolfgang Schultz, a 1932 text by Dutch cultural critic, H. van Loon. (Harvard University Art Museums)
Publisher: The University of Chicago Press ISBN: 9781891771040 Number of pages: 103 Weight: 431 g Dimensions: 270 x 1905 x 1270 mm
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