Albert Renger Patzsch

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Author: Laie

MAPFRE Foundation in Madrid, from June 22 to September 10, 2017

Albert Renger Patzsch (1897-1966) is identified as one of the main protagonists of the New Objectivity — movement emerged in Germany in the early 1920s — and is currently recognized as one of the most representative and influential figures in history Of 20th century photography.

The works that make up this exhibition highlight the investigation carried out by Albert Renger Patzsch in his search for an identity for photography based the reflection on the photographic medium itself.