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              Books by Inka Schube

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              Kurt Schwitters Catalogue raisonne: Band 2 1923-1936

              Kurt Schwitters Catalogue raisonne: Band 2 1923-1936 (Hardback, illustrated edition)

              Edited by Stiftung, Kurt und Ernst Schwitters; Orchard, Karin; Schulz, Isabel; Text by Schube, Inka

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              This three-volume catalogue raisonne documents and investigates Kurt Schwitters and his oeuvre. Over 3,700 works from 1905 to 1948 are presented together with commentary, research and a detailed biography of the artist. This second volume covers the years from 1923 to 1936.

              ISBN 9783775709880
              Released NZ 31 May 2003
              Publisher Hatje Cantz
              Interest Age 19+ years
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              Boris Mikhailov: Bucher Books: Structures of Madness, or Why Shepherds Living in the Mountains Often Go Crazy / Photomania in Crimea

              Boris Mikhailov: Bucher Books: Structures of Madness, or Why Shepherds Living in the Mountains Often Go Crazy / Photomania in Crimea (Hardback)

              Edited by Schube, Inka; By Bulgakowa, Oksana; Groys, Boris; Mikhailov, Boris

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              The special thing about Boris Mikhailov as a book maker is that he thinks of and develops photography in sequences, in spaces and cuts, in the forms of its montage. Viewed as a whole, his books and book drafts which often only exist as one original copy create a retrospective of ...a very unique and intimate kind.
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              ISBN 9783863353032
              Released NZ 1 Sep 2013
              Publisher Misc - Thames & Hudson
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              Hans-Peter Feldmann: Book #9
               

              Hans-Peter Feldmann: Book #9 (Hardback)

              By (photographer) Feldmann, Hans-Peter; Text by Schube, Inka; Clark, Martin; Hochleitner, Martin

              Features artists work from the past decade including the author's series of Flower photographs. The pictures he selects and brings together in exhibitions and, in particular, books are trace of his own observations which he prefers the viewer to interpret. Hence, he can narrate m...any things in his pictures without giving anything away.
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              ISBN 9783865602329
              Publisher Misc - Alliance Distribution
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              Umbo. Photographer
                

              Umbo. Photographer (Hardback)

              Edited by Schube, Inka

              UMBO - the big bang in modern photography UMBO - at the latest since Herbert Molderings' 1995 retrospective of the artist, this name stands for a kind of big bang in modern photography in the mid-1920s: UMBO, born in 1902 in Dusseldorf as Otto Maximilian Umbehr, the second of ten... chil---d-ren of a civil engineer and a teacher, is considered the inventor of the image of the New Woman, the new image of the street, and photographic report-age per se. His name stands for the departure of the German Youth Movement of the Wandervogel from the Wilhelminian era to the early Bauhaus.He also represents the media metropolis Berlin in the 1920s, spurred above all by immigrants from Eastern Europe, for a rapidly developing film, music, theater and cabaret scene, for glimpses into the -backyards and kitchens of overflowing tenement houses. UMBO: This is the young artist plagued by self-doubt who becomes famous as a photog-rapher almost overnight thanks to the impulses -received by his Bauhaus teacher Johannes Itten and his artist friend Paul Citroen and hence participates in all -important avant-garde exhibitions of his time; and who, according to the narrative, lives through National Socialism as an anti whose -Berlin studio and archive is completely destroyed by bombs in 1943, and whose attempt to revive his former existence as a photographer of the avant-garde fails during the economic miracle of the West German post-war -period in Hanover; whose expressive early, then new work is rediscovered in the 1970s; and who, in 1979, shortly before his death, has his first solo exhibition in a museum context in the Spectrum photo gallery at the Kunstmuseum Hannover and Sprengel Collection . The publi-cation, which presents a selection of 200 works and numerous -documents, is essentially based on UMBO's estate. Protected and moved for decades by Phyllis -Umbehr, the artist's daughter, and gallery owner -Rudolf Kicken, UMBOs estate was acquired in 2016 thanks to the commitment of numerou
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              ISBN 9783864422881
              Publisher Snoeck Verlagsgesellschaft mbH
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