The Work Of August Sander.
Pictures of German photographer August sander’s work and the documentary, however intelligent. He was born in 1876 in the family of a carpenter and from a young age was fond of photography. Removed everything – shooting landscapes, nature, architecture and street scenes. And yet best of all he managed portraits. He wanted to do a portrait of all of Germany, but the Nazis came and Zander was no place in the new order. In this review, miraculously surviving photographs from the archives of the famous photographer.
Disabled with no legs begging. Germany, 1926.
2. Children in Cologne
Group photo of children of different social classes. Germany, Cologne, 1930.
3. Cologne carnival
The participants of the famous carnival arts in Cologne. Germany, 1931.
A group of nomads rest and sing on the banks of the Moselle river. Germany, 1931.
5. Gypsy with an accordion and a bear
Gypsy with a trained bear in the Westerwald. Germany, 1929.
6. Before the beginning of the famous Cologne carnival
Girl in fairground car. Germany, Cologne, 1926.
7. An elderly organ grinder
A street musician playing the hurdy-gurdy. Germany, in 1937.
8. Gottfried Brockman
Famous German artist and Professor. Germany, in 1924.
Commemorative photograph before leaving for the Western front.
10. Master hypnotherapy
Well-known German hypnotherapist. Cologne, 1930.
11. The officer of the criminal police
A police officer. Germany, 1925.
12. Foster mother with the children
Nun with foster children. Germany, 1930.
13. Young Roma
Portrait of the Roma, 1930.
14. Hereditary circus performers
The Cologne fair. Germany, 1926.
15. German poet and politician
Erich Musam and a representative of the Social democratic party. Germany, 1929.
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