Otto Steinert - Rhythms and Structure (Arc de Triomphe), 1951

tokyo-bleep: yama-bato: melisaki: Rhythmus und Struktur (Blick vom Arc de Triomphe) photo by Otto Steinert, 1951 Thanks melisaki.

© Peter Keetman, 1958, Rohre (Pipes)  Peter Keetman was one of the…

© Peter Keetman, Rohre (Pipes) Peter Keetman was one of the founder-members of the Fotoform group in 1949 with Otto Steinert and others. His preference for black and white enhanced his strong designs, often based around the effects of light on the

OTTO STEINERT    LA COMTESSE DE FLEURY 1952

Otto Steinert La Comtesse de Fleury 1952 Gelatin silver print on baryta paper mounted on hardboard x cm Städel Museum, Frankfurt

Otto Steinert -Lamps of the Place de la Concorde III 1952 -' ‘Subjective Photography’, he wrote, ‘means humanised, individualised photography and implies the handling of a camera in order to win from the single object the views expressive of its character.’ http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/display/otto-steinert

Otto Steinert Lamps of the Place de la Concorde III photographer Otto Steinert experimented with form and technique to explore photography as a mode of personal expression.

Luminogram II, Otto Steinert, 1952, Photograph, gelatin silver print on paper, 302 x 401 mm, Jack Kirkland Collection Nottingham

Luminogram II, Otto Steinert, 1952, Photograph, gelatin silver print on paper, 302 x 401 mm, Jack Kirkland Collection Nottingham

Kicken Berlin, Otto Steinert, Mond überm Dach, 1949 , Courtesy the artist and the gallery

Kicken Berlin, Otto Steinert, Mond überm Dach, 1949

Kicken Berlin, Otto Steinert, Mond überm Dach, 1949 , Courtesy the artist and the gallery

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