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Introduction
1003.01   Introduction to Avant-Garde photography
Techniques
1003.02   Introduction to solarization
1003.03   Examples of solarization
Movements
1003.04   Constructivism
Photographers
1003.05   Alvin Langdon Coburn: Vorticism
1003.06   Alfred Stieglitz: Equivalents
1003.07   Man Ray: Solarized nudes
1003.08   Maurice Tabard: Multiple exposures and solarizations
1003.09   Laszlo Moholy-Nagy: Viewpoints
1003.10   Lotte Jacobi: Photogenics
1003.11   Minor White: Equivalents, similes and visual metaphors
1003.12   Heinz Hajek-Halke: Experimental photography
1003.13   André Kertész: Distortions
1003.14   Weegee: Distortions
1003.15   Bill Brandt: Distortions
1003.16   László Moholy-Nagy: Photograms
1003.17   Christian Schad: Schadographs
1003.18   Frantisek Drtikol: Nudes
1003.19   Frantisek Drtikol: Les Nus de Drtikol (1929)
1003.20   Hans Bellmer: La Poupée
1003.21   Eli Lotar: Le Theatre Alfred Jarry et l’Hostilite Publique (1930)
1003.22   Brassai: Graffiti
Events
1003.23   Film und Foto - FiFo (1929)
 
  
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Solarization 
Using different viewpoints 
Weimar Germany (1919-1933) 
 
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Weimar Germany (1919-1933) 
 
  
 
  
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