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1929Europe • FrancePhotographs of the slaughterhouses at La Villette in Paris by Eli Lotar are published in the Surrealist publication Documents, (issue 6).
1930North America • USAAnsel Adams publishes Taos Pueblo.
1930Europe • France 
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Eugčne Atget
Book cover for "Atget: Photographe de Paris" (New York: E. Weyhe, 1930) 
1930
Eugčne Atget publishes Atget Photographe de Paris (New York: E. Weyhe, 1930).
1930Europe • France 
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Claude Cahun
Book cover for Claude Cahun "Aveux Non Avenus" (Paris: Editions du Carrefour, 1930) 
1930
Claude Cahun publishes Aveux non Avenus (Paris: Éditions du Carrefour, 1930).
1930Europe • Czechoslovakia 
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Frantisek Drtikol
Zena Ve Svetle [Women in Light] 
1930
Frantisek Drtikol publishes Zena ve Svetle [Women in Light] (Prague: E. Beaufort, 1930).
1930Europe • Russia 
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Alexander Rodchenko
Inside layout for "SSSR na Strojke" (USSR in Construction) Issue #12, 1935 [Parachute Issue] 
1935
In Russia the photomagazine USSR in Construction ('SSSR na stroike') is published. The use of photomontage and collage by photographers such as Alexander Rodchenko influences graphic design. 
  
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1930Europe • FranceFilm stills for Luis Bunuel's surrealist film L'Âge d'or published in Le Surrealisme au service de la revolution (issue 1). (June 1930)
1931Europe • Great BritainBill Brandt moves to London.
1931Europe • France 
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Max Ernst
Book cover for Max Ernst, 1931, Mr. Knife Miss Fork, Text by René Crevel, (Paris: the Black Sun Press) 
1931
Max Ernst and René Crevel publish Mr. Knife Miss Fork text by René Crevel" (Paris: The Black Sun Press, 1931).
1931Europe • GermanyHelmar Lerski publishes Köpfe des Alltags.
1931Europe • France 
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Moi_Ver
Book cover for Moi Ver "Paris. Introduction by Fernand Léger" (Paris: Jeanne Walter, 1931) 
1931
Moi Ver publishes Paris with an introduction by Fernand Léger (Paris: Jeanne Walter, 1931). 
  
Mon Ver: Paris 
  
Moi Ver; Christoph Schifferli (Editor); & Fernand Leger (Introduction)
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1931Europe • GermanyErich Salomon publishes Berühmte Zeitgenossen.
1932North America • USAGroup f64 is formed by eleven West Coast photographers.
1932North America • USA 
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Lewis W. Hine
Book cover for Lewis Hine "Men at Work" (New York: the Macmillan Company, 1932) 
1932
Lewis Hine publishes Men at Work (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1932)
1933Europe • France 
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Brassaď
Book cover for Brassaď "Paul Morand: Paris de Nuit" (Editions " Arts et métiers graphiques, coll. "Réalités", 1933) 
1932
Brassaď publishes Paris de Nuit
  
Brassai: Paris By Night 
  
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1933North America • USA 
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Doris Ulmann
Book cover for Doris Ulmann "Roll, Jordan, Roll. Text by Julia Peterkin" (New York: Robert O. Ballou, 1933) 
1933
Doris Ullman and Julia Peterkin publishes Roll, Jordan, Roll. (New York: Robert O. Ballou, 1933)
1933Europe • Germany 
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Unidentified photographer
Bauhaus Dessau Masters on the roof: left to right, Josef Albers, Hinnerk Scheper, Georg Muche, Lßszlo Moholy-Nagy, Herbert Bayer, Joost Schmidt, Walter Gropius, Marcel Breuer, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Lyonel Feininger, Gunta Stölzl, Oskar Schlemmer 
1926 (ca)
Staff at the Bauhaus dissolve the organization due to political pressure.
 
The remarkable talent pool of teachers leave Germany before the Second World War - Josef Albers (1933/USA), Vassily Kandinsky (1933/France), Paul Klee (1933/Switzerland), Walter Gropius (1934/Great Britain, 1937/USA), László Moholy-Nagy (1934/Netherlands, 1935/Great Britain, 1937/USA), Marcel Breuer (1935/Great Britain, 1937/USA), Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1937/USA), Herbert Bayer (1938/USA), Walter Peterhans (1938/USA). László Moholy-Nagy goes on to found the New Bauhaus in Chicago (USA) in 1937. (20 July 1933)
1934Europe • FranceMan Ray publishes Man Ray Photographies 1920-1934.
1934Europe • Portugal 
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Book cover for "Portugal 1934" (Lisbon, Edited by S.P.N. - Secretariado Nacional de Propaganda, 1934) 
1934
"Portugal 1934" is published as the official propaganda book for the Estado Novo, the right-wing regime inaugurated by Salazar in 1933. It uses photomontage as a propaganda tool. 
  
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1934Europe • FranceExploring the primitive and the unconsciuous mind as expressed through graffiti Bill Brandt publishes a selection of photographs in the article "Du mur des cavernes au mur d'usine" in the Surrealist magazine Minotaure (no. 3-4). (December 1934)

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