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Grete Stern | Mírame y sé color                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Grete Stern

Grete Stern, Dreams (Sueños), Photomontages © 2015 Estate of Horacio Coppola. Stern did study at the bauhaus, opened a pioneering photo studio ringl + pit and fled Nazi Germany in

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via billyjane: Grete Stern, Sueno 1949 from Light of Modernity in Buenos Aires [featuring also Annemarie Heinrich] currently on view at Nailya Alexander Gallery [October January thanks to La Lettre

Grete Stern, Dream No. 1. 1948. Photomontage.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Grete Stern: Sueño No. “Articulos eléctricos para el hogar” (Dream No. “Electrical Appliances for the Home”), ca. 1950 Created to accompany a magazine column in which a psychologist analyzed readers’ dreams

“El ojo eterno” (1950). Obra de Grete Stern (1904-1999). “The eternal eye” (1950). Work by Grete Stern (1904-1999).

Exhibition: ‘RealSurreal. Masterpieces of Avant-Garde Photography Das Neue Sehen 1920-1950. Siegert Collection’ at the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg

Grete Stern The Eternal Eye, around 1950 Photomontage on gelatin silver paper, x cm photo: Christian P. Schmieder, Munich © Estate of Grete Stern courtesy Galería Jorge Mara − La Ruche,.

Grete Stern  "From 1948 to 1950, Stern was hired by a womens’ magazine to “illustrate” the dreams that readers of the magazine (mostly Argentine housewives) submitted. She made 150 photomontages, called Suenos (dreams), that comprise perhaps the most brilliant and telling psychological document ever made of the inner lives of women of that era."

Grete Stern "From 1948 to 1950, Stern was hired by a womens’ magazine to “illustrate” the dreams that readers of the magazine (mostly Argentine housewives) submitted. She made 150 photomontages, called Suenos (dreams), that comprise perhaps the most brilliant and telling psychological document ever made of the inner lives of women of that era."

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Herbert Matter - Harper’s Bazaar cautioned shopper’s not to lose their heads to fashion in this shot, 1939

Grete Stern, Portrait Ellen Auerbach, ca. 1930 Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin

Grete Stern Portrait b w style photo Ellen Auerbach 1930 Bauhaus Archiv Berlin

Grete Stern. This is so weird, I love it.

The Dream Life of Grete Stern

Grete Stern....“Dream No. 18: Café Concert,” 1948....Surrealism                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Grete Stern’s Interpretation of Dreams

Grete Stern, Dreams (Sueños), Photomontages © 2015 Estate of Horacio Coppola. Stern did study at the bauhaus, opened a pioneering photo studio ringl + pit and fled Nazi Germany in

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