Borges todo el año: Jorge Luis Borges: La lluvia - Foto Annemarie Heinrich, 1966

Borges todo el año: Jorge Luis Borges: La lluvia - Foto Annemarie Heinrich, 1966

Annemarie Heinrich

Tanya Habjouqa (Jordanie, Jordania) Singles, Circassian in Amman © Tanya Habjouqa Léa Habourdin (France) Succomber © Léa Habourdin Avec son aimable autorisation. By kind permission of the author.

Veraneando en la ciudad. Annemarie Heinrich: Una fotógrafa díscola | EL PAÍS Semanal | EL PAÍS

Una fotógrafa díscola

Annemarie Heinrich, Veraneando en la ciudad [Summer in the City], 1959

Tita Merello por Annemarie Heinrich

Tita Merello por Annemarie Heinrich

Annemarie Heinrich (1912-2005) was a German-born, naturalized Argentine photographer, who specialized in portraits & nudity. She is known for having photographed various celebrities of Argentine cinema; as well as other cultural personalities like Eva Perón. Heinrich moved to Argentina with her family in 1926, fleeing from the First World War, opened her first studio in Buenos Aires. Heinrich is considered one of Argentina's most important photographers

Annemarie Heinrich (1912-2005) was a German-born, naturalized Argentine photographer, who specialized in portraits & nudity. She is known for having photographed various celebrities of Argentine cinema; as well as other cultural personalities like Eva Perón. Heinrich moved to Argentina with her family in 1926, fleeing from the First World War, opened her first studio in Buenos Aires. Heinrich is considered one of Argentina's most important photographers

Annemarie Heinrich

Rescuing an Obscure Photographic Archive of Early 20th-Century Argentina

When German-born photographer Annemarie Heinrich opened her first studio in her adopted country of Argentina was experiencing a time of change from old cultural practices to industrialization.

Annemarie Heinrich | Botero de Posadas | 1946

Annemarie Heinrich | Botero de Posadas | 1946

Annemarie Heinrich. Gilda, 1953.

Untitled by Annemarie Heinrich on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection.

Annemarie Heinrich

Rescuing an Obscure Photographic Archive of Early 20th-Century Argentina

When German-born photographer Annemarie Heinrich opened her first studio in her adopted country of Argentina was experiencing a time of change from old cultural practices to industrialization.

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