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'Die Familie in der Generation', 1912

'Die Familie in der Generation', 1912

Mastroianni, Salvatori, Pisacane, Gassman, Totò sul set del film 'I soliti ignoti', Napoli 1958, photo Federico Garolla

Mastroianni, Salvatori, Pisacane, Gassman, Totò sul set del film 'I soliti ignoti', Napoli 1958, photo Federico Garolla

[Part-time students, Cologne (Werkstudenten, Köln)]; August Sander (German, 1876 - 1964); Germany; 1926; Gelatin silver print; 16.8 x 21.6 cm (6 5/8 x 8 1/2 in.); 84.XM.126.128; Copyright: © J. Paul Getty Trust

[Part-time students, Cologne (Werkstudenten, Köln)]; August Sander (German, 1876 - 1964); Germany; 1926; Gelatin silver print; 16.8 x 21.6 cm (6 5/8 x 8 1/2 in.); 84.XM.126.128; Copyright: © J. Paul Getty Trust

Farming Family 1912 by August Sander 1876-1964

Farming Family 1912 by August Sander 1876-1964

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Documenting "The Other Half": The Social Reform Photography of Jacob Riis and Lewis Hine

Documenting "The Other Half": The Social Reform Photography of Jacob Riis and Lewis Hine

August Sander. Bauernpaar – Zucht und Harmonie, 1912 © Die Photographische Sammlung/SK Stiftung Kultur – August Sander Archiv, Köln; VG Bild...

August Sander. Bauernpaar – Zucht und Harmonie, 1912 © Die Photographische Sammlung/SK Stiftung Kultur – August Sander Archiv, Köln; VG Bild...

Confidencias. Catedral. Barcelona, 1966 -Forcano

Confidencias. Catedral. Barcelona, 1966 -Forcano

August Sander. Farming Couple – Propriety and Harmony. 1912.

August Sander. Farming Couple – Propriety and Harmony. 1912.

"In the photograph, "Country Girls," 1925, two sturdy blond girls stand stiffly before the camera holding hands and wearing identical dark dresses and watches. It seems safe to assume they are sisters, so closely do they resemble each other in appearance, expression and manner. Indeed, their similarity and closeness is as disquieting as a Diane Arbus photograph, for their dark dresses visually give the impression of one large shape with two heads emerging from it."

"In the photograph, "Country Girls," 1925, two sturdy blond girls stand stiffly before the camera holding hands and wearing identical dark dresses and watches. It seems safe to assume they are sisters, so closely do they resemble each other in appearance, expression and manner. Indeed, their similarity and closeness is as disquieting as a Diane Arbus photograph, for their dark dresses visually give the impression of one large shape with two heads emerging from it."

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