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'Self-Portrait' Grete Stern (Photo: © 2015 Estate of Horacio Coppola/Courtesy The Museum of Modern Art, New York)

Grete Stern. Sueño nº 7: ¿Quién será?, de la serie “Los Sueños”, fotomontajes. Buenos Aires, 1949 (fuente: IVAM)

Grete Stern. Sueño nº 7: ¿Quién será?, de la serie “Los Sueños”, fotomontajes. Buenos Aires, 1949 (fuente: IVAM)

“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 - Hut und Handschuhe (Hat and Gloves), 1930

From Bauhaus to Buenos Aires: Grete Stern and Horacio Coppola, featuring the work of two leading avant-garde photographers, closes Sunday. Hut und Handschuhe (Hat and.

Mora (Buenos Aires) - Relatos modernos, centramientos y descentramientos de género: Los Sueños de Grete Stern en Idilio

Mora (Buenos Aires) - Relatos modernos, centramientos y descentramientos de género: Los Sueños de Grete Stern en Idilio

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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

Grete Stern. Culto evangélico. Inmediaciones de Napalpí, Chaco, 1964. Col. Matteo Goretti.

Grete Stern. Culto evangélico. Inmediaciones de Napalpí, Chaco, 1964. Col. Matteo Goretti.

theshipthatflew:Dents, Ringl and Pit (Grete Stern and Ellen Auerbach), ca. 1934, advertising still life for women’s gloves (source)

By Grete Stern (Ringl) and Ellen Auerbach (Pit), ca. (The duo employed visual strategies subversive to traditional conceptions of woman.They worked to question the artifice and masquerade of feminine identity.

Grete Stern - Los sueños de inexperiencia en Idilio N º 77, 9 de mayo, 1950

Dreams of Inexperience for Idilio Magazine by Grete Stern, 1950

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