Brazilian Modernism 1940-1964

Photographs by José Medeiros, Thomaz Farkas, Marcel Gautherot, and Hans Gunter Flieg

Featuring the works of four selected photographers, this catalogue explores Brazil’s path to Modernism. The visual language deployed by Thomaz Farkas, Marcel Gautherot, José Medeiros and Hans Gunter Flieg draws on the advanced forms of the Neues Sehen (New Vision) movement of the 1920s and 1930s. Their reportage, photographic essays and exhibitions helped to popularise the cultural avant-garde. A photographic portrait of Brazil
- The birth of modern photography in Brazil, using the example of four renowned photographers
- Over 350 black-and-white photographs of factories and power stations, football and Carnival, indigenous tribes,
and modernist buildings in the new capital Brasília
- THE illustrated book for all Brazil fans and lovers of great photographic art
( 49.12CHF )
Brazilian Modernism 1940-1964

November 2013

ISBN 978-3-86678-885-5

24,00 × 29,00 cm

176 pages

351 duplex illustrations

Hardcover, bound, with dust jacket

Languages: German

by Ludger Derenthal and Samuel Titan   authors Sergio Burgi, Helouise Costa, Lorenzo Mammì, Samuel Titan graphic design Günter Karl Bose

exhibition: Modernism in Brazil 1940–1964. Photographs by José Medeiros, Thomaz Farkas, Marcel Gautherot and Hans Gunter Flieg from the Instituto Moreira Salles. Museum für Fotografie , 27 September 2013 to 27 April 2014