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Jakob Tuggener by Jakob Tuggener

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Published by Scalo Publishers .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Individual photographers,
  • 20th century,
  • Photography,
  • Photo Essays,
  • Switzerland,
  • Individual Photographer

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages320
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9618074M
ISBN 103908247241
ISBN 109783908247241

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Jakob Tuggener: Books and Films. Factory conditions, country life and the glamour of high society were among the key themes of German photographer Jakob Tuggener (–88); he was also fascinated by railroads, ports, ships, car races and airshows. Published by Steidl/Fotostiftung Schweiz, Winterthur/Jakob Tuggener Foundation, Uster.   Jakob Tuggener's Fabrik, published in Zurich in , is a milestone in the history of the photography book. Its 72 images, in the expressionist aesthetic of a silent movie, impart a skeptical view of technological progress: at the time the Swiss military industry was producing weapons for World War II. Tuggener, who was born in , had an uncompromisingly critical . COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle . Jakob Tuggener - Fabrik Hardcover cloth bound with dustjacket including a loose blue sheet plate captions of the 95 black and white gravure plates. Introduction by Arnold Burgaurer. "Jakob Tuggener's Fabrik published in Zurich is milestone history photography book. Its 72 images expres, Rotapfel Verlag, , Erlenbach-Zürich.

'The Family of Man': An Epic Photo Book Revisited + − "Untitled" by Swiss photographer Jakob Tuggener, circa Jakob Tuggener-Foundation, Uster, Switzerland. Jakob Tuggener () is one of the exceptional figures in Swiss photography. His personal and highly expressive photographs of boisterous parties given by the upper social classes are legendary. His book Fabrik published in is regarded as a mile-stone in the history of the photobook. The exhibition “Machine Age” focuses mainly on his. Book cover, image sequence and layout follow the original book maquette designed by Jakob Tuggener in (facsimile edition). In , a first small edition (50 copies) was published, which went as a gift from the "Aargauer Kuratorium" . Jakob Tuggener's Fabrik, published in Zurich in , is a milestone in the history of the photography book. Its 72 images, in the expressionist aesthetic of a silent movie, impart a skeptical view of technological progress: at the time the Swiss military industry was producing weapons for World War II.

  The book accompanying the exhibition: Ball Nights with photographs by Jakob Tuggener, pages, illustrations, unaltered original edition, Scalo Verlag (Zurich/Berlin/New York), Duplex print, hard cover. There is also an illustrated catalogue brochure with texts by Ute Eskildsen and Martin Gasser, 32 pages. Jakob Tuggener’s Fabrik, published in Zurich in , is considered to be a milestone in the history of photography books. The series of 72 photographs in this Photo Epos of Technology is oriented toward the expressionist aesthetic of the silent movie. It imparts a sceptical.   Jakob Tuggener () is one of those exceptions in Swiss photography. His personal and highly expressive photographs of the boisterous parties in better social circles are legendary, and his book "Fabrik" of is regarded as a milestone in the history of the photobook. The exhibition "Machine Age" focuses on his photographs and films from the world . Jakob Tuggener’s key photographic motifs were conditions in the factory, simple life in the countryside and the glamour of high the same time Tuggener was fascinated by railroads, ports, ships, car races and airshows. Through photography he sought to capture all facets of modern life in a world between dark factories and glittering ballrooms.