Updated Version from PhotoResearcher 17 (April 2012)
Christian Schad (1894-1982) created his first photograms in Geneva in 1918/1919. His friend, the Austrian writer Walter Serner, who was part of the Zürich Dada movement together with Tristan Tzara, gave them the name “Schadographs”. The book was published (only in German) on the occasion of the retrospective held in Miesbach, Bavaria (the place where Christian Schad was born) in 1999. It has been out of print for several years! The authors are: Arturo Schwarz, L. Fritz Gruber, Bettina Schad, Christian Schad, Nikolaus Schad and Anna Auer.
The proceedings of the Symposium in Mannheim 2003
Photography and Research in Austria
Uwe Schoegl – new President of the ESHPh
I have not yet had the honour or the pleasure to meet Uwe Schoegl, but I know and appreciate Anna for many years. So I put my trust in her judgment and support her proposal in favour of Uwe Schoegl.
Roger Coenen (founding member of the ESHPh), Saint-sévère-sur-Indre/F
Anna . . . Delighted to get the Newsletter. Given that the Society has also published two editions of PhotoResearcher this year, it can be seen to be doing very well.
Colin Ford (founding member of the ESHPh), Enfield/Middlesex/UK
Dr. Laurent Roosens, first ESHPh-President and Honorary member, and Professor Erich Lessing, member of the ESHPh advisory board, are both celebrating their 90th birthdays. On this occasion the ESHPh is sending out a special information bulletin in recognition of their great services to our society.
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