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Uwe Schögl: Moriz Nähr

Photographer of Viennese Modernism
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Exhibition – Leopold Museum, Vienna
24. 08.–29. 10. 2018
First Comprehensive Presentation of the Work of Moriz Nähr, Photographer of Viennese Modernism.

Catalogue to accompany the Exhibition:
Ed: Uwe Schögl, Hans Peter Wipplinger
ISBN 978 3 95004592 0 3
Editorial preview:
Moriz Nähr (1859–1945): The catalogue raisonné, edited by Uwe Schögl, is in preparation and will be published in the “Edition Klimt-Research” series of The Gustav Klimt | Wien 1900-Private Foundation, Vienna in autumn 2019.

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Die Brücke

Anna Auer: Die Wiener Galerie Die Bruecke – Ihr internationaler Weg zur Sammlung Fotografis, Passau 1999, illustrated, 243 pages (in German, introduction in English by Heinz K.Henisch).
Anna Auer & Werner Mraz in the gallery »Die Brücke«, 1970 © Werner Mraz

Anna Auer & Werner Mraz in the gallery »Die Brücke«, 1970 © Werner Mraz

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Anna Auer: The Forgotten Letters and Manuscripts.

Anna Auer: Die vergessenen Briefe und Schriften.
[The Forgotten Letters and Manuscripts.]
Niépce, Daguerre,Talbot, Vienna 1997
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ISBN: 3-901239-05-7
Book out of print!

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Anna Auer „The Forgotten Letters“ from 1997 is a compilation of 14 letters and 8 original manuscripts with an especially precious document: one page of the 17 pages draft of Joseph Gay-Lussac‘s speech in favor of photography, dated 30 July 1839.


Schadographien. Die Kraft des Lichts

schadographienChristian 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.

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