Otto Steinert -Lamps of the Place de la Concorde III 1952 -' ‘Subjective Photography’, he wrote, ‘means humanised, individualised photography and implies the handling of a camera in order to win from the single object the views expressive of its character.’ http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/display/otto-steinert

Otto Steinert -Lamps of the Place de la Concorde III 1952 -' ‘Subjective Photography’, he wrote, ‘means humanised, individualised photography and implies the handling of a camera in order to win from the single object the views expressive of its character.’ http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/display/otto-steinert

Otto Steinert | Punkte und Linien  | Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg

Otto Steinert | Punkte und Linien | Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg

Artwork by Otto Steinert, Untitled (Étude), Made of Vintage. Gelatin silver print. Agfa Brovira paper

Artwork by Otto Steinert, Untitled (Étude), Made of Vintage. Gelatin silver print. Agfa Brovira paper

inneroptics:  “ Otto Steinert  ”

inneroptics: “ Otto Steinert ”

© Peter Keetman, 1958, Rohre (Pipes)  Peter Keetman was one of the founder-members of the Fotoform group in 1949 with Otto Steinert and others. His preference for black and white enhanced his strong designs, often based around the effects of light on the subject. #bwphotography #blackandwhite #art #1950s

© Peter Keetman, 1958, Rohre (Pipes) Peter Keetman was one of the founder-members of the Fotoform group in 1949 with Otto Steinert and others. His preference for black and white enhanced his strong designs, often based around the effects of light on the subject. #bwphotography #blackandwhite #art #1950s

Otto Steinert | Call, 1950 | The communities of avant-garde artists that had flourished in Europe during the 1920s and early '30s were all but destroyed by World War II. It was not until the late 1940s that an innovative style returned to photography in Germany, largely through the efforts of the medical-doctor-turned-photographer Otto Steinert, founder of the Subjective Photography movement.

Otto Steinert | Call, 1950 | The communities of avant-garde artists that had flourished in Europe during the 1920s and early '30s were all but destroyed by World War II. It was not until the late 1940s that an innovative style returned to photography in Germany, largely through the efforts of the medical-doctor-turned-photographer Otto Steinert, founder of the Subjective Photography movement.

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