Karl Hubbuch und das Neue Sehen

Karl Hubbuch und das Neue Sehen
Photographs, Paintings, Drawings 1925-1935
A New Objectivity Verist like Beckmann, Grosz, and Dix and best known for his drawings of portraits and social allegories, Karl Hubbuch’s photographic work is yet to be discovered. Focusing on the individual and his social existence, Hubbuch’s pictures present highly sensitive portraits, often using his wife as a prototype of the confident New Woman.
Schirmer/Mosel. Edited by Ulrich Pohlmann and Karin Koschkar. With text by Rudolf Scheutle, Sylvia Bieber and the editors. 212 pages, 196 colour and duotone plates. Size: 24 x 30 cm, hardcover. German edition.

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