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Katharina Sieverding

Art and Capital

This book presents an overview of the long career of German photographer Katharina Sieverding, celebrated internationally for her use of unusual pictorial invention and innovative media-based practice that helped to revive the artistic potential of photography. Designed largely by Sieverding herself, this book presents forty-two groups of works from 1967 to 2017, including her greatly enlarged portraits in film and photographs, large-format montages on the state of the world from the 1970s, installation photos, self-portraits, and more. The resulting book presents an artist of great range, sensitivity, and expression, always pushing the medium of photography in new directions and towards new discoveries.

256 pages | 300 color plates | 9 1/2 x 11

Art: Photography

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