Eli Lotar et le mouvement des images

Damarice Amao



Format/ソフトカバー   Pages/207   Size/160*210*13
This book is a biography collection of "Eli Rotar (1905-1969)" published by Damaris Amao, a French female curator and photographer at the Pompidou Center. Born in Paris, Eli Rotar, born in Romania, acquired French nationality in 1926. After that, he became a disciple of Germaine Krull, a female photographer from Germany who is famous for modern photographic works such as industrial machinery and buildings. Since then, he has been involved in various creations and exhibitions as a partner. In addition, he deepened his friendship with the poet Jack Prevale and became involved in surrealism, and from a depiction of mechanical aesthetics reminiscent of Kururu, he aimed for a visual effect focused only on people's feet in the city's hustle and bustle. He was a photographer who was active after the prewar days. A solo exhibition has been held at the Jeu de Paume National Museum in 2017 since the first major retrospective exhibition at the Pompidou Center in the mid-1990s. This book was published in the same year. The text is mainly in French, and some illustrations are also included.
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