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La Bohème

La Bohème

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Henri Murger described within his novel “La bohème” for the first time in history the life and struggle of poor artists within bourgeois society. This was the beginning of the romantic myth of the independent, anarchistic spirit and creative artist. In that context, photography played an important role, used by the artists for self-exposure and to document their working conditions and leisure. This book assembles daguerreotypes and photographs of painters, sculptures, writers and actors, portraits and group pictures, pictures of studio interiors and parties from the late Biedermeier over the Belle Epoque up to the 1920th. Text in German. Text in German. Published in 2010 by Steidl at the occasion of the exhibition at the Musem Ludwig in Koln. Text in german. The book is hardcover, new and sealed.

Photographer(s) :

Year :

2010

Topics :

  • Exhibition Catalogue

Language :

German

Editor :

Steidl

State :

perfectly Mint

Dustjacket state :

Without

Edition :

1st Edition

Binding :

Hard Cover, Originally without dustjacke

Size (in) :

9 x 11

Pages number :

400

Price :

30.00 €

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