What is the Dusseldorf school of photography?
Dusseldorf School of Photography is the name for the photographers who studied under Bernd and Hiller Beecher at the Kunstakademie Dusseldorf during the 1970s. This group was devoted to the black and white industrial images of the German tradition called New Objectivity.Artwork by Bernd & Hilla Becher
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ARTWORKS RELATED TO DUSSELDORF SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Tripe_12 (Seeringham, Munduppum inside gateway), 2018
Tripe_08 (Pugahm Myo. Thapinyu Pagoda), 2018
Limited Edition Print
An Intaglio printmaking art technique. Marks capable of holding dye or ink are made on the plate by the artist then passed trough a press together with a paper, resulting in transfer of the held ink to the sheet of paper. Depending on the technique, the process can be repeated for a number of times. It uses application of mordant to a metal plate just like etching.
Instant print produced using a Polaroid camera whose degree of plane polarization is very high for light that passes through it. Such a camera produces a finished print as soon as there is an exposure because of its high internal processing speed. Polaroid prints can also be used to mean instant photographs and films.