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August Sander: People of the 20th Century


In the 1920s, August Sander conceived of The People of the 20th Century, a seven-volume series that would encapsulate the face of the times, and to this project he dedicated the better part of his life. Focused on creating a general cross-section of the German population, Sander’s seven groups included “The Farmer,” “The Skilled Tradesman,” “The Woman,” “Classes and Professions,” “The Artists,” “The City,” and on the topic of age, illness, and death, “The Last People.”


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