Like many of his contemporaries, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880 – 1938) was fascinated by the possibilities of photography and exploited them in various ways. In his work there is a noticeable interdependency of photography and visual arts that allows as to speak of an almost »photographic pictorial« conception.
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