Galerie Berinson presents a large exhibition with works by the important but somewhat forgotten photographer Ilse Bing featuring more than 30 vintage prints from the 1930s to 50s, her time in Paris and New York. Ilse Bing was an notable photojournalist and commercial photographer of her time. She is known for her pioneering photographic techniques, and for being among the first to use electronic flash and to experiment with solarization technology. She focused on details and unusual perspectives. Born to a wealthy merchant family Bing first studied mathematics and physics in Frankfurt, later art history at the Kunsthistorisches Institut in […]
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