Robert Mann Gallery presents until May 7th An Independent Vision, a photographic exhibition by Elisabeth Hase. Largely unknown outside of Germany, Hase was photographing during the time of the transition from the Weimar Republic to the Third Reich and through post-WWII Germany.
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