Here are the works of three photographers from Germany who, driven by the violent wind of history, exiled themselves in the late 1930s to South America. They had previously followed a photographic training in the climate of intellectual and artistic fervor that accompanied the Weimar Republic: while one attended the legendary Bauhaus school, the other two enrich their experience in the studio of Paul Wolff – whose name is closely associated with the famous brand Leica -. Then they began to work in different European cities: Frankfurt, Berlin, Paris and London. But when anti-Semitism and war made life and work […]
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