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20th Century Photography: Museum Ludwig, Cologne (1997)

by Museum Ludwig (Corporate Author), Reinhold Misselbeck (Editor)

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All the usual suspects are here. This is not a True Compendium but it is a very good overview. It is a bit short on nature photography (I believe Ansel Adams was of that century), but has a good supply or most 20th century schools. ( )
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The 20th century in art began in 1907 with Picassos Led Demoiselles dAvignon. This work marked a breach with the past and one of the most important paths of research for the future.

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