Hannah Höch

Hannah Höch (1889—1972) is the most important female artist of the Modernist period in Germany. Her work centres around the dadaistic principle of photomontage which she developed, together with Raoul Hausmann, in the early years of the 20th century. Without subscribing to a canon of form as a fixed program, she opened up new and unnerving worlds of images through the manifold combination of contradictory sequences, formed of cutouts from magazines, brochures and photographs. Her criticism of the political situation and gender roles is subtly cloaked in hallucinatory plant representations and grotesque scenes of absurd hybrid beings.

Books available by this artist

 
ISBN 978-3-941644-84-7-CHS
EUR 130,00
 
ISBN 978-3-941644-84-7-LTD6
EUR 130,00
 
ISBN 978-3-941644-84-7-LTD5
EUR 130,00
 
ISBN 978-3-941644-84-7-LTD4
EUR 130,00
 
ISBN 978-3-941644-84-7
EUR 38,00
 
ISBN 978-3-941644-13-7
EUR 24,00
 
ISBN 978-3-908175-35-3-LTD
EUR 100,00