Camera as Weapon

Camera as Weapon

Camera as Weapon
by Leah Ollman

"Camera as Weapon" takes a startling look at German culture and photography during the Weimar years. At this time, disaffected and working class laborers claimed the photographic domain. They were workers whose cameras became instruments of self-empowerment in the struggle for revolutionary change. This catalogue includes 79 pages of text balanced by corresponding images. Author and art critic, Leah Ollman, offers insight to this rich era of contradiction, cynicism, growth, and despair.


# of pages- 79; Item #- MP102; Year of publication: 1991