The pair, who were better known under their artistic pseudonyms, Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore, were collaborators in radically queered photography and photomontages
One is a method of photomontage
detecting, based on the analysis of singular numbers of the matrix DI units.
Of course, as Lavin goes on to explain, there is a lot more complexity to be teased out of these photomontages
In her pioneering collages and characteristic photomontages
, she brought her acute observation to bear on the complexities of industry, technology, entertainment, media, gender and race.
Biro employs this section to make the case that these other media subtend the development of the image of the cyborg in their photomontages
Chen's specific accomplishments and an interview with the young executive are highlighted in Glass Magazine's print and online articles along with his biography and a photomontage
There are also efforts to place Heartfield and German photomontage
historically, somewhere between the production of Soviet contemporaries like El Lissitzky, Gustav Klutsis, and Rodchenko, and the nineteenth-century work of Honore Daumier.
was pioneered as a technique for radical art in Central Europe in early 1919, and it flourished there through the end of World War II.
His distinctive photomontage
style has been applied to countless posters for movements and events associated with peace, anti-imperialism and socialism.
In the last room Shearer turns from photomontage
to painting in what is apparently the most recent development in his work.
But almost in private Brandt developed a different art form, photomontage
, which had been pioneered by Moholy-Nagy in mainly geometric and abstract Constructivist mode.
A handsome photomontage
of a complex life, Mattern's biography follows Diana from childhood and kindergarten teaching to royal princess.