The pair, who were better known under their artistic pseudonyms, Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore, were collaborators in radically queered photography and photomontages
. They stood accused by the Nazi regime of having acted as "irregular soldiers," as Cahun writes, paraphrasing the accusations of the officer in charge, Oberst Sarmsen.
Or, kids could create digital photomontages
using Photoshop[R] or iPad apps.
Scientists around the world work over photomontage
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.
But whichever red, white and blue flag they're nodding to, one thing remains true from season to season: Charroin and Colin-Madan use drawing, painting and photomontage
for their handmade silkscreens, which are then transferred onto 51 square inches of fine silk.
These works and Heidi Fasnacht's panoramic photomontage
, "London Blitz" (2011), palpably situate the individual within our nuclear era, as if across from us in the mirror.
The other is a photomontage
which shows a naked woman menstruating in front of a group of toddlers.
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
A great deal of Heartfield's nuanced understanding of images is teased out by the didactic nature of the Wolfsonian's "Agitated Images: John Heartfield and German Photomontage
, 1920-1938" (organized by the Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles).
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.