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Marianne Breslauer was born on 20 November 1909 into a wealthy, art-interested family. She was the daughter of Dorothea Breslauer, née Lessing, and Alfred Breslauer and spent her childhood, adolescence and study years on Rheinbabenallee, Berlin, in a villa which was built by her father, a famous architect. Marianne Breslauer Estate/Fotostiftung Schweiz, 2009 The third and fourth photographers cited, Marianne Breslauer and Annemarie Schwarzenbach, were close friends, though not romantic partners. While Schwarzenbach was a lesbian (who entered into a lavender marriage of convenience with bisexual Achille-Claude Clarac in 1935), Breslauer appears to
The photography of Marianne Breslauer is striking for both its intimacy and its subjects—women, usually of the sleek, chic and gender-bending variety, posed to optimum androgynous elegance. A bohemian Berliner by birth, Breslauer studied under Man Ray for a time in Paris and achieved some commercial success before returning home to an increasingly volatile Germany. As a Jewish artist working (Marianne Breslauer) In 1939, two women in a Ford roadster were barreling down the dusty, desolate Northern Road that connects Afghanistan to the rest of the world. Annemarie Schwarzenbach and Ella Maillart, the first women known to travel the road alone, had driven all the way from Switzerland.
Marianne Breslauer (married surname Feilchenfeldt, 20 November 1909 – 7 February 2001) was a German photographer, photojournalist and pioneer of street photography during the Weimar Republic. Wikidata Q90927 4 Annemarie Schwarzenbach, Berlín 1932 Marianne Breslauer 5 Sín titulo, (Annemarie Schwarzenbach con su coche rodeada de pastores) 1933 Marianne Breslauer 6 Colegiala, Gerona, 1933 Marianne ...
Marianne Breslauer, Berlin. 51 likes. Marianne Breslauer (married surname Feilchenfeldt, 20 November 1909 – 7 February 2001) was a German photographer during the Weimar Republic. Marianne was born... La fotógrafa alemana Marianne Breslauer retrató en 1933 a una colegiala de Girona a quien ahora se intenta identificar a raiz de la exposición de su foto en el MNAC
Marianne Breslauer, who visited this exhibition at the age of 16, would later write that it inspired her to become a photographer.