The Uncharted Surrealism of Photography at the Bauhaus complicates the oft-repeated, separate histories told of Surrealist photography and photography produced at the Bauhaus, devoid of intersection or overlap. It is the aim of Bauhaus/Dream House to draw connections between the parallel accounts of Bauhaus and Surrealist photography via a large-scale formal analysis. The dataset logs, documents, and stores metadata on 671 photographs reproduced between two canonical texts on the material: L’Amour fou: photography and surrealism from 1985, with essays by Rosalind Krauss, Jane Livingston, and Dawn Ades, and Photography at the Bauhaus, edited by Jeanine Fiedler for the Bauhaus-Archiv and published by MIT Press in 1990.
|Work Title||Bauhaus/Dream House|
|Subtitle||The Uncharted Surrealism of Photography at the Bauhaus|
|License||Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)|
|Deposited||November 29, 2017|
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