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German statesman who as chancellor of West Germany worked to reduce tensions with eastern Europe (1913-1992)

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Pic credit: The Focus Gallery and the Bill Brandt Archive.
Emigres, too, such as the photographer Bill Brandt, are implicated in a national project that sought to demonstrate that 'the modern need not be at war with the past'.
Works will include Warren Blackham's View of Deritend, which shows Birmingham's livestock market, and photographs of working class life by Bill Brandt, Nick Hedges and Vanley Burke.
The show ends with posters and photographs, some of the latter as expressive as any painting in the show: just observe what Bill Brandt or Andre Kertesz does with the subject.
Nude photography took on radically new directions in the years leading up to and after World War II, personified by the distorted portraits of Andre Kertesz and Bill Brandt and Harry Callahan's "Eleanor" (1949), in which the model appears as a seed of white flesh floating in a sea of darkness.
It was taken in the 1930s by Bill Brandt, now regarded as one of Britain's greatest photographers.
Featuring home interiors that range from the grandly aristocratic to the simple ordinary, "Imagined Interiors" draws from a range of artists that includes Vermeer and Hogarth to Alfrided Hitchcock and Bill Brandt.
Prints are less expensive than paintings by a long ways," says member Bill Brandt, a retired Oregon State University professor who primarily collects prints of the American West but also has a good collection of Whistler.
There, under the tutelage of the legendary art director Alexey Brodovitch, he shot in the company of such photographers as Man Ray, Cartier-Bresson, Bill Brandt, and Brassai.
Bill Brandt A Life by Paul Delany (Pimlico, pounds 15)
Officials mentioned were National League publicity director Bill Brandt, Charley Drake of the Cubs, and park district baseball director Jack Sheehan.
Corcoran senior curator Philip Brookman's ninety-photograph exhibition focuses on these important transitional works, which go from a highly accomplished documentary style involving sharp contrasts in form and content (influenced especially by Bill Brandt and W.
4) Bill Brandt, Shadow of Light (London: The Bodley Head, 1966).
Among the public sector professionals joining DSI is John Filan, who will join DSI founder and president Bill Brandt as co-leaders of DSI Civic.
The diverse collection includes leading 20th and 21st-century photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Eve Arnold, Sergio Larrain, Bill Brandt, Martine Franck, Bruce Davidson and Martin Parr, through to emerging photographers such as Bieke Depoorter, Clementine Schneidermann and Diana Markosian.