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Für die Gesellschaft: Atelier Binder

Propaganda Mackenthun (ed.)

Published by Atelier Binder, Berlin, 1929
Condition: g+ to vg Soft cover

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Small Folio. unpaginated (52pp., 4 plates). Original illustrated wraps with black and white lettering on cover; protected in modern mylar. Full page advertisements on inside covers. Extraordinary catalog for the Atelier Binder, published after the death of Alexander Binder in February of 1929. Alexander Binder was one of the leading German-Jewish portrait photographers for luminaries. Binder had started his first photo-studio in 1913 in Berlin, specializing in advertising and portrait photography. After his death the studio was continued under the name Atelier Binder using the same logo and Binder's signature in the photographs. The catalog features four full page sepia-toned portraits on heavy paper stock of Benno v. Arnt, Evelyn Holt, Haidede (Marlene Dietrich's child), and Mrs. State Secretary Meißner. Next to various full-page b/w advertisements the catalog contains numerous b/w portraits of Kasimir Edschmid, Fürst Otto von Bismarck, Carl Zuckmayer, publisher Rudolf Ullstein, Dr. Carl von Siemens, Lil Dagover, Dr. Alfred Kerr, Sinclair Lewis, Pamela Wedekind, Countess Agnes Esterhazy, and others, with contributions by Edgar v. Schmidt-Pauli on the "Art of being Photographed" and Kasimir Edschmid on "French Women and Sport," as well as short contributions on photography including a Berliner Zeitung article of April 1928 announcing and commenting on the move and inaugural party at the new studio on the Kurfürstendamm. Text in German. Wrappers with light wear along edges, small crease at lower right corner of front cover, lightly rubbed and a one inch chip at the tail of the spine. Binding in overall good+, interior in very good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 38717

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Title: Für die Gesellschaft: Atelier Binder

Publisher: Atelier Binder, Berlin

Publication Date: 1929

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:g+ to vg

Edition: First edition.

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