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Jakob Tuggener: Fabrik: A Photo Epos of Technology (Hardcover)

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Hardcover. Jakob Tuggeners: Fabrik, published in Erlenbach, Zurich in 1943, is considered to be a milestone in the history of photography books. The series of seventy-two photographs in this Photo Ep.Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 62 pages. 0.862. Bookseller Inventory # 9783865214935

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Jakob Tuggener's Fabrik, published in Zurich in 1943, is a milestone in the history of the photography book. Its 72 images, in the expressionist aesthetic of a silent movie, impart a skeptical view of technological progress: at the time the Swiss military industry was producing weapons for World War II. Tuggener, who was born in 1904, had an uncompromisingly critical view of the military-industrial complex that did not suit his era. His images of rural life and high-society parties had been easy to sell, but Fabrik found no publisher. And when the book did come out, it was not a commercial success. Copies were sold at a loss and some are believed to have been pulped. Now this seminal work, which has since become a sought-after classic, is being reissued with a contemporary afterword. In his lifetime, Tuggener's work appeared--at Robert Frank's suggestion--in Edward Steichen's Post-War European Photography and in The Museum of Modern Art's seminal exhibition, The Family of Man, in whose catalogue it remains in print. Tuggener's death in 1988 left an immense catalogue of his life's work, much of which has yet to be shown: more than 60 maquettes, thousands of photographs, drawings, watercolors, oil paintings and silent films.

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