HILDEGARD ROSENTHAL E ALICE BRILL, FOTOGRAFAS DE ALÉM-MAR: COSMOPOLITISMO E MODERNIDADE NOS OLHARES SOBRE SÃO PAULO; Coleção Entregeneros
São Paulo: Intermeios, 2020. b/w plates, ports., bibliographical references (p.125-133), pict. fldg. wrps. Item #115724
Yara Schreiber Dines redefines the importance of Hildegard Rosenthal and Alice Brill for the scope of photography, from a peculiar point of view, which denounces her own crossing and communion of strategies from anthropology, history, feminist studies and art history. CONTENTS: Prologo -- Hildegard Rosenthal and Alice Brill, photographers from overseas: anthropology, feminist studies and the history of art reviewing the path of two post-war artists / Thaddeus Chiarelli -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 - Hildegard Baum and Alice Brill, training and awakening of sensitivity: Among vanguards and shadows -- Chapter 2 - São Paulo in the imagery of Hildegard Rosenthal and by Alice Brill, modern immigrant photographers -- Chapter 3 - The Self Portrait and Hildegard's Alter Ego Rosenthal, in São Paulo, doubles in dialogue with the modern photography -- Final considerations -- Bibliography.