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John Heartfield. New Chair at the German Universities. Photomontage for the 'Arbeiter-Illustrierte-Zeitung (AIZ)', Prague, August 31, 1933

John Heartfield - New Chair at the German Universities - Photomontage for the Arbeiter-Illustrierte-Zeitung (AIZ, Prague, August

John Heartfield    Through Light To Night    1933

Through Light To Night by John Heartfield. Commentary on Nazi book burnings. The image integrates external referents more smoothly, akin to the early collages by Victorian ladies. The message is no less political for it.

John Heartfield photomontage

19 June 1891 – 26 April was a pioneer in the use of art as a political weapon. His photomontages were anti-Nazi anti-Fascist statements.

John Heartfield, photomontage for Arbeiter Illustrierte Zeitung 16, “MIMIKRY” cover, April 1934

John Heartfield Berlin born John Heartfield was a star of the History of Photography. With Marinus ( Jacob Kjeldgaard , , Danish birth), in the he played masterfully.

john heartfield - Montage

The dada art movement has been fascinating to me since I first learned about it. I am very inspired by the artists of the dada period, namely Man Ray and .

The Extraordinary Anti-Nazi Photomontages of John Heartfield – Hitler Prepares to Kill the French Cockerel

The Extraordinary Anti-Nazi Photomontages of John Heartfield - Hitler Prepares to Kill the French Cockerel

Raoul Hausmann, Dada (Collage for the First International Dada Fair in Berlin), 1920

Self-portrait of the Dadasopher, collage-photomontage, 1920 by Raoul Hausmann (Austrian 1886 –

Erwin Blumenfeld (1897-1969), Dada, 1920, India ink and collage on typographical image, 26.1 x 20 cm, Jerusalem, The Israel Museum.

Erwin Blumenfeld Dada, India ink and collage on typographical image, x 20 cm, Jerusalem, The Israel Museum.

John Heartfield - Gefährliche Mitesser (Dangerous Dining Companions), gelatin silver print of photomontage, ca. 1930's / printed ca. 1950's

19 June 1891 – 26 April was an artist and a pioneer in the use of art as a political weapon.

John Heartfield "Die Rationalisierung marschiert! (Rationalization Is On The March!)" 1927

Rationalization is on the march - Der Knüppel - February, 1927 - Berlin, Germany

Hurrah, There's No Butter Left! john heartfield photomontage

““Hurray, There’s No Butter Left!”, by John Heartfield, 1935 ” Goering in his Hamburg speech: “Ore [iron] has always made an empire strong, butter and lard have only served to make people fat.

AIZ Cover of 1930. Fritz Thyssen controlling the puppet Adolf Hitler. Photomontage by John Heartfield.

John Heartfield_Photomontage_AIZ Cover of Fritz Thyssen controlling the puppet Adolf Hitler. Photomontage by John Heartfield.

John Heartfield, Esquisse pour affiche : “Fritz Thyssen joue avec le pantin Adolf Hitler”, 1933, photomontage.(C) BPK, Berl...

John Heartfield, Sketch for poster: "Fritz Thyssen puppet plays with Adolf Hitler" , 1933 photomontage.

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John Heartfield “Goering: Der Henker des Dritten Reichs,” 1933 (“Goering: The Executioner of the Third Reich”)

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