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Annelise Kretschmer – Entdeckungen Photographien 1922 bis 1975 - Sonderausstellung anlässlich der photokina 2016

  • 01_Kretschmer_Nina-1934.jpg

    © Annelise Kretschmer, Nina, 1943, Vintage, Silbergelatine-Abzug © Christiane von Königslöw

  • 02_Kretschmer_Kaktusfrau-1929.jpg

    © Annelise Kretschmer, Portrait einer jungen Frau, 1929, Reproduktion © Christiane von Königslöw

  • 03_Kretschmer_Sigmund Kretschmer-1927.jpg

    © Annelise Kretschmer, Sigmund Kretschmer, 1927, Vintage, Silbergelatine-Abzug © Christiane von Königslöw

  • 04_Kretschmer_Ellice Illiard-1930.jpg

    © Annelise Kretschmer, Ellice Illiard, Sängerin, 1930, Vintage, Silbergelatine-Abzug © Christiane von Königslöw

  • 05_Kretschmer_Treppe-1928.jpg

    © Annelise Kretschmer, Treppe zum Sacre Cœur, Paris, 1928, Silbergelatine-Abzug © Christiane von Königslöw

Due to her unconventional aesthetic concept, Annelise Kretschmer (1903–1987) is among the important female photographers of the late Weimar Republic. Although she was represented at the most significant exhibitions of that time with her earliest portraits her work gradually faded into obscurity during the 1930s. Now the Käthe Kollwitz Museum Köln is presenting more than 80 vintage prints, including discoveries from the 1950s and 60s that have never been shown before.


Käthe Kollwitz Museum Köln
Neumarkt 18-24
50667 Köln - Altstadt Nord

Annelise Kretschmer

16.09. – 27.11.2016

Festival opening hours

Tue – Fri 10h – 18 
Sat, Sun, holidays 11h – 18h


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