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Charlotte, North Carolina, March 22, 2022 / PRNewswire /-Writers, journalists, photographers, travelers, cosmopolitans, fashion icons Anne-Marie Schwarzenbach (1908-1942) was one of the most dazzling and contradictory figures in Swiss contemporary cultural history. Consumed by Wanderlust, the desire for social progress, and adventurous spirit, Schwarzenbach has traveled extensively. Europe, Central AsiaCentral and North Africa, and United States of America Between 1933 and his death in 1942. Schwarzenbach considered himself primarily a writer, Switzerland..Her work as a journalist, coupled with her upper class career and her position as the wife of a French diplomat Claude Clarack During that period, she was given extraordinary freedom of movement.
Anne-Marie Schwarzenbach: Departure without destination, Announced in collaboration with Zentrum Paul Klee Bern, SwitzerlandThis is the first major retrospective exhibition dedicated to the photography of Anne-Marie Schwarzenbach.. Bechtler Museum of Modern Art presents US premiere of Schwarzenbach’s work April 2 – – June 19, 2022..Curated by Martin Waldmeier In this exhibition, along with Zentrum Paul Klee, archive materials, films, and Anne-Marie SchwarzenbachHeld at the Swiss Literature Archive Bern, Switzerland..
Schwarzenbach was born in 1908 to the wealthy Schwarzenbach-Ville family. Zurich An industrialist, graduated with a degree in history Zurich When Paris..Because of her political and sexual orientation, she turned her back on her conservative family and established a connection with the diaspora of German literature, especially her brothers. Klaus and Erica Man.. She lived in 1931 Berlin After the national socialists seized power before moving Spain, Russia When IranShe published the writing of prose and journalism.
Despite years of struggle against drug addiction, during the 1930s Schwarzenbach established himself as a travel and journalist.On a joint trip with women writers and photographers like Ella Mayard, Marianne Breathlauer When Erica ManShe turned her attention to social and political themes, including the rise of Nazism, the movement of workers United States of America, The result of modernization and the role of women in society. Her photographs, however, also reveal her longing for foreign countries and travel poems. About 300 articles by Schwarzenbach have been published in Swiss magazines and newspapers throughout her life. Since 1933, these articles have been increasingly accompanied by pictures of herself, but most of her pictures of her Schwarzenbach remain unpublished until her death at the age of 34. did.
When her literary work was rediscovered in the 1980s, Schwarzenbach became famous as a writer, a female pioneer, and a gay icon. The fashion sense that bends her gender and her lifestyle Claire Wight Kellers Fashion House Givenchy Spring / Summer 2019 line.
It was only recently that Schwarzenbach’s contributions to photography were recognized. Her images and writings are inextricably intertwined, recording the turmoil, tensions and conflicts leading up to World War II. Her photographs of her Schwarzenbach also convey private themes such as her life in exile, her quest for identity, homosexuality, and her desire to go beyond traditional gender roles. But above all, her photographs show Schwarzenbach’s unrestricted passion for her journey, and her quest for an encounter with her unknown “destinationless departure” as an existential experience. I am. The title of the exhibition, “Departure without a destination,” Anne-Marie Schwarzenbach, It was characterized by great restlessness, homelessness, blame, departure, and a quest for hope abroad. These themes run her writings and photographic works like a thread, linking her work to contemporary literary traditions.
“”Anne-Marie Schwarzenbach As a writer, journalist and photographer, I was versatile at a time when women were rarely represented in these areas, “said the Managing Director of the Vector Museum of Contemporary Art. Todd D. Smith.. “The dialogue between Schwarzenbach’s texts and photographs opens our eyes to the turmoil and conflict of the 1930s. At the same time, Schwarzenbach’s documentary perspective is poetic and surprisingly contemporary. Explore the theme in a way. “
The exhibition is divided into six chapters featuring Schwarzenbach’s work. love of Europe address Anne-Marie Schwarzenbach’s First year as a photojournalist and her journey EuropeReveals the cosmopolitan attitude of Schwarzenbach. Happy Valley Follow Schwarzenbach’s famous car journey Middle East When Central Asia..She traveled to 4 times TurkeyWith Palestine Syria, Iraq When IranAnd as long as Afghanistan When India.. She wrote her most famous literary work, Happy ValleyIn Iran. Intercontinental It has intermediate locations such as streets, harbors, ship decks, etc., which are temporary community locations, as well as a stage for farewells and new beginnings. Travel to America Dealing with her trip United States of America In 1936-1938 Schwarzenbach enthusiastically worked on a new understanding of politically committed photography and encountered a society still deeply marked by the economic crisis since 1929. Unemployment, drought poverty, decline of the cotton industry-her focus explores not only the differences between the American system and the rich and the poor, but also the widespread misery of the African-American population in the southern states. New earth He addresses her vague views on the relationship between nature and culture in the context of mechanization and industrialization. Minor encounterTalks about the people she met while traveling and provides a personal view of her circle of friends.
Anne-Marie Schwarzenbach: Departure without destination Infusion Fund and its generous donors, and Charlotte city Carolina Foundation. Additional sponsorship provided by Bell Capital, Brighthouse Financial, and Troist, along with additional support provided by the North Carolina Arts Council and the Arts Council.
About the Vector Museum of Modern Art
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art Southern United States Dedicated to European and American contemporary art and its heritage. Capturing the amazing times of art history from the Zurich-based collection of the Vectorer family, the Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art includes the works of Alexander Calder, Le Corbusier, Edgar Degas, Max and other of the most important and influential figures of modernism. is included. Ernst, Alberto Giacometti, Barbara Hepworth, Jasper Johns, Paul Klee, Alfred Manesier, Joan Miró, Kenneth Noland, Pablo Picasso, Bridget Riley, Nicholas Destal, Andy Warhol And the wealth of other 20th century celebrities.Museum designed by Swiss architects Mario BottaHighlights the iconic features of Niki de Saint Phalle Le Grand Oiseau de Feu sur l’Arche In the square at the entrance. Located in the heart of Uptown, Bechtler is a light-filled community space created to inspire and attract both first-time visitors and long-term supporters.
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