CAUGHT: THE ART OF PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE GERMAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC:
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997. First edition. 8vo., xi, 305 pp., nearly 150 b&w photographs. A fine copy in dust jacket. Item #27726
"Behind the Iron Curtain, against all odds, photography flourished as an art in the German Democratic Republic. The many images in this volume amply demonstrate that fact while also providing an illustrated social history of people 'caught' in the conflicting dictates of ideology, artistic oppression, a troubled national past, and basic human desires." (jacket).
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