The question concerning the pictorial evidence of photography is as old as photography itself. The so-called pictorialism movement that oriented photography based on the rules and regulations of painting.
A new generation of photographers reflected again on the specific characteristics inherent to photography around 1920. The catalogue presents a special selection of circa 200 masterpieces of New Vision photography between New Objectivity and surrealist tendencies from 1920 to 1950 from the exceptional holdings of the Siegert Collection.
Publication to the exhibition at Museum Bellerive, 2016.