Grete Stern. Self Portrait, 1943.

Grete Stern. Self Portrait, 1943.

Grete Stern | Mírame y sé color                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Grete Stern

Grete Stern | Mírame y sé color More

Grete Stern | Mírame y sé color

Grete Stern

Grete Stern | Mírame y sé color

Grete Stern

Grete Stern

Grete Stern | Mírame y sé color

Grete Stern

Grete Stern | Mírame y sé color

“El ojo eterno” (1950). Obra de Grete Stern (1904-1999). “The eternal eye” (1950). Work by Grete Stern (1904-1999).

“El ojo eterno” (1950). Obra de Grete Stern (1904-1999). “The eternal eye” (1950). Work by Grete Stern (1904-1999).

Photo by Grete Stern: "Dream No. 6: Untitled," (1948)....Surrealism

Grete Stern’s Interpretation of Dreams

Photo by Grete Stern: "Dream No. 6: Untitled," (1948)....Surrealism

Grete Stern. I would like to propose that the motivating semiotic principle behind Grete Stern's photomontages is the need to create a language for women's dreams; this language may be, in a first instance, sympathetic with the repression and oppres­sion of women, and in a second instance it may be critical of the pscyhoanalytic project with regard to women's experiences" [David William Foster, Arizona State Universit]

Grete Stern. I would like to propose that the motivating semiotic principle behind Grete Stern's photomontages is the need to create a language for women's dreams; this language may be, in a first instance, sympathetic with the repression and oppres­sion of women, and in a second instance it may be critical of the pscyhoanalytic project with regard to women's experiences" [David William Foster, Arizona State Universit]

Grete Stern: imágenes del goce femenino

Grete Stern: imágenes del goce femenino

By Grete Stern (1904-1999).

By Grete Stern (1904-1999).

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