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The History of European Photography, 掲載写真家リスト(list of photographers)

The History of European Photography, 1900-1938:758名
The History of European Photography, 1939-1969:854名

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Karin Bareman (b. 1982) is exhibitions and projects organiser at Autograph ABP as well as an independent writer, moderator and curator in photography based in London.
Her articles have appeared in Camera Austria Magazine, Foam Magazine, Unseen Magazine, Of the Afternoon Magazine, EXTRA Magazine and have been published on American Suburb X, Photoworks, and Potaatoo.
She previously worked as assistant curator at Foam, the photography museum in Amsterdam.
In 2016 she was awarded the Transfer North Fellowship for a residency at the Photographic Centre, Oulu Finland, and in 2015 the Milton Rogovin
Research Fellowship from the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson, Arizona for her forthcoming research into the photographic representation of Appalachia.
She obtained an MA in Cultural Anthropology from the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam and a subsequent MA in Visual Anthropology from the University of Manchester.

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Peeter Linnap (b. 1960) is a theorist and historian of visual culture and photography.
Full time professor and photography department leader of Tartu Art College, Estonia.
As a researcher his articles have been published by Springer, Intellect ao academic publishers.
As an artist his work has been shown in Europe, U.S and Latin America.
Linnap is a member of IAVS/AISV, AICA, FIPRESCI, Estonian Semiotic Society ao organizations.
As a curator he has produced Saaremaa Biennials (1992, 1995 and 1997) and touring shows of contemporary Baltic photography „Borderlands" 1993 (UK), „Out of the Shadow" 1998 USA.

Elina Heikka (b. 1959) is Museum Director at The Finnish Museum of Photography in Helsinki .
She was editor and editor-in-chief in Valokuva – Finnish Photography magazine from 1994 to1998.
After that she worked as a researcher at the Finnish Museum of Photography and as a special researcher at the National Gallery / Central Art Archives from 2001 to 2007.
She has published widely on contemporary photography, history of Finnish photography and visual culture.

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Anna-Kaisa Rastenberger, PhD, (b. 1971) is a Professor of Exhibition Studies and Spatiality at the Academy of Fine Arts of the University of the Arts Helsinki.
2009–2016 she has worked as the Chief Curator at The Finnish Museum of Photography.
Rastenberger is an artistic director and co-founder of 'The Festival of Political Photography'. Previously she was engaged as a researcher in the Academy of Finland's project (2005–2009).
She worked as an educational curator at The Helsinki Art Museum (2002–2005) and the editor-in-chief of KUVA – the magazine of visual culture (1998–2000).
Her special interests are new forms of photography as contemporary art, exhibition as critical practice, art and society, feminism and digital environments.

Pierre-Jean Amar (b. 1947) is a Frrench photographer.
He committed his first 15 years of his work to landscapes, still life and interios and later he started making portraits and female nudes, publishing a book in
1990 entitled "Nudes". Parallel to his career as a photographer, for the past 18 years, he has taught the History of Photography at the University of Provence.
He has edited numerous books on the subject and also organised training courses, workshops and conferences in the art of photography.
At the moment he is working on a book of memories about Les Rencontres d'Arles since 1974 to 1990.
Since 1965, he has presented his work at over 150 exhibitions in France and abroad.

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T. O. Immisch (b. 1953) has run the collection of photographs at the Kunstmuseum Moritzburg in Halle (Saale) since 1987.
He studied psychology and art history in Berlin and Halle.
He has written and edited publications on New Vision photography, GDR photography and contemporary international photo art.

Boris von Brauchitsch (b. 1963) is a photographer, art historian and curator.
He is the author of biographies (Leonardo, Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Lesser Ury, Gabriele Münter), fiction (Alles wahr, Im tiefen Tal der Todeskralle,
documentale) and essays on photography (9, I don't like white, Kleine Geschichte der Fotografie).

Colin Pantall (b. 1963) is a writer, lecturer and photographer based in Bath, England.
His photographic work focusses on his immediate domestic environment.
He writes for a range of publications and organisations including Photo-Eye, The British Journal of Photography, Foam, and Magnum Photos, and writes for his blog, Colin Pantall's Blog.
He is also on the editorial and artistic committees of Photobook Bristol and Gazebook Sicily Festivals.
Pantall currently works as a Senior Lecturer on the Documentary Photography Course at the University of South Wales in Cardiff.

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Costis Antoniadis (b. 1949) studied Physics and subsequently photography at the Institut Francais de la Photographie in Paris.
He is a founding member of the Photography Centre of Athens and in 1985 was appointed Professor at the Department of Photography at TEI Athens.
For many years, he has been working as curator and organizer of numerous exhibitions.
In 2003 he was appointed as Director of the Museum of Photography at Thessalonica.
He also exhibits in Greece and abroad, and many of his works feature in individual and national collections.

Gabriella Csizek after completing her studies in art theory and cultural anthropology, started working for the Hungarian Museum of Photography.
Currently she is the curator of the Hungarian House of Photography.
Her main field of interest is contemporary photography and the connecting interdisciplinary areas.
Csizek participates in the selection and editing of photographic material for exhibitions and books, and her name is closely associated with the "Folyamatos Jelen" ("Continuous Present") exhibition and catalogue series.

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Kata Balázs (b. 1981) graduated in Art History and Hungarian Literature and Linguistics at Eötvös Lorand University, Budapest.
She studied and conducted various research projects in Poland, the United Kingdom and Italy.
Her main interest is Modern and Contemporary Art as well as Photography.
Currently she is working on her PhD.

Æsa Sigurjónsdóttir (b. 1959) is an Associate Professor in art theory and visual culture at the University of Iceland and a curator based in Paris and Reykjavik.
She has organized and participated in numerous national and international curatorial projects with Icelandic and European institutions.
Her most recent publications comprise of a number of solo articles and co-authored books and chapters, including "New Maps for Networks: Reykjavik FLUXUS– A Case of Connections.
" In Martha Langford (eds.) Narratives Unfolding: National Art Histories in an Unfinished World. Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press (2016); "Outsides and insides of the exhibition Trout Fishing in America and Other stories.
" In Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson, You Must Carry Me Now- The Cultural Lives of Endangered Species. Phoenix: Arizona State University Art Museum (2015).

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Justin Carville (b. 1970) is Lecturer in Historical & Theoretical Studies in Photography and is Chair of the Photography Programme at the Institute of Art, Design & Technology, Dun Laoghaire.
He is a former Government of Ireland Research Fellow in the Humanities and Social Sciences and is the author of Photography & Ireland (Reaktion: 2011)
and Visualizing Dublin: Visual Culture, Modernity and the Representation of Urban Space (Peter Lang, 2013).

Gigliola Foschi (b. 1951) lives and works in Milan (Italy).
She is an art critic and historian of photography.
For 15 years she has written for the cultural pages of the daily "L'Unità" and she has collaborated with various magazines
such as "Camera Austria","Photo Italia", "Zoom", "Abitare", "Gente di Fotografia".
She is teacher of History of Photography at the Istituto Italiano di Fotografia in Milan and member of the MIA (Milan Image Art Fair) advisory committee.
As an indipendent curator she has organized several exhibitions and she has collaborated for the Modern Art Gallery Collection Lercaro (Bologna);
the Gallery San Fedele (Milano); the European Photographic Festival (Reggio Emilia).
She has also written texts for several catalogue and books.
Her latest book is: Fotografie del silenzio. Forme inquiete del vedere (Pictures of Silence. Restless ways of seeing), Mimesis, Milano, 2015.

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Alise Tifentale (b. ) is art and photography historian and PhD candidate in art history at the Graduate Center, City University of New York.
Tifentale is the author of Photography as Art in Latvia, 1960-1969 (2011) and co-curator of the Pavilion of Latvia at the 55th Venice Art Biennale (2013).
She is the founder and editor-in-chief of photography magazine Foto Kvartals (2006-2010).
Her articles have appeared in journals such as Networking Knowledge, CAA.Reviews, Art Margins, Russian Art & Culture, and others.
Tifentale is a co-author of research projects about photography in social media such as Selfiecity (2014) and The Exceptional and the Everyday: 144 hours in Kyiv (2014).

Agnė Narušytė (b.1970), is an art critic and historian of photography, Head of the Art History and Theory Department at the Vilnius Academy of Arts, curator and researcher of contemporary photography.

Margarita Matulytė (b.1961) is a historian of photography and expert, Curator and Researcher of the Historical Photography Collection at the Lithuanian Art Museum,
Lecturer of Visual Journalism at The Institute of Journalism of Vilnius University.

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Paul di Felice (b. 1953) lives and works in Luxembourg.
Doctor of Visual Arts, Paul di Felice is Senior Lecturer in Art History and Art Pedagogy and Deputy Head of the Institute of Romance Studies, Media and Arts at the University of Luxembourg.
His field of research is re-presentation and de-construction in contemporary photography.
He also works as an art critic and as an independent curator of international contemporary photography exhibitions.
He is an active member of AICA and co-organizes the European Month of Photography in Luxembourg.
Since 1984, he is co-editor and co-publisher of Café-Crème edition, an international art and photography magazine and edition.
He has been frequently invited as a curator to international photography meetings and as a jury member for exhibitions and contemporary art biennials.
Since 2016, he is Vice-President of the Administration Board of Mudam (Museum of Modern Art Luxembourg).

Françoise Poos (b. 1964) holds a Ph.D. in Visual Culture from De Montfort University, Leicester (UK).
Her particular focus is on photography, archives and museums, memory and identity.
She is a reseacrh associate at the University of Luxembourg and currently investigates the role of photography in promoting the image of the steel industry
in Luxembourg and in shaping the country's identity in the framework of the research project Fabricating Modern Societies: Industries of Reform as Educational Responses to Societal Changes.

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Tudor Stavila is the Director of the Study Center of Arts of Institute of Cultural Heritage of Academy of Sciences of Moldova.
He presented the art from Moldova in Kiev (1998), Bucharest (2002, 2005.2009, 2010, 2011), Cluj (2002, 2003), Alba Iulia (2002) Strasbourg (2001), Osnabrück (2005).
he is the author of published about 120 scientific publications in Chisinau, Moscow, Bucharest and Cluj, Strasbourg, Osnabruk and Sofia covered issues of history and theory of medieval and modern arts in Moldova and its interference with European arts.
Coordinates activities within the PhD ASM 7 doctoral thesis arguing in arts specialty - Visual Arts.
The author of 12 monographs on national arts and interference with regional and European art.

Christine Hansen (b. 1969) is a Norwegian photographer and art historian (PhD).
She is the author of numerous articles on photography's role in contemporary art, realism and documentary.
In addition to an active career as artist she has recently curated the exhibitions Crystals of Dust.
An Exhibition about dementia and Alzheimer at Gallery F15 (2015) and Slow Pictures.
Photography in Contemporary art at Lillehammer Art Museum (2016).
Hansen is artistic research leader and associate professor in photography at Bergen Academy of Art and Design.

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Sigrid Lien (b. 1958) is professor in art history and photography studies at the University of Bergen, Norway.
Project leader for the Norwegian team in the HERA-project PhotoClec (Museums, Colonial past and Photography) 2010-2012, head of "Negotiating History: Photography in Sámi Culture»,
funded by the Norwegian Research Council (2014-2017).
Has published extensively on nineteenth century as well as modern and contemporary photography in a Norwegian context.

Adam Mazur Phd (b.1977) assistant professor at the Artistic University in Poznan.
In years 2002-2013 worked at the Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw and curated several exhibitions such as "New Documentary" (2006), "Red-Eye Effect" (2008), "Missing Documents.
Photographs of Polish Transformation After 1989" (2012) to list only major group shows.
Published books "Histories of Photography in Poland 1839-2009" (2010), "New Phenomena in Polish Photography after 2000" (2012), "Depth of Field. Essays on Polish Photography After 1945" (2014).

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Emilia Tavares (b.1964) is a senior curator (photography and new media) at the National Museum of Contemporary Art- Museu do Chiado, Lisbon,
as well as a researcher and art critic. MA in Art History (Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities at the University Nova of Lisbon.
She was published several studies about Portuguese photography and visual culture, and as curator have produced several exhibitions, including the Portuguese representation at Photo España Festival (2009 and 2010)
She publishes regularly in specialized newspapers, magazines and catalogues, and frequently gives lectures in cultural and educational institutions.

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Ruxandra Balaci (b.1965) is an art critic and curator.
From 2002 to 2014 she is the founder Artistic Director of the Museum of Contemporay Art/MNAC in Bucharest. Former founder and Head Department
Contemporary Art at the National Museum of Art in Bucharest (1995-2000), co-director of Artelier magazine Bucharest(1998-2004) and co-founder and Director of GAD photogallery (1992-2002).
She contributes to international catalogues, curated more than 50 exhibitions and publication on visual culture.
She was the curator for "Bucharest nach 89" – Ludwig Forum Aachen, 1996; commissioner of the Romanian pavilion at the 49 Biennale di Venezia,
2001 and co-curator in In Den Schluchten des Balkans – 2003, Fridericianum, Kassel; Transit Project-NOW Here Europe - Fondazione Olivetti/51 Biennale di Venezia, 2005.
Currently writing books: "My subjective memories over arts and facts." and "Romanian contemporary Photography and the Visual Arts".

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Evgeny Berezner (b.1951) is the Head of the PhotoVisa International Photo Festival in Krasnodar.
Since 2003 he has been Deputy Director in charge of Photographic and Multimedia Projects of Moscow Museum of Modern Art.
Since 2008 he has been Deputy Director General in charge of Photographic and Multimedia Projects of ROSIZO State Museum and Exhibition Centre of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation.
Since 2011 he has been the Head of Project "In Support for Photography in Russia", IRIS Foundation, Moscow.
He has published in Russian and foreign magazines, photography album and books.
He has curated over 250 exhibitions of contemporary and classical Russian and foreign photography held in Russia and other countries and is one of
the three Russian curators of the main exhibition program of International Biennial of Photography FotoFest 2012 in Houston, Texas, USA.

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Irina Сhmyreva (b.1974), PhD., is the head researcher in State Institute for Theory and History of Fine Arts of the Russian Academy of Arts in Moscow.
She is also co-founder and art-director of PhotoVisa, the International Festival of Photography in Krasnodar region (www.photovisa.ru).
She is very influenced writer on history of Russian photography, since 2007 she has a monthly column in FOTO&video magazine in Russia, she is an author of
the book of Essays on Russian photography of 20th century, she is also writer and photo-editor of such books as Assembling Reality.
Two Ways of Life by Rejlander, The Photographic History.
Photo heritage from Russian State Archive of Literature and Arts and many others.
As a curator she shown dozens of exhibitions of Russian photography, old and contemporary, at FotoFest in Houston, Month of Photography in Bratislava, in art institutions of Europe, Asia, Australia and both American continents.
She collaborates with Evgeny Berezner since 1999.

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Ivan Manojlović (1978) is a curator and art historian.
He is working as a curator of technical and cinematography collection at the Museum of Yugoslav history in Belgrade since 2008.
He is author, co-author and project manager of numerous projects and exhibitions focusing on the topics of contemporary photography,
history, popular culture, culture of remembrance and reinterpretation of cultural heritage of socialist Yugoslavia: Design for a New World (2015),
Red kiosk K67 (2015), Dissonant Heritage (2014), Design Center Belgrade (2013), Technology to the People (2012), The Last Young Yugoslavs (2011), Tito photo (2010).
Ivan was also organizer and coordinator of all program activities in Museum of Yugoslav History in the period 2008-2013.
In 2009 and 2014 he was a member of team for development of Strategic plan of Museum of Yugoslav History.

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Václav Macek (b. 1952) is a professor at the Film Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava.
He is the Head of FOTOFO Foundation and the Central European House of Photography and the Director of annual photography festival Month of Photography Bratislava.
He is the author and co-author of many books on photography and film.

Miha Colner (b. 1978) is an art historian who works as a curator, publicist, editor and lecturer specialised in photography, artists' moving image and other forms of media art.
He is a curator and program coordinator at Photon – Centre for Contemporary Photography (based in Ljubljana and Vienna).
Furthermore, since 2005 he has been part-time contributor for number of newspapers, magazines, radio programs, and specialist publications as well as a lecturer.
He lives and works in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

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Alejandro Castellote (b. 1959) From 1985 through 1996 he was director of the Photography Department at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid, where organized the Festival FOCO (1985-1989).
He has been artistic director and founder of PHotoEspaña in Madrid (1998-2000).
In 2003 he curated MAPAS ABIERTOS. Fotografía Latinoamericana 1991-2002; C on Cities at the Padiglione Italia in the X Venice
Biennale of Architecture, 2006; Festival Getxophoto, Bilbao (2007-2009) and guest curator for Latin America at the Biennale Photoquai (Museum Quai de Branly)
2007-2009, Paris; guest curator at Seoul Photo Fair 2010, South Korea andSingapore International Photography Festival (SIPF) 2012; director of the Daegu Photo Biennale 2014 in South Korea.
In 2015 he was chief curator -with Wang Qingsong and François Hebel- of the First ChangJiang International Photography & Video Biennale, Chongqing, China.
He is currently director of the Latin American Master of Photography and Visual Arts at the Centro de la Imagen of Lima, Peru.

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Jan-Erik Lundström (b. 1958) is a curator, critic and historian of contemporary art.
He is the former director of Sami Center of Contemporary Art and of Norrbottens Museum.
From 1999 to 2010 he was the director of Bildmuseet.
He is the former chairman of Centre for Photography, Stockholm and former director of Fotografiska museet.
His latest curatorial projects include Top of the World, Fall Back Spring Forward, Surviving the Future,
The Map: Critical Cartographies, Politics of Place and Society Must Be Defended (1st Thessaloniki Biennial of Contemporary Art).
He was the chief curator of Berlin Photography Festival, 2005 and the artistic director of the 3rd Bucharest Biennale.
He is the author and editor of many books, including Thinking Photography – Using Photography, Nordic Landscapes, Tankar om fotografi,
Ursula Biemann: Mission Reports, Looking North: Representations of Sami in Visual Arts and Litterature, and Irving Penn: Photographs.
Lundström has contributed to major publications such as Horizons: Towards a Global Africa, The Oxford Companion to the Photograph
and The History of European Photography of the 20th Century.
Lundström has been a guest professor at, among others, Aalto University, Helsinki, Konstfackskolan and the Royal Art Academy, Stockholm,
Malmö Art Academy, HISK, Antwerpen/Gent, University of los Andes, Bogotá, and Oslo Art Academy, Oslo.

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Urs Stahel (b. 1953) created with Fotomuseum Winterthur one of the most important places for photography in the world.
He has been managing the museum from 1993-2013.
Since 2013, he has been the curator for the platform Paris Photo (2014), the Mannheim-Ludwigshafen-Heidelberg Photo Festival (2015), and, on a regular base, for the new center for industrial culture MAST in Bologna.
He also works as an author and a lecturer (at the Zurich University of the Arts, the University of Zurich).
He is a writer and editor of numerous books, for example, books about Paul Graham, Roni Horn, Rineke Dijkstra, Anders Petersen, Amar Kanwar, Ai Weiwei, Shirana Shahbazi, Boris Mikhailov
as well as books on themes such as "Industriebild" ('Pictures of Industry'), "Trade", "The Ecstasy of Things" and "Darkside I + II".

Tatiana Pavlova (b.1955) is an art historian and freelance curator.
She is currently working at Art History chair in Kharkiv State Academy of Art and Design and has published several books and articles about Ukrainian photography.

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List of Authors (Vol. II)
Authors Biography:

(in alpahebtical order by countries)

Zef Paci (b.1963) is Professor of Art History and Painting in the University of Arts, Tirana.
He graduated in Monumental Painting from High Institute of Arts in Tirana and has obtained MA from Center of Albanological Studies, Tirana at the Institute of Studies of Anthropology and Art.
He has experience as curator of different solo exhibitions of some known Albanian artists and some international and national artistic events.
Author of some catalogues and publications: Monography: “Marubi, photography as ritual”.

Ermir Hoxha (b. 1979) graduated in The Academy of Arts - Painting, Tirana in 2003
In 2007 l was graduated in University of Bologna, Literature and Philosophy Faculty - Dams - Arte Course (Disciplines of arts, music and of spectacles) History of Contemporary Art Branch.
Currently l am following the Ph.D. Studies, Cultural Heritage, Department of History, History-Philology Faculty; Thesis on the: “Albanian Art during the period 1945 – 1990”.

Ulrike Matzer (b.1972) is a writer, critic, and historian of photography.
From 2009 to 2012 she has conducted research on the Austrian photo-chemist and photo-historian Josef Maria Eder at the Albertina’s Photographic Collection (financed by the FWF Austrian Science Fund).
Together with project director Maren Gröning, she is the co-editor of Josef Maria Eder: Photographie als Wissenschaft. Positionen um 1900 (within the series photogramme, ed. by Bernd Stiegler, Munich: Fink 2013).

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Nadezhda Savchenko (b.1966) is the head of the Written and Image Sources Department and curator of the photographic collection at the National Historical Museum of the Republic of Belarus in Minsk.
She has conducted in the field of the history of photography in Belarus.

Georges Vercheval (b.1934) is the founder and past-director of the Musée de la Photographie at Charleroi.
He has been teaching photography and History of Photography since 1962 in different schools, including ENSAAV La Cambre, Brussels.
As a photographer, exhibited creative work, mainly from the '60s until the '80s.

Katerina Gadjeva (b.1978) is an art historian and lecturer at the National Academy of Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria.
She specializes in the field of history and theory of photography.
She is tha author of several research publications as well as monography books.

Želimir Koščević (b.1939) is a freelance curator and expert in national and international contemporary art and photography.
He is a Member of AICA international, ICOM, CIMAM and IKT. Professional advisor of Foto Gallery Lang in Samobor.

Vladimír Birgus (b.1954) is the of the Institut of Creative Photography of Silesian University in Opava since 1990.
During the year os 1978 – 2005 he was teaching at the Department of photography at FAMU in Prague.
He is a photographer and the curator and co-curator of many large exposures on Czech photography world-wide.
He is also author and co-writer of many books on Czech photography.

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Jan Mlčoch (b.1953) has been the artistic head of photography gallery of Josef Sudek since 1995.
As an active artist he cooperated with the group of Czech conceptual artists: Karel Miler, Petr Štembera and Jiří Kovanda during 1974 – 1980.
He was involved in the process of collection funds preservation.
He organized many photography exhibitions in the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague, where he works, as well as in museums and galleries in Czech Republic and abroad.

Mette Mortensen (b.1971) is an assistant professor at the Department of Media, Recognition and Communication at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Her book Kampen om ansigtet. Fotografi og identifikation (Facial Politics. Photography and identification) is forthcoming (Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press, 2010).
She has also written numerous articles on photography, war and media, surveillance and contemporary art.

Louise Wolthers (b. 1974) is a Researcher in photographic art, history and theory at The Hasselblad Foundation, Gothenburg.
She has done research and curated exhibitions at institutions such as The National Museum of Photography and The National Gallery of Denmark.
She has co-edited numerous publications including Lost and Found: Queerying the Archive (Nikolaj Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center & Bildmuseet
Umeå University, 2009), Paul Graham: 1981 & 2011 (MACK, 2012) and Still Life / Work Life (Art & Theory, 2013).
She has contributed to academic journals and books on photography, art history and contemporary art.

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Mirelle G. Thijsen (b.1960) lives and works in Amsterdam as independent researcher in the cultural history of photography, critic and curator. Founded in 1988 International Photography Re- search (IPhoR) in Amsterdam.
Curated various exhibitions. From 1993 till 2006 she was a critic for the Dutch daily paper Het Financieele Dagblad.
In 2005-2007 she was chair and assistant professor at the Master’s in Photographic Studies (MaPS) at the Leiden University.
In 2013 opened a Researcher in Residence (RiR) in the Southern Vosges in France.

Peeter Linnap (b. 1960) Ph.D, is a photographic theorist, historian, a full time professor and Department Leader at Tartu Art College, Estonia.
Peeter Linnap has held personal exhibitions in Europe, U.S and Latin America, and is a member of AICA, FIPRESCI, INSEA, Estonian Semiotic Society and Society for Art Historians.
He has been awarded nationally and internationally for both his artistic and theoretical activities.

Kimmo Lehtonen (b.1962) M.Phil., MA SocSc is a senior assistant in the International Masters programme on Digital Culture at the University of Jyväskylä.
He is a founding member of The Centre for Creative Photography and has been a director of the same association since 1994.
He has written and edited several books and articles on photography.

Marc Tamisier (b.1960) is in charge of Image Education at the National Center for Pedagogical Documentation.
Books published : Opinion, information, rumeur, propagande (dir. Marc Tamisier et Michel Costantini), Paris, L'Harmattan, 2010 ; Texte, art et photographie, Paris, L'Harmattan, 2009.

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Klára Szarka (b. 1955) is a freelance curator, photohistorian and editor.
She was the head of the culture column of the daily newspaper Magyar Hírlap and has been a columnist of photographic periodicals.
She is a lecturer of art history and photo history at Camera Anima Art School and she is the President of the Hungarian Society for the History of Photography.
She researches the History of Hungarian Photography in the 20th century and published several monographies and books.

Æsa Sigurjónsdóttir (b.1959) is an assistant professor in art history and art theory at the Faculty of Icelandic and Comparative Cultural Studies, University Iceland and
Dr. Kristján Eldjárn Research Fellow at National Museum Iceland.
She has curated a big number of exhibitions and contributed to several publications.

Dr. Justin Carville (b.1970) is a lecturer of Historical and Theoretical Studies in Photography at School of Creative Arts at the Institute of Art, Design & Technology, Dun Laoghaire.

Roberto Mutti (b.1947) lives and works in Milan, Italy.
Graduated in Philosophy.
For 25 years he has been writing as a critic of photography in the Milanese edition of the daily paper “ la Repubblica” and he has collaborated with
various magazines such as “Fotografare”, “Il Fotografo”, “Photo Italia”, “Foto Graphia”, “Immagini FOTO pratica.
He is member of the Scientific Committee of both MIA - Milan Image Art Fair and Fotofestival Milan.

Agnė Narušytė (b.1970), is an art critic and historian of photography, Head of the Art History and Theory Department at the Vilnius Academy of Arts, curator and researcher of contemporary photography.

163わたしはダリ?名無しさん?2017/11/19(日) 20:24:19.26
Margarita Matulytė (b.1961) is a historian of photography and expert, Curator and Researcher of the Historical Photography Collection
at the Lithuanian Art Museum, Lecturer of Visual Journalism at The Institute of Journalism of Vilnius University.

Vilnis Auziņš (b.1948) is a lecturer of History of Aesthetics of Photography and the Chairman of the Board of Foundation “FotoForma”, 2010.
He was a head of Latvian Museum of Photography between 1990 and 2009.

Paul di Felice (b.1953) is Doctor of Visual Arts, Senior Lecturer in Art History and Art Pedagogy at the University of Luxembourg.
His field of research is representation and deconstruction in contemporary photography.
He has been a workshop leader of the annual Art Workshop organized by Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain in collaboration with University of Luxembourg, since 1998.
He is a founding member of the online magazine lacritique.org and an active member of AICA Luxembourg.
He is an independent curator of international contemporary photography exhibitions and he co-organizes the European Month of Photography in Luxembourg (www.emoplux.lu).
Since 1984 he is co-director of Café-Crème édition& médiation.

164わたしはダリ?名無しさん?2017/11/19(日) 20:26:30.28
Françoise Poos is a curator and a researcher in the field of Visual Culture.
She was the research assistant for the exhibition The Bitter Years, opened by the Luxembourg Centre national de l’audiovisuel (CNA) in 2013, and the editor of the accompanying book:
The Bitter Years – The Farm Security Administration Photographs Through the Eyes of Edward Steichen, published by Thames and Hudson.
She is more generally interested in photographic archives and non-canonical photography.
She is currently working as research collaborator at the Université du Luxembourg for the project “Fabricating Modern Societies: Industries of Reform as Educational Responses to Societal Challenges (FAMOSO 2)”.
In the context of this nationally funded project, she investigates an archive of glass plate negatives from the steel industry in Luxembourg, and its changing meanings and uses over time.

Iurie Foca (b.1957) studied at Moldovan Technical University and graduated as engineer/electro-mechanic and later photography at Social-professions Department, section Photography of Moldovan Technical University.
Since 1974 he has been working as a photo-reporter for several magazines in Moldova.
Is a member of Photo Artist Union of Moldova and Fine Artist Union of Moldova.
Since 1996, has led photo lab at National Art Museum of Moldova.

Mihai Potârniche (b.) is Director of the Fotomoldpres TV Department, State Information Agency Moldpres.
Director of photography and author of photos for some 50 albums and books including the album Parliament of Independence (author of the concept and photos) published in 2010 on the occasion of 20 years
since the first Parliament democratically elected started to work.
Member of the Union of Artists, Union of Journalists and Union of Artists Photographers of Republic of Moldova.

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651 ( I- ) Kata Kálmán Hungary

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167わたしはダリ?名無しさん?2017/11/23(木) 09:21:06.82
Peter Larsen (b. 1943) is Danish citizen.
Since 1988 professor at the Department of Information Science and Media Studies, University of Bergen, Norway.
Head of «Photography in Culture», a national research project funded by the Norwegian Research Council (2003-07).
Larsen has published extensively on visual media and visual culture.
Selected publications: Album. Fotografiske motiver (Oslo, Spartacus, 2004); Ibsen og fotografene. 1800-tallets visuelle kultur (Oslo. Universitetsforlaget, 2013);
co-authored with Sigrid Lien: Norsk fotohistorie. Frå daguerreotypi til digitalisering (Oslo, Det norske Samlaget, 2007) and Kunsten å lese bilder (Oslo, Spartacus, 2008).

Krzysztof Jurecki (b. 1960) studied History of Art in Krakow (diploma work in 1985).
Between 1990 - 1993 studied on doctoral studies in Institute of Art in Warsaw.
From 1985 to 2005 worked in Muzeum Sztuki in Lodz, as Head Curator Department of Photography in Visual Arts.
He organized many exhibitions in Poland (e.g. Zofia Rydet, Jerzy Lewczyński, Joseph Beuys, Jan Saudek, Erwin Olaf).
He publishes in EXIT, Kwartalnik Fotografia.
He published with K. Makowski a book Słowo o fotografii / A note about Photography (2003).
He writes many texts about history of Polish avant-garde, from the photography of 20th century and from 1980s until now.
He is also interested in avant-garde art and post-modern theory.

168わたしはダリ?名無しさん?2017/11/23(木) 09:28:39.93
Emilia Tavares (b.1964) is a senior curator (photography and new media) at the National Museum of Contemporary Art- Museu do Chiado, Lisbon,
as well as a researcher and art critic. MA in Art History (Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities at the University Nova of Lisbon.
She was published several studies about Portuguese photography and visual culture, and as curator have produced several exhibitions, including the Portuguese representation at Photo España Festival (2009 and 2010)
She publishes regularly in specialized newspapers, magazines and catalogues, and frequently gives lectures in cultural and educational institutions.

Eugen Rădescu (b.1978) is politologist, cultural manager, curator and theoretician.
He wrote for various magazines and newspapers, curated, among others, Bucharest Biennale 1 with the theme “Identity Factories”, “How Innocent Is That?” ,
“presently i have nothing to show and i’m showing it!” and "Common Nostalgia" at Pavilion Bucharest.
He published the book “How Innocent Is That?” at Revolver Book Berlin.
He is co-editor of PAVILION – journal for politics and culture and co-director of Bucharest Biennale (with Răzvan Ion).

Irina Tchmyreva (b.1974) is the head researcher and Curator of the Photographic and Multi-media department.
She is aslo an editor of a web-server on photography Photographer.ru.
As a curator Ms. Tchmyreva is very influential in the art world.

169わたしはダリ?名無しさん?2017/11/23(木) 09:32:01.46
Evgeny Berezner (b.1951) is the Head of Project “In Support For Photography in Russia”, IRIS Foundation, Moscow and the Head of the Photovisa International Photo Festival in Krasnodar.
Since 2003 he has been Deputy Director in charge of Photographic and Multimedia Projects of Moscow Museum of Modern Art.
Since 2008 he has been Deputy Director General in charge of Photographic and Multimedia Projects of ROSIZO State Museum and Exhibition Centre of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation.
He has published in Russian and foreign magazines, photography album and books.
He has curated over 250 exhibitions of contemporary and classical Russian and foreign photography held in Russia and other countries and
is one of the three Russian curators of the main exhibition program of International Biennial of Photography FotoFest 2012 in Houston, Texas, USA.

Goran Mali (b. 1947) is a photographer, chronicler and historian of photography.
Writer of essays and prose articles. Born in Belgrade, Serbia, in 1947, July 23.
Majored in Sociology and History of Arts at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade.
Freelance artist from 1979.
His photographs were exhibited several times independently.
He is the author of a number of custodial projects describing periods and authors that belong to the history of photography in Serbia in XIX and XX century.

Václav Macek (b. 1952) is a professor at the Film Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava.
He is the Head of FOTOFO Foundation and the Central European House of Photography and the Director of annual photography festival Month of Photography Bratislava.
He is the author and co-author of many books on photography and film.

170わたしはダリ?名無しさん?2017/11/23(木) 09:33:47.74
Primož Lampič (b. 1957), PhD, is an art historian and ethnologist.
He works as a museum councillor at the Museum of Architecture and Design in Ljubljana.
He is also an assistant professor at the Departement of Art History at the Faculty of Arts at the Universtity of Ljubljana.
He gives lectures and leads the seminars of history of photography and of modern art and art critique.
He published three monographs, several catalogues and scientific papers.

Juan Naranjo (b.1960) is a photo historian and independent curator.
He is a member of the advisory committee of the department of photography at the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya and director of the photography department Soler & Llach, Barcelona.

Jan-Erik Lundström (b.1958) is a curator, critic and historian of contemporary art and photography.
He is the director of the Sami Center of Contemporary Art, Norway and the chairman of the Center of Photography in Sweden.
Jan-Erik Lundström is a prolific lecturer at international symposia and has been a guest professor at many art academies.
His latest book is Knowing Photographs.

171わたしはダリ?名無しさん?2017/11/23(木) 09:36:00.51
Peter Pfrunder (b.1959) worked as a freelance journalist, author, and exhibition curator, while directing the Forum der Schweizer Geschichte/Schweizerisches Landesmuseum, Schwyz (1995–98).
He has had a variety of publications and exhibitions on the history of photography with a special focus on Switzerland.
Since 1998 he has served as Director and Curator of the Fotostiftung Schweiz / Swiss Foundation for Photography, Winterthur.
Recent publications: Theo Frey, Fotografien (Limmat Verlag, Zürich 2008); Gotthard Schuh – A Kind of Infatuation (Steidl Publishers, Göttingen 2009);
Swiss Photobooks from 1927 to the Present – A Different History of Photography (Lars Muller Publishers, Baden 2011).

Tatiana Pavlova (b.1955) is an art historian and freelance curator.
She is currently working at Art History chair in Kharkiv State Academy of Art and Design and has published several books and articles about Ukrainian photography.

http://www.historyofphotography.eu/index.php/volume-ii/list-of-the-authors/13-list-of-autohrs-pt-ii

172わたしはダリ?名無しさん?2017/11/23(木) 09:40:59.70
List of Authors (Vol. I)
Albania: Rubens Shima, director, National Gallery of Art, Tirane
Austria: Anton Holzer, Fotogeschichte editor-in-chief, Vienna
Belarus: Nadya Savchenko, historian of photography, Minsk
Belgium: Georges Vercheval, founder and former director of Musée de la Photographie, Charleroi
Bulgaria: Katerina Gadjeva, Lecturer in History of Culture Department, New Bulgarian University, Sofia
Croatia: Želimir Koščević, freelance curator
Czech Republic: Vladimír Birgus, Institut of Creative Photography, Salesian University, Opava, Jan Mlčoch
Denmark: Mette Mortensen, Film and Media Studies Section, Department of Media, Cognition and Communication, University of Copenhagen, Louise Wolters, photo historian
Estonia: Peeter Linnap, art critic and theorist, TV director, curator and teacher, Professor and Head of Photography Department at TAC (Tartu Art College)
Finland: Kimmo Lehtonen, Lecturer in Digital Culture, Studies In Visual Communication, University of Jyväskylä
France: Marc Tamisier, photo historian
Germany: Dr. Ivo Kranzfelder (volume 1) lecturer of history and theory of photography, University for Applied Sciences in Würzburg, curator of private collection,
Great Britain: Gerry Badger, photo historian and critic
Greece: Nina Kassianou, curator and photography critic (Thessaloniki Museum of Photography, Photographic Centre of Skopelos)
Hungary: Béla Albertini (volume 1) Lecturer in art history and photographic reportage, Eötvös-Loránd-University (Budapest), University Kaposvár,
Iceland: Æsa Sigurjónsdóttir, Art Historian, Assistant Professor, University of Iceland. Dr. Kristján Eldjárn, Research Fellow, National Museum of Iceland.

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Ireland: Dr. Justin Carville, PhD, MA, BA (Hons), Historical & Theoretical Studies in Photography, School of Creative Arts, Institute of Art, Design & Technology, Dublin
Italy: Gigliola Foschi, critic and photographic art historian,
Lithuania: Margarita Matulyté , Agne Narušyté research fellow at Napier University, Edinburgh, UK, supervises practice-based PhD students at the Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts
Latvia: Vilnis Auziņš, Latvian Museum of Photography, Riga
Moldova: Irina Grabovan, director of the Art Center AoRTa
The Netherlands: Tamara Bergmans, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Norway: Sigrid Lien phd, prof., University in Bergen,
Poland: Lech Lechowicz (volume 1), Film School, Lodz,
Portugal: Emilia Tavares, curator, the Chiado Museum,
Romania: Silvian Ionescu, freelance curator and art historian
Russia: Irina Tchmyreva, head researcher, Photographic Department of Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow
Serbia: Milanka Todic (volume 1) Faculty of Applied Arts and Design, Beograd,
Slovakia: Václav Macek, director, Central European House of Photography, Bratislava
Slovenia: Lara Štrumej (volume 1), senior curator at The Museum of Modern Art Ljubljana,
Spain: Juan Naranjo, freelance curator, Barcelona
Sweden: Jan-Erik Lundström, director, Bildmuseet, Ulmea
Switzerland: Martin Gasser (volume 1), curator Fotostiftung Schweiz,
Ukraine: Tetyana Pavlova, Kharkov, art critic, member of the International Association of Arts Critics (Certification 1263), Freelance curator

http://www.historyofphotography.eu/index.php/volume-i/list-of-the-authors

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175わたしはダリ?名無しさん?2018/01/04(木) 20:21:10.00
The History of European Photography, 1900-1938 & 1939-1969掲載写真家リスト(ABC順)

1 ( II- ) Ivar Aaserud Norway
2 ( I- ) Pere Casas Abarca Spain
3 ( II- ) Alexander Borisovich Abaza Russia
4 ( I- ) Berenice Abbott France
5 ( II- ) Yury Vasilievich Abramochkin Russia
6 ( I- ) Adèle (Atelier) Austria
7 ( II- ) Claire Ado Finland
8 ( I- ) Heikki Aho Finland
9 ( II- ) Heikki Aho Finland
10 ( I- ) José Manuel Aizpúrua Spain
11 ( II- ) Victor Vasilievich Akhlomov Russia
12 ( II- ) Grigori Akmolinski Estonia
13 ( II- ) Ulvis Alberts Latvia
14 ( I- ) Laure Albin-Guillot France
15 ( I- ) Vojtech Alexander Slavakia
16 ( I- ) Alexandre Belgium
17 ( II- ) Paul Almasy Luxembourg
18 ( I- ) Max Vladimirovich Alpert Russia
19 ( II- ) Max Vladimirovich Al'pert Russia
20 ( II- ) Oscar van Alphen The Netherlands
21 ( I- ) Domingos Alvão Portugal
22 ( II- ) Michail Ananin Belarus
23 ( I- ) Elsa Garmann Andersen Norway
24 ( I- ) Nikolai Platonovich Andreev Russia
25 ( I- ) Emmy Andriesse The Netherlands
26 ( II- ) Emmy Andriesse The Netherlands
27 ( I- ) Wilhelm Angerer Austria
28 ( II- ) Wilhelm Angerer Austria
29 ( I- ) James Craig Annan Britain
30 ( II- ) Roger Anthoine Belgium

176わたしはダリ?名無しさん?2018/01/04(木) 20:21:46.67
The History of European Photography, 1900-1938 & 1939-1969掲載写真家リスト(ABC順)

31 ( I- ) Maurice Antony Belgium
32 ( II- ) Ilmārs Apkalns Latvia
33 ( I- ) Malcolm Arbuthnot Britain
34 ( I- ) Antoni Arissa Spain
35 ( II- ) Vasiliy Arkashov Belarus
36 ( I- ) Eduard Arning Germany
37 ( II- ) Ursula Arnold East-Germany
38 ( I- ) Halldór E. Arnórsson Iceland
39 ( II- ) Heino Arras Estonia
40 ( II- ) Pol Aschman Luxembourg
41 ( I- ) Jean Eugène Auguste Atget France
42 ( II- ) Christian Ludwig Attersee Austria
43 ( I- ) Peter Paul Atzwanger Austria
44 ( II- ) Peter Paul Atzwanger Austria
45 ( I- ) Wilhelm Auerlich Romania
46 ( I- ) Vytautas Augustinas Lithuania
47 ( II- ) Yves Auquier Belgium
48 ( II- ) Paul Ausloos Belgium
49 ( II- ) Maria Austria (Marie Karoline Oestricher) The Netherlands
50 ( II- ) Etienne Auwera Belgium
51 ( II- ) Ole Friele Backer Norway
52 ( II- ) Heimrad Bäcker Austria
53 ( I- ) Impi Backman Finland
54 ( I- ) Helmer Bäckström Sweden
55 ( II- ) David Bailey Great Britain
56 ( II- ) Kostas Balafas Greece
57 ( II- ) Pavel Bălan Moldova
58 ( II- ) Ymer Bali Albania
59 ( I- ) Pencho Balkanski Bulgaria
60 ( I- ) Theo Ballmer Switzerland

177わたしはダリ?名無しさん?2018/01/04(木) 20:24:47.65
The History of European Photography, 1900-1938 & 1939-1969掲載写真家リスト(ABC順)

61 ( II- ) Leons Balodis Latvia
62 ( I- ) Rudolf Balogh Hungary
63 ( II- ) Dmitry Nikolaevich Bal'termants Russia
64 ( I- ) Jette Bang Denmark
65 ( I- ) Edith Barakovich Austria
66 ( I- ) Nándor Bárány Hungary
67 ( II- ) Hjálmar R. Bárðarson Iceland
68 ( II- ) Thomas Barker Ireland
69 ( I- ) Ivan Fedorovich Barshchevsky Russia
70 ( II- ) Géza Barta Serbia
71 ( II- ) John Batho France
72 ( I- ) Kārlis Bauls Latvia
73 ( II- ) Horst H. Baumann Germany
74 ( II- ) Max Baur Germany
75 ( I- ) Herbert Bayer Germany
76 ( I- ) Cecil Beaton Britain
77 ( II- ) Cecil Beaton Great Britain
78 ( I- ) Vladimir Becić Serbia
79 ( I- ) Władysław Bednarczuk Poland
80 ( II- ) Zdzislaw Beksiński Poland
81 ( II- ) Sten Didrik Bellander Sweden
82 ( I- ) Alexandru Bellu Romania
83 ( I- ) Arthur Benda Austria
84 ( II- ) Kors van Bennekom The Netherlands
85 ( I- ) Joshua Benoliel Portugal
86 ( I- ) Herman Bente Denmark
87 ( II- ) Zoltán Berekméri Hungary
88 ( II- ) Gianni Berengo Gardin Italy
89 ( I- ) Bengt Berg Sweden
90 ( II- ) Sibylle Bergemann East-Germany

178わたしはダリ?名無しさん?2018/01/04(木) 20:29:32.03
The History of European Photography, 1900-1938 & 1939-1969掲載写真家リスト(ABC順)

91 ( I- ) Marianne Bergler Austria
92 ( II- ) Astrid Bergman-Sucksdorff Sweden
93 ( I- ) Herman Bergne Sweden
94 ( II- ) Beata Bergström Sweden
95 ( I- ) Ilya and Jankel Berman Belarus
96 ( I- ) Iosif Berman Romania
97 ( I- ) Mieczysław Berman Poland
98 ( II- ) Iosif Berman Romania
99 ( II- ) Kerstin Bernhard Sweden
100 ( II- ) Friedrich O. Bernstein East-Germany
101 ( II- ) Ian Berry Great Britain
102 ( I- ) Henri Berssenbrugge The Netherlands
103 ( I- ) Avgust Berthold Slovenia
104 ( II- ) Robert Besard Belgium
105 ( I- ) Eva Besnyö The Netherlands
106 ( II- ) Eva Besnyö The Netherlands
107 ( II- ) Ladislav Bielik Slovakia
108 ( I- ) Francis Joseph Bigger Ireland
109 ( I- ) Pavle Bihali Serbia
110 ( I- ) Binia Bill Switzerland
111 ( II- ) Gunārs Binde Latvia
112 ( II- ) Werner Bischof Switzerland
113 ( I- ) Carel Blazer The Netherlands
114 ( II- ) Carel Blazer The Netherlands
115 ( I- ) Thomas Blehr Norway
116 ( II- ) Arno Rafael Blomstedt Finland
117 ( I- ) Irena Blühová Slavakia
118 ( II- ) Kurt Blum Switzerland
119 ( I- ) Erwin Blumenfeld The Netherlands
120 ( I- ) Anton Bock Austria

179わたしはダリ?名無しさん?2018/01/04(木) 20:30:15.57
The History of European Photography, 1900-1938 & 1939-1969掲載写真家リスト(ABC順)

121 ( I- ) Hans Bock Austria
122 ( I- ) Adriaan Boer The Netherlands
123 ( II- ) Vladimir Vladimirovich Bogdanov Russia
124 ( II- ) Dorothy Bohm Great Britain
125 ( I- ) Jacques-André Boiffard France
126 ( I- ) Frédéric Boissonnas Switzerland
127 ( II- ) Sándor Bojár Hungary
128 ( II- ) Pavle Bojčević Serbia
129 ( II- ) Stanoje Bojović Serbia
130 ( II- ) Anatoly Konstantinovich Boldin Russia
131 ( I- ) Achille Bologna Italy
132 ( I- ) Mikhail Bolotov Ukraine
133 ( II- ) Mikhail Bolotov Ukraine
134 ( II- ) Christian Borchert East-Germany
135 ( I- ) Vikenci Boretti Belarus
136 ( II- ) Kim Borg Finland
137 ( II- ) Ladislav Borodáč Slovakia
138 ( II- ) Alexander L'vovich Borodulin Russia
139 ( II- ) Lev Abramovich Borodulin Russia
140 ( I- ) Jozef Emiel Borrenbergen Belgium
141 ( II- ) Sverre A. Borretzen Norway
142 ( II- ) Tibor Borský Slovakia
143 ( II- ) Josip Bosnar Serbia
144 ( I- ) Walter Bosshard Switzerland
145 ( II- ) Edouard Boubat France
146 ( II- ) Jimmy Bourgeois Belgium
147 ( II- ) Fergus Bourke Ireland
148 ( II- ) Petar Bozhkov Bulgaria
149 ( II- ) Bert Bracke Belgium
150 ( I- ) Anton Giulio Bragaglia Italy

180わたしはダリ?名無しさん?2018/01/04(木) 21:20:08.22
The History of European Photography, 1900-1938 & 1939-1969掲載写真家リスト(ABC順)

151 ( II- ) Per Braland Norway
152 ( I- ) Constantin Brancusi Romania
153 ( II- ) Martti Brand Finland
154 ( I- ) Signe Viola Brander Finland
155 ( I- ) Stefanie Brandl Austria
156 ( I- ) Bill Brandt Britain
157 ( II- ) Bill (Hermann  Wilhelm) Brandt Great Britain
158 ( II- ) Henry Brandt Switzerland
159 ( I- ) Brassaï Romania
160 ( II- ) Brassaï (Gyula Halasz) France
161 ( I- ) Brassaï (Gyula Halász) France
162 ( II- ) Uldis Brauns Latvia
163 ( II- ) Marija Braut Croatia
164 ( II- ) Otto Breicha Austria
165 ( I- ) George Hendrik Breitner The Netherlands
166 ( II- ) Caj Bremer Finland
167 ( I- ) Albert Breyer Belgium
168 ( II- ) Gyula Brezsán Serbia
169 ( I- ) Stefano Bricarelli Italy
170 ( I- ) Bogumil Brinšek Slovenia
171 ( II- ) Ante Brkan Croatia
172 ( II- ) Zvonimir Brkan Croatia
173 ( I- ) Christina Broom Britain
174 ( I- ) Francis Patrick mary Browne Ireland
175 ( I- ) Hanns Brückner Finland
176 ( II- ) Emil Brunner Switzerland
177 ( II- ) Ernst Brunner Switzerland
178 ( II- ) Günter Brus Austria
179 ( II- ) Wojciech Bruszewski Poland
180 ( I- ) Pétur Brynjólfsson Iceland

181わたしはダリ?名無しさん?2018/01/04(木) 21:23:57.51
The History of European Photography, 1900-1938 & 1939-1969掲載写真家リスト(ABC順)

181 ( I- ) Janusz Maria Brzeski Poland
182 ( I- ) Mārtiņš Buclers Latvia
183 ( I- ) Jan Bulhak Lithuania
184 ( I- ) Jan Bułhak Poland
185 ( I- ) Karl Karlovich Bulla Russia
186 ( I- ) Viktor Karlovich Bulla Russia
187 ( I- ) Balys Buračas Lithuania
188 ( I- ) Vani Burda Albania
189 ( II- ) Balthasar Burkhard Switzerland
190 ( II- ) René Burri Switzerland
191 ( II- ) Vitalijus Butyrinas Russia
192 ( I- ) Ferdinand Buyle Belgium
193 ( I- ) Nicolae Buzdugan Romania
194 ( II- ) Augusto Cabrita Portugal
195 ( I- ) Claude Cahun France
196 ( I- ) Henrik Cajander Finland
197 ( II- ) Pavao Cajzek Croatia
198 ( II- ) Alfredo Camisa Italy
199 ( I- ) Antonio Cánovas Spain
200 ( I- ) Robert Capa France
201 ( II- ) Robert Capa (Endré Ernö Friedmann) France
202 ( II- ) Boris Capnin Moldova
203 ( I- ) Gheorghe Capşa Romania
204 ( I- ) Ghitta Carell Italy
205 ( II- ) Christian Carez Belgium
206 ( II- ) Gilles Caron France
207 ( I- ) Vincenzo Carrese Italy
208 ( II- ) Henri Cartier-Bresson France
209 ( I- ) Gabriel Casas Spain
210 ( I- ) Joseph Cashman Ireland

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The History of European Photography, 1900-1938 & 1939-1969掲載写真家リスト(ABC順)

211 ( II- ) Joseph Cashman Ireland
212 ( I- ) Winnifred Casson Britain
213 ( I- ) Mario Castagneri Italy
214 ( II- ) Gérard Castello-Lopes Portugal
215 ( II- ) Adelino Lyon de Castro Portugal
216 ( II- ) Francesc Català-Roca Spain
217 ( II- ) Giuseppe Cavalli Italy
218 ( I- ) Avgust Černiogoj Slovenia
219 ( II- ) Jean-Philippe Charbonnier France
220 ( II- ) Chargesheimer (Karl-Heinz Hargesheimer) Germany
221 ( I- ) Emile Chavepeyer Belgium
222 ( II- ) Luc Chessex Switzerland
223 ( I- ) Adolph Chevallier Romania
224 ( II- ) Alphonse Chevallier Romania
225 ( II- ) Ion Chibzi Moldova
226 ( II- ) Chim (born as David Szymin/known as David Seymour in the US) France
227 ( II- ) Lucca Chmel Austria
228 ( II- ) Václav Chochola Czech Republic
229 ( II- ) Tage Christensen Denmark
230 ( II- ) Bertel Christensen Norway
231 ( I- ) Maria Chroussachi Greece
232 ( II- ) Ján Cifra Slovakia
233 ( II- ) Bogoljub Cikota Serbia
234 ( II- ) Elio Ciol Italy
235 ( I- ) Tadeus Cios Romania
236 ( I- ) Paul Citroen The Netherlands
237 ( II- ) Hermann Claasen Germany
238 ( I- ) Evrard-Guillaume Claine Belgium
239 ( I- ) John Joseph Clark Ireland
240 ( I- ) Pieter Jr. Clausing The Netherlands

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