Josef Ehm (1909-1989)

Josef Ehm was a Czech photographer, teacher and editor. From 1934 – 1946, Ehm taught at the State School of Graphic Arts in Prague and, between 1939 and 1941, he edited with Funke magazine Photo horizon. In 1943, Ehm participated as the author of several shots for a portfolio of modern Czech photography.

In its free form, Ehm’s work was a remarkable representative of the stream based on the New Objectivity. In his work, the link between a sense of purist photography and perfection crafts is apparent. From the thirties to the sixties, Ehm’s work created a chamber ensemble of instruments, portraits, natural and urban landscapes and original ideas. He is one of the few photographers whose work is in the retaining elements which helped create a new pragmatism after 1945.

Josef Ehm- Woman with Veil 1946 vintage gelatin silver print

Josef Ehm, Untitled, 1946

Josef Ehm – Portrait behind black lace, 1945

Josef Ehm – Nude with Golden Lace I1946.Gelatin silver print_e

Josef Ehm – Rovina , Circa 1935. Gelatin silver print

Josef Ehm – Nude with Sabattier’s Effect, 1946. Gelatin silver print.

Josef Ehm – Krajkovaná Žena.Gelatin silver print

Josef Ehm – Nude with Seabattier_s Effect II1946.Gelatin silver print

Josef Ehm – NUDE (SOLARISATION), 1936Vintage gelatin silver print.

Josef Ehm – Nude with Golden Lace I 1946.Gelatin silver print

Josef Ehm – Nude on a Chair 1960 .Gelatin silver print

Josef Ehm – Nude on a Chair 1960 .Gelatin silver print

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