A coleção de fotografias da Primeira Guerra Mundial do Arquivo Warburg. Conclusões de uma primeira abordagem

Authors

  • Leão Serva PUC-SP

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20396/figura.v5i1.9998

Abstract

The text is an account of an unfinished research on the origin and content of the collection of World War I press photographsfound in the Warburg Institute Archive (WIA), in London, in 2004. The images have no captions and there are very few references to the photographs in the Archive’s documents, all of which were found recently. While researching, the author has in mind two different possible hypotheses proposed by two researchers who previously observed the collection when producing works on Aby Warburg: Peter Schwartz states that the photographs have no relation with the works of the German iconologist; while Georges Didi-Huberman associates the collection with the Atlas Mnemosyne.

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Published

2019-08-20

How to Cite

Serva, L. (2019). A coleção de fotografias da Primeira Guerra Mundial do Arquivo Warburg. Conclusões de uma primeira abordagem. Figura: Studies on the Classical Tradition, 5(1), 45–69. https://doi.org/10.20396/figura.v5i1.9998