Paul Nash Inanimate Objects photography

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The more the object is studied from the point of view of its animation the more incalculable it becomes in its variations; the more subtle, also, becomes the problem of assembling and associating different objects in order to create that true irrational poise which is the solution of the personal equation.
– Paul Nash, ‘The Life of the Inanimate Object’, Country Life, May 1937

All images from the Tate archive –

Women Building Bombers, Nashville 1944

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Phosphorus

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Kilimanjaro

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The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928) – Carl Dreyer

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Aerial Photography of Fife

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Tungsten

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Bonsai photos – Alfred Eisenstaedt

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Aluminium

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Zinc

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