„Polish Photomontage Between The World Wars"

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    The understanding of photomontage as a dynamically edited film was shared by Kazimierz Podsadecki and Janusz Maria Brzeski, two of the most productive and possibly most interesting artists practising the technique in 1930s Poland.
    Both were fascinated with experimental cinema, especially its daring and dynamic editing, which was also found in the best popular productions. They believed that avant-garde film should have a place in mass culture and were dedicated popularising the poetry of editing which they regarded as the essence of contemporary cinematography.
    Such was the aim of SPAF, the Polish Avant-Garde Film Studio, they established in 1932…

w: Imago (SUMMER 2003 N° 16). a poza tym – bardzo ładny obrazek.