Holodomor
Display of Alexander Wienerberger's camera, memoir, and red album
Description
Media Type
Image
Video
Item Type
Photographs
Description
Clip from a video recording available online showing Alexander Wienerberger's Leica camera that he used to photograph images from the Holodomor in Ukraine; his published memoir, Hart auf Hart, opened to p.112; and the so-called Red Album, titled "Das Arbeiterparadies. U.d.S.S.R." which holds photos taken by Wienerberger in Kharkiv, Moscow and Crimea. All items are in the private collection of Samara Pearce, the photographer's great granddaughter.
Notes
This tableau appears in the video: "How Ukraine’s Holodomor Famine Was Secretly Photographed." RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service, November 22, 2018,03:45. duration: 03:52. https://www.rferl.org/a/how-holodomor-famine-was-secretly-documented/29615511.html
Date of Publication
2018
Date Of Event
1933
Subject(s)
Personal Name(s)
Pearce, Samara ; Wienerberger, Alexander
Copyright Statement
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Recommended Citation
"How Ukraine’s Holodomor Famine Was Secretly Photographed." RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service, November 22, 2018,03:45. https://www.rferl.org/a/how-holodomor-famine-was-secretly-documented/29615511.html
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Display of Alexander Wienerberger's camera, memoir, and red album


Clip from a video recording available online showing Alexander Wienerberger's Leica camera that he used to photograph images from the Holodomor in Ukraine; his published memoir, Hart auf Hart, opened to p.112; and the so-called Red Album, titled "Das Arbeiterparadies. U.d.S.S.R." which holds photos taken by Wienerberger in Kharkiv, Moscow and Crimea. All items are in the private collection of Samara Pearce, the photographer's great granddaughter.