Albert Fuglister: the photographer as anti-propagandist

J.M.M. Baetens

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In his book "Louvain, ville martyre" (1916), Albert Fuglister, eye-witness of the destruction of Louvain in 1916, combines two types de narratives, a verbal one and a visual one, with the aim of accusing the German authorities responsible for the events. However, the combination of words and images engender certain semiotic mechanisms which reduce strongly the impact of his work.
Original languageEnglish
JournalImage & Narrative
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2000


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