Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art: Feminist Art Base: Claudia Reinhardt

"Clara" from the series "Killing Me Softly"

"Clara" from the series "Killing Me Softly"

Claudia Reinhardt. "Clara" from the series "Killing Me Softly", 2000–2004.

Description:
Clara Immerwahr, 1870–1915, German chemist and pacifist. Her husband Fritz Haber developed the poisonous gas used during World War I. Clara Immerwahr shot herself in protest and resignation with her husband’s military pistol in the backyard of their house.

Medium:
Photography

Tags:
World War I, female chemist, Berlin, Clara Immerwahr, photography, protest, death, suicide, German, Fritz Haber, poisonous gas

Images
"Sylvia" from the series "Killing Me Softly""Diane" from the series "killing Me Softly""Ingeborg" from the series "Killing Me Softly""Karin" from the serie "Killing Me Softly""Sarah" from the series "Killing Me Softly""Clara" from the series "Killing Me Softly"Killing Me Softly - Todesarten

Location
Berlin, Berlin
Germany

Contact
Reichenbergerstrasse 28
Berlin, Berlin 10999
Germany
clahart@thing.org

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