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    David Burnett, Ulrich Rüter,Volker Hinz: Hello.Again.
    Volker Hinz: Hello.Again.
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    Volker Hinz (1947 - 2019) is one of Germany`s great photographers and photo journalists. After starting out at Sven Simon’s agency in Bonn, he switched to the magazine stern in 1974, for which he produced legendary photo and travel reports, portraits of artists, politicians, and celebrities in the following decades. Never seen without a camera, he left his mark with his pictures - not only on colleagues, friends, and the many people he portrayed, but also in German photojournalism, whose `golden decades` between 1970s and the 1990s he helped shape. His images became part of our shared visual memory. This project, co-initiated by Hinz himself, offers a comprehensive overview of his work beyond his well-known pictures, series and themes, thus proving what a precise judge of character and an astute observer he was. Alongside politicians such as Willy Brandt, Helmut Schmidt, and Angela Merkel; athletes such as Franz Beckenbauer, Pelé, and Muhammad Ali; musicians such as Annie Lennox, Madonna, and Marianne Faithful; artists such as Marina Abramovic, Keith Haring, and Cindy Sherman; writers such as William S. Burroughs and Günter Grass; and celebrities such as Arnold Schwarzenegger and Karl Lagerfeld, his photographs from the legendary New York nightclub AREA are included in this extensive illustrated book, as well as small everyday impressions and still lifes taken on his travels. In Hinz’s own words: `The photographer must not be a bore. There are enough boring pictures already`. Keywords Federal Republic, sports, literature, fashion, politics, documentary photography, 70s, 80s, artists, celebrity, stern magazine, USA

    Taal / Language : English

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    Met illustraties
    Januari 2021
    1282 gram
    270 x 245 x 20 mm
    EAN: 9783960700623
    Hartmann Books de

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