Oliver Sieber’s work often portrays different subcultures in society where the symbolic importance of certain style codes play an important part in group identity.
The American photographer Leonard Freed travelled to Germany for the first time in 1954. He observed the people in their social surroundings, at work, at street festivals, in public parks, in the streets and against the industrial backdrop of the Ruhr Valley.
This entry in Errata Editions’ Books on Books series reproduces every spread from Wessing’s gritty documentation of Chile’s darkest historical moment; art historian and film theorist Pauline Terreehorst contributes a contemporary essay titled “The Man in the Grey Suit: Koen Wessing: Chili 1973.”
Blog post on Manuel Álvarez Bravo: Polaroids (Editorial RM, 2005).
In 2010 the photographer Arne Schmitt traveled with his camera through the western states of Germany and documented the places that were destroyed by bombs during the war and replaced after 1945.
Total Records comprises around 500 album covers that chronicle the multifaceted interplay between photography and music from the 1960s to the 2000s.
Jacob Holdt spent five years hitchhiking through America in the early 1970s. His journey results in his legendary book American Pictures (1977).
Die vorliegende Publikation stellt Sekulas Arbeiten “Dear Bill Gates” (1999), “TITANIC’s wake” (1998 – 2000) und “Waiting for Tear Gas” (1999/2000) in den Zusammenhang dieses “kritischen Dokumentarismus”, dessen Hintergrund in der für ihn typischen Verbindung von Fotografie und Essay, Konzeptkunst und kritischem Journalismus besteht.
Wouter Deruytter: Brussel…? (Double You Dee, 1990); Edition of 1000 copies; Introduction / poem by Maurice Béjart in French, English and Dutch.
HOLD STILL—keep going explores the role of film in Robert Frank’s work, and the interaction between the still and moving image that has engaged him since the late 1950s.
Published on the occasion of the landmark retrospective exhibition of the same name held at the Museum Folkwang Essen in 2001.
American documentary photographer and Magnum member, Susan Meiselas, captures the Nicaraguan revolution of the 1970s for her book Nicaragua.
Mike Brodie spent years crisscrossing the U.S. documenting his experiences, now appreciated as one of the most impressive archives of American travel photography.