What Germans Wanted

30 Years of Photography in Germany

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What Germans Wanted
30 Years of Photography in Germany

Hrsg. BFF Bund Freischaffender Foto-Designer, von Manfred Schmalriede, Text(e) von Hellmuth Karasek, Kurt Weidemann u.a., Ruprecht Skasa-Weiß


1999. 544 Seiten, 550 Abb.

Leinen mit Schutzumschlag

17,60 x 23,50 cm

ISBN 978-3-7757-0870-8

Professional photographers deeply influence our pictorial world with their photographs. Their pictures have to be up-to-date, they are taken mainly for immediate use. But many photographs have outlived their short-term usage and can be regarded as benchmarks in the history of artistic photography. Reports on dramatic events in society are nowadays often documents of phenomena of the times, and many fashion and advertising photographs have become documents of our desires and illusions. Fashions, lifestyles, aesthetic concepts and socially significant events from three decades are brought to life again in this lavishly illustrated book. Freed of their topical context, the pictures are impressive in terms of their superb design quality. They come from various genres, such as architecture, industry, fashion, beauty, food, journalism, reportage, still life, people, transportation, travel and landscape, and reconstruct a fascinating chapter in the history of photography in Germany. A rich source book for photo enthusiasts, designers, art directors and professionals in the world of photography. (German edition available ISBN 3-7757-0863-4) The editor: The BFF Bund Freischaffender Foto-Designer was founded in 1969 as a professional association. Today it comprises 500 exclusively freelance photographers and art school teachers and is one of Europe's most respected photographers' associations.

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