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eBook Robert Lebeck: Tokyo/ Moscow/ Leopoldville (Bk. 1) ePub
Author: Robert Lebeck
Language: English
ISBN: 3865215270
ISBN13: 978-3865215277
Publisher: Steidl; Slp edition (December 1, 2007)
Pages: 580
Category: Photography & Video
Subcategory: Photo
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 821
Formats: doc txt mbr lrf
ePub file: 1695 kb
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Photographer Robert Lebeck was interested not only in "the event" in and of itself, but also in the stories on the fringes and the people behind the images.

Photographer Robert Lebeck was interested not only in "the event" in and of itself, but also in the stories on the fringes and the people behind the images. Lebeck was frequently to be found in that elusive terrain most photographers dream of: the right place at the right time.

Robert Lebeck (21 March 1929 – 14 June 2014) was an award-winning German photojournalist. At the age of fifteen Lebeck was drafted into the Wehrmacht and sent to the Eastern Front where he was captured as a POW by the Soviet Army. Finally repatriated after World War II, he finished high school at the Donaueschingen Fürstenberg Gymnasium, and went on to study ethnology in Zurich and New York.

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Photographer Robert Lebeck was interested not only in "the event" in and of itself, but also in the stories on the fringes . This handsomely slipcased three-volume monograph gathers images from Moscow, Tokyo and Leopoldville (current-day Kinshasa)

Photographer Robert Lebeck was interested not only in "the event" in and of itself, but also in the stories on the fringes and the people behind the images. His photographs of Japan contrast the wealth of a few with the poverty of many. These pictures of Africa, Asia and the Soviet Union, mostly made in the early 1960s, show a world in upheaval, a world in which extremes were colliding. This handsomely slipcased three-volume monograph gathers images from Moscow, Tokyo and Leopoldville (current-day Kinshasa). Photographer Robert Lebeck was interested not only in the event in and of itself, but also in the stories on the fringes and the people behind the images.

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Moscow, Tokyo, Leopoldville. This book can be found in ICP Library. Hours & Admissions. Find Us. Museum Tickets.

Essays by Elisabeth Leopold, Rudolf Leopold, Franz Smola and Birgit Summerauer outline the milieu and career . Описание: This fascinating new book explores how Egon Schiele reinvented the art of portraiture, brilliantly capturing the inner lives of his numerous subjects.

Essays by Elisabeth Leopold, Rudolf Leopold, Franz Smola and Birgit Summerauer outline the milieu and career of this provocative artist but also highlight Schiele's place among the great masters of the 20th century. Автор: Siegfried Название: Art of Louis-Leopold Boilly ISBN: 0300063326 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780300063325 Издательство: Yale University Press Рейтинг

Im Sommer 1962 kehrte der junge Fotoreporter Robert Lebeck von seinen ersten großen Reportagereisen nach . Sie trug den Titel Tokio – Moskau – Leopoldville und war im September 1962 Lebecks erste wichtige Schau.

Im Sommer 1962 kehrte der junge Fotoreporter Robert Lebeck von seinen ersten großen Reportagereisen nach Japan, Afrika und in die Sowjetunion nach Hamburg zurück. Dort beeindruckten seine Aufnahmen so sehr, daß ihm eine Ausstellung im Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe organisiert wurde. Dieses opulent gestaltete Buch in drei Bänden ist eine Wiederbegegnung mit dieser Ausstellung. Es enthält jene 253 Bilder, die damals zu sehen waren, ergänzt um weitere Aufnahmen aus dieser Zeit.

Last updated February 18, 2019. Ambroise Boimbo was a Congolese citizen who snatched the ceremonial sword of King Baudouin I of Belgium on June 29, 1960 in Léopoldville on the eve of the independence of the Belgian Congo

Last updated February 18, 2019. Robert Lebeck in 2011. Robert Lebeck (21 March 1929 – 14 June 2014) was an award-winning German photojournalist. Ambroise Boimbo was a Congolese citizen who snatched the ceremonial sword of King Baudouin I of Belgium on June 29, 1960 in Léopoldville on the eve of the independence of the Belgian Congo. He was a former soldier who originated from Monkoto, Tshuapa. Belgium, officially the Kingdom of Belgium, is a sovereign state in Western Europe.

Photographer Robert Lebeck was interested not only in "the event" in and of itself, but also in the stories on the fringes and the people behind the images. Lebeck was frequently to be found in that elusive terrain most photographers dream of: the right place at the right time. When he took the photo "Rapier Thief" on his tour of Africa in 1960, for instance, he captured a symbolic portrait of the end of European colonial power--an image which has since become a classic of press photography. His photographs of Japan contrast the wealth of a few with the poverty of many. And when he photographed in the Soviet Union in 1962, he demonstrated a rare understanding of its culture. This handsomely slipcased three-volume monograph gathers images from Moscow, Tokyo and Leopoldville (current-day Kinshasa). These pictures of Africa, Asia and the Soviet Union, mostly made in the early 1960s, show a world in upheaval, a world in which extremes were colliding. Furthermore, they suggests that there is much more to be considered than that which is presented in the photographic image.
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