About German-canadian photographer, Fred HERZOG (1930-2019)

Growing up in Stuttgart, Germany, Fred HERZOG emigrated to Canada in 1952 and spent some time in Toronto and Montreal before settling in Vancouver in 1953. He worked as a medical photographer at St. Paul's Hospital and took photographs in his spare time. In the 1960s and 1970s, he taught in the Fine Arts Departments at the University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University. It wasn't until digital pigment printing processes enabled him to reproduce the color intensity of Kodachrome slides taken with his Leica in the early 2000s. His pioneering work in color photography came to prominence with his first major solo exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery in 2007 and gained wide international recognition. His photographs are part of numerous private and public collections, including the Vancouver Art Gallery and the National Gallery of Canada. He has participated in exhibitions in North America: National Gallery of Canada, Presentation House Gallery, Vancouver Art Gallery and UBC Fine Arts Gallery (now Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery) - as well as worldwide: Laurence Miller Gallery, New York and C/O Berlin in Germany.

Photo books on the work by Fred HERZOG

  • 'Photographs' (2011); 'Photographs. Catalog Berlin' (2011); 'Modern Color' (2016); 'Black and White' (2022)

'Black and White' shows the lesser-known facet of the work of the photographer Fred HERZOG who emigrated in the early 1950s to Vancouver. Complementing 'Modern Color', it gathers almost graphic scenes of light & shadow and moments of life outside the city
34,00 € *
This volume, 'Modern Color' to the work of Fred HERZOG, brings together more than 230 color photographs, most of which had never been reproduced before. It contains text contributions by the highly esteemed authors David Campany and Hans-Michael Koetzle.
40,00 € Weight 2 kg
HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 31 x 26 x 2,5 cm., 256 pp., more than 250 color ills., English
198,00 € * Weight 1.7 kg
SIGNED! 'Reden wir über Fotografie" (Let's talk about photography) is a collection of essays and interviews by photo historian Hans-Michael Koetzle. He accompanies us on amazing paths through the history & present of photography, an alway in flux medium.
29,80 € * Weight 0.4 kg
German-language monograph on Fred HERZOG, pioneer of color photography, who perfected the eye for the seemingly insignificant: streets, supermarkets, gas stations, bars, landscapes and people of his surroundings and the ups & downs of the American Dream.
98,00 € * Weight 0.8 kg
The compendium 'Augen auf!' offers an art and cultural history of the Leica from the 1920s to the present day. With essays on the technical genesis of the Leica, its influence on modern photojournalism and its significance for the photographic avant-garde
98,00 € *