The black-and-white photographs in the volume 'Bye-bye, Belyn. In a village in Brandenburg' by Conny HÖFLICH show the everyday life of young people in a small village. The photographs were taken between 2005 and 2007.
20,00 € * Weight 0.2 kg
The out-of-print volume on August SANDER shows around 40 b/w photographs that are exemplary for the portrait work created between 1921 and 1930 - around the time of the Weimar Republic: people from Cologne, the Westerwald, the Eifel, Hamburg and Berlin.
18,00 € * Weight 0.5 kg
In the photo volume 'Berlin Havelhöhe. 1960/1961' Benjamin KATZ documents in an extensive convolute of over 400 b/w photographs the everyday life of patients in a clinic housed in former buildings of the National Socialist Reich Academy for Aviation.
24,90 € *
Broschierte Ausgabe ohne Schutzumschlag (wie erschienen), 17,5 x 25 cm., 401 S., zahlr. S/W Foto-Abb., deutsch-sprachiger Text - GERMAN TEXT ONLY!
98,00 € *
by Thomas Seelig & Urs Stahel (eds.) Gebundene Ausgabe mit Schutzumschlag, 25 x 30,5 x 5cm., 400 S., reich bebildert,deutsch-sprachiger Text - here: GERMAN TEXT ONLY!
from 68,00 €
Art historian Ian Jeffrey has sifted through WWII soldier albums and selected the most compelling photos to create a record of lives that have seen the unprecedented. Style & content of the photographs changed along with the collective mood after 1942.
58,00 € *
'Architekturphotographie in Köln. 1926-1932' to the same named exhibition at Museum Ludwig, Cologne, contains b/w photographs by the photographer Werner MANTZ showing Cologne buildings from the 1920s and 30s - photographed in the style of New Objectivity.
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In out-of-print photo book 'Die Deutschen', René BURRI mainly depicts everyday life in Germany, where the bullet holes from the war can still be seen on the wall of the building. Hepursued his project for many decades. In 1986 and 1999, it was republished
0,00 € * Weight 1.5 kg