About German photographer, Harf ZIMMERMANN (b.1955)

Harf ZIMMERMANN moved in 1961 to Berlin where he today lives and works. After initially training as a journalist, Harf ZIMMERMANN studied photography under Arno FISCHER at the Academy of Fine Arts in Leipzig. He is a founding member of the photographic agency Ostkreuz; today he contributes to a range of international magazines.

Photo books by Harf ZIMMERMANN

  • 'Aufbruch nach Deutschland. Vierzehn Fotoessays (1993, together with works by Ute MAHLER, a.o.); 'Olympiastadion Berlin. Steine beginnen zu reden' (1999); 'Dresden Vaterstadt. 1945-2005' (2005, together with Jochen ZIMMERMANN); 'Berlin' (2006); 'Berlin Panorama' (2006, 2011); 'Weltkulturerbe Dresdner Elbtal' (2007); 'Dresden Panorama' (2007); 'Frankreich Panorama' (2009); 'Das Dresdenposter' (2011); 'Berlins neue Mitte. Momentaufnahme' (2011); 'Schlösser an der Loire' (2013); 'Die Bahn, die Berlin bewegt. 150 Jahre Straßenbahn' (2015); 'Brandwand' (2015, together with Robert POLIDORI); 'Hufelandstraße, 1055 Berlin' (2017); 'Sad Eyed Lady' (2019);

Out-of-print 'Hufelandstrasse. 1055 Berlin' by Harf ZIMMERMANN presents b/w images of people & buildings on this street, as well as intimate color photographs of families in their homes. A historical document of a journey through time devoid of nostalgia.
0,00 € * Weight 1 kg
In the photographic volume 'The Sad-Eyed Lady', photographer Harf ZIMMERMANN documents the Berliner Luft- und Badeparadies ('Blub' for short), a once popular swimming and leisure center in the Berlin district of Britz, which is now a graffiti-covered ruin
58,00 € Weight 1.6 kg
The photo book 'Brandmauern' (firewalls) by Harf ZIMMERMANN contains traces of the bombings of the Second World War, with bullet holes, bomb splinters and outlines of past buildings, whether densely overgrown, bare or covered with graffiti and advertising
78,00 € * Weight 1.6 kg