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Saul Leiter - Retrospektive - Katalog zur Ausstellung im Haus der Photographie / Deichtorhallen Hamburg, 2012. Deutsch.-Englisch

Vinc Aletti, Vince Aletti, Margi Erb...

Deichtorhallen H, Haus der Photographi, Taubhor...

English, German; Hardback
Authors Vinc Aletti, Vince Aletti, Margi Erb, Margit Erb, Saul Leiter, Adam Harrison Levy, Adam Harrison u a Levy, Rolf Nobel, Ulrich Rütter, Carrie Springer, Karsten Thormaehlen
Assisted by Deichtorhallen H (Editor), Haus der Photographi (Editor), Taubhor (Editor), Ing Taubhorn (Editor), Ingo Taubhorn (Editor), Woischni (Editor), Woischnik (Editor), Brigitte Woischnik (Editor)
Publisher Kehrer, Heidelberg
 
Subjects
Languages English, German
Product format Hardback
Released 01.01.2016
 
EAN 9783868282580
ISBN 978-3-86828-258-0
No. of pages 294
Dimensions 230 mm x 280 mm x 28 mm
Weight 1360 g
Illustrations m. 155 Farb- und SW-Fotos.
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Saul Leiter has only in recent years been acknowledged as one of the great pioneers of colour photography. Like Robert Frank of Helen Levitt, he found his motifs on the streets of New York, but at the same time was visibly interested in abstraction. This collection, published to mark the first major retrospective of Leiter's work, features for the first time, in addition to his early black and white and colour images, his fashion photography, the overpainted nudes, as well as his paintings and sketchbooks.

About the author

Saul Leiter was born in Pittsburgh in 1923, the son of a rabbi. His work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and in other public and private collections.

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