Liselotte Strelow Retrospektive 1908-1981

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Edited by: Landschaftsverband Rheinland/Rheinisches LandesMuseum Bonn Texts by: Prof. Klaus Honnef, Adelheid Teuber, Johanna Wolf-Breede, Sydney Darchinger German 2008, 320 Pages, 282 Ills. Hardcover 307mm x 250mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-2238-4
A Who’s Who of the young Federal Republic of Germany—the masterful portrait photographs by Liselotte Strelow.

Liselotte Strelow was a household name inGermany in the years of postwar reconstruction and the “economic miracle.” She took portraits of important personages from the world of business and politics, and of prominent authors, painters, musicians, actors, and architects. From Gottfried Benn to Hans Werner Henze, Jean Cocteau, and Ernst von Salomon, and from Hermann Hesse to Oscar Fritz Schuh, Joseph Beuys, Oskar Kokoschka, Salvador Dali, and Hans Scharoun. From Hildegard Knef to Marlene Dietrich, Helene Weigel, Elisabeth Flickenschildt, and Ingeborg Bachmann, as well as Theodor Heuss. There is no end to the list of names.Liselotte Strelow’s photographic style set standards. It is not an exaggeration to claim that “the one and only Strelow” decisively influenced the public perception of central protagonists from this era in the history of postwar Germany. On the centennial of her birth, this monograph analyzes the artistry and working method of this superb photographer in numerous in part never-before-published photographs and documents. Exhibition schedule: Landschaftsverband Rheinland, Rheinisches LandesMuseum Bonn, September 11, 2008–January 4, 2009 · Historisches Museum Frankfurt, January 22–April 13, 2009 · Willy-Brandt-Haus, Berlin,  March-April 2010 · Kunsthalle Erfurt, May-June 2010