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HOLGER SÀ, JÜRGEN SCHADEBERG, KAI PFAFFENBACH, KURT HUTTON, MATHIEU BITTON, MICHAEL FRIEDEL, THOMAS HOEPKER, TORSTEN ANDREAS HOFFMANN, WALTER VOGEL, WERNER BISCHOF - WINTER COLLECTION 2021
"The Greatest of all time" Muhammad Ali accompanied by Magnum photographer Thomas Hoepker, Nelson Mandela, symbolic figure for the freedom struggle of the black population in South Africa, whom Jürgen Schadeberg, who passed away last year, saw through his lens for decades, but also the first division soccer team Eintracht Frankfurt during their probably most formative matches, photographed by Holger Sà, as well as Torsten A. Hoffmann's architectural contrasts of the cities Frankfurt and New York are part of the Winter Collection 2020/21.
These and other special photographs by the reportage and street photographers Kai Pfaffenbach, Kurt Hutton, Régis Bossu and Werner Bischof invite you to take an extensive tour through moving and long-forgotten times.
Mathieu Bitton, Michael Friedel and Walter Vogel complement the exhibitions with their portrayals of well-known personalities. An exhibition that recalls moments steeped in history, but also the very current time when it was carefree to meet people: at concerts, dates for an espresso in a crowded city café, visits to stadiums and hairdressers, and much more.
Leica Galerie Frankfurt
Großer Hirschgraben 15