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Der Rhein und die Fotografie 2016-1853
Der Rhein – 60 fotografische Positionen zwischen Zeugnis und Mythos
2016. Buch. 256 S. Hardcover
Hatje Cantz Verlag ISBN 978-3-7757-4190-3
Format (B x L): 22 x 27 cm
Since the beginning of pictorial production, the Rhine, the most famous of all European rivers, has been the subject of numerous paintings, drawings, and engravings. By and large, these images of the Rhine create and model collective notions that influence our perception of the river to this very day, alternating between testimony and myth, between cliché and art.
The exhibition and catalogue explore the ambivalent correlation between river and image based on photography, that modern technical process that stands in a special field of tension between reality and imagination. More than sixty renowned photographers, primarily from the countries adjacent to the Rhine—Germany, France, Switzerland, and the Netherlands—present a spectrum of photographic positions that range from documentary and photojournalistic to artistic.

The featured photographers: Valeska Achenbach, Bernd Arnold, Boris Becker, Wout Berger, Rolf-Georg Bitsch, Kurt Boecker, René Böll, Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Chargesheimer, Fritz Christian, Hermann Claasen, Jojakim Cortis, Theodor Creifelds, William England, Hannes Maria Flach, Francis Frith, Arthur Grimm, Ruth Hallensleben, Robert Häusser, Hans Heinig, Heinz Held, Claudio Hils, Candida Höfer, Bernd Hoff, Heinrich Hoffmann, Ralf Kaspers, Barbara Klemm, Wilhelm Koch, Michael Lange, Herbert List, Ute Mahler, Werner Mantz, Martin Manz, Charles Marville, Reinhard Matz, Lee Miller, Paul Nathrath, Cas Oorthuys, Isabela Pacini, Ugo Proietti, Gabriele Pütz, Erwin Quedenfeldt, Max Regenberg, Albert Renger-Patzsch, Gerhard Richter, Frits J. Rotgans, August Sander, Theo Schafgans, Nora Schattauer, Jos Schmid, Kris Scholz, Wilhelm Schürmann, Joachim Schumacher, Friedrich Seidenstücker, Adrian Sonderegger, Axel Stoffers, Eusebius Wirdeier, Wolfgang Zurborn

Exhibition: LVR-LandesMuseum Bonn 9.9.2016–22.1.2017
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