Anderswo (signed + print)

by Erich Lessing


Photographs: Erich Lessing

Publisher: Nimbus.

168 pages

Pictures: 112 (b/w)

Year: 2014

ISBN: 978-3-907142-98-1

Price: 250

Comments: Hardcover with jacket, first edition, language: German, 21 x 30 cm. Special edition with a silver gelatin print of the fall of the Lenin statue in Budapest 1956.

Erich Lessing was born in Vienna 1923. He emigrated to Palestine with the last ship in 1939. After several different jobs he rediscovered his passion for photography and started to work for the British Army. After returning to Vienna in 1946, he worked as a photojournalist. When Henri Cartier-Bresson saw his work, they arranged a meeting in Paris and Lessing became a member of Magnum. His reportage about the Hungarian uprising in 1956 made him world-famous. "Anderswo" is a collection of his work, whereby most of the photographs presented are published for the first time.


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Anderswo (signed + print)

by Erich Lessing


Photographs: Erich Lessing

Publisher: Nimbus.

168 pages

Pictures: 112 (b/w)

Year: 2014

ISBN: 978-3-907142-98-1

Price: 250

Comments: Hardcover with jacket, first edition, language: German, 21 x 30 cm. Special edition with a silver gelatin print of the fall of the Lenin statue in Budapest 1956.

Erich Lessing was born in Vienna 1923. He emigrated to Palestine with the last ship in 1939. After several different jobs he rediscovered his passion for photography and started to work for the British Army. After returning to Vienna in 1946, he worked as a photojournalist. When Henri Cartier-Bresson saw his work, they arranged a meeting in Paris and Lessing became a member of Magnum. His reportage about the Hungarian uprising in 1956 made him world-famous. "Anderswo" is a collection of his work, whereby most of the photographs presented are published for the first time.


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Anderswo (signed + print)

by Erich Lessing


Photographs: Erich Lessing

Publisher: Nimbus.

168 pages

Pictures: 112 (b/w)

Year: 2014

ISBN: 978-3-907142-98-1

Price: 250

Comments: Hardcover with jacket, first edition, language: German, 21 x 30 cm. Special edition with a silver gelatin print of the fall of the Lenin statue in Budapest 1956.

Erich Lessing was born in Vienna 1923. He emigrated to Palestine with the last ship in 1939. After several different jobs he rediscovered his passion for photography and started to work for the British Army. After returning to Vienna in 1946, he worked as a photojournalist. When Henri Cartier-Bresson saw his work, they arranged a meeting in Paris and Lessing became a member of Magnum. His reportage about the Hungarian uprising in 1956 made him world-famous. "Anderswo" is a collection of his work, whereby most of the photographs presented are published for the first time.


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more books tagged »retrospective« | >> see all

more books tagged »documentary« | >> see all

more books tagged »black and white« | >> see all

more books tagged »Austrian« | >> see all

more books tagged »Hungary« | >> see all

more books tagged »magnum photographer« | >> see all

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