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This elegant, high-quality illustrated volume presents some incredible views of Berlin in over 100 color and duo-tone photographs. It focuses above all on the city's cultural and political centers, including the Brandenburg Gate in Pariser Platz, the government quarter around the Reichstag, the Museum Island and Gendarmenmarkt.
Wolfgang Scholvien's atmospheric photography creates a fascinating panorama of a city that has rediscovered itself, and thus its identity and beauty, after decades of insecurity and changing landscapes; with accompanying text relating to the historical and contemporary significance of these urban sites, this volume is an interesting and detailed account of the new Berlin.
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Wolfgang Scholvien, born in 1950, first worked in Paris and London as a fashion photographer, and after that for 30 years for major industrial and service companies from eminent advertising agencies. From 1987 to 1992 he also photographed 80 Grand Prix Formula 1 races for the magazines Stern and Sports Illustrated. He made a name for himself in the book world and on the art market with numerous book and calendar publications, and with his portfolios, published in 2010, documenting 40 years of work as a photo-journalist.
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Book Description Nicholaische Verlagsbuchhandlu, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P113894797290
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