Kehrerverlag Heidelberg
Kehrerverlag Heidelberg
Verlag für Kunst, Kultur und Fotografie
Wieblinger Weg 21
69123 Heidelberg
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Kehrerverlag - Achim Lippoth
Achim Lippoth

The subject seems simple and always the same: Achim Lippoth photographs children: children at dance school, in their room, playing at sports, in costumes. But the presentation and the expression of the little portraitees make the viewer take a closer look.

ISBN 978-3-936636-96-3
48 Euro

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Kehrerverlag - Alain Laboile
Alain Laboile
At the Edge of the World

Completely untrained in photographic technique, Laboile distinguishes himself as one of the great natural talents in the history of the medium.

ISBN 978-3-86828-610-6
ca. Euro 40,–

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Kehrerverlag - André Lützen
André Lützen
Before Elvis there was nothing

50 years after Robert Frank’s The Americans, the German photographer André Lützen sets off on his own odyssey through everyday life in America. His road movie takes us from Colorado to Mississippi, from the desert to subtropical climes – always carefully bypassing Hollywood.

ISBN 978-3-86828-006-7
40 Euro

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Kehrerverlag - André Lützen
André Lützen
Public Private Hanoi

In the photo sequence "Public Private Hanoi", André Lützen makes his way through the urban labyrinth of Hanoi by night. The city is restless, bustling, claustrophobic. Heat and cramped living quarters drive people onto the streets. Doors and windows are flung open wide. The private sphere overflows into the public space. The borderline between inside and outside dissolves.

ISBN 978-3-86828-150-7
39,80 Euro

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Kehrerverlag - Andreas Legath
Andreas Legath

»This book chronicles Legath's travels through Italy over the years 2005 to 2010. Legath's Italy is made up of barren and scorched landscapes that take this form perhaps only for a few weeks of the year.«

ISBN 978-3-86828-218-4
Euro 30,–

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Kehrerverlag - Beth Lilly
Beth Lilly
The Oracle @ WIFI

»What could an artist do with a cell phone camera?« This is the question artist Beth Lilly asked herself and her answer became an ongoing participatory art project. Loosely modeled on divination, she uses her cell phone to make photographs in exchange for a caller’s questions.

ISBN 978-3-86828-292-4
Euro 30,-

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Kehrerverlag - Catherine Leutenegger
Catherine Leutenegger
Kodak City

Catherine Leutenegger’s attentive, deadpan studies of Rochester today explore the face of a city once central to photography but now irrelevant and adrift.

ISBN 978-3-86828-462-1
Euro 39,90

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Kehrerverlag - David Levinthal
David Levinthal

David Levinthal’s latest series, History, is a culmination of his work over the last three-and-a-half decades.

ISBN 978-3-86828-557-4
Euro 39,90

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Kehrerverlag - David Levinthal
David Levinthal

David Levinthal, a central figure in the history of American postmodern photography, has staged uncanny tableaux using toys and miniature dioramas for nearly 40 years.

ISBN 978-3-86828-412-6
39,90 Euro

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Kehrerverlag - Dear Aby Warburg What can be done with images?
Dear Aby Warburg What can be done with images?
Dealing with photographic material

Starting out from an enduring fascination with the Mnemosyne Atlas by Aby Warburg, this reference in the title also pays homage to the ‘artistic’ art historian.

ISBN 978-3-86828-367-9
Euro 36,-

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