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Insight,by Jerry Berndt

  • Insight,by Jerry Berndt

Insight

Jerry Berndt

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This book focuses on Berndt's work from the 1960s to the 1980s. Jerry Berndt was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 1943. As a photojournalist, he has worked in Haiti, El Salvador, Guatemala, Rwanda and Armenia and his work has been published in The New York Times
 
According to Magnum photographer Eugene Richards, American-born, Paris-based photographer Jerry Berndt "goes somewhere and makes you feel what it felt like, not just what it looked like." Over the course of his four-decade-plus career in photography, Berndt has erased the routine divide between spontaneous documentary photography and Conceptual artwork. Berndt first achieved public acclaim with his now-famous work, Combat Zone (1967-1970), which documented life in Boston's red-light district. At the beginning of the 1970s, Berndt pitched commercial iconography of the day-to-day world against the psychology of nocturnal moods with the project Nite Works, a series of night-time shots of American and European cities. With his documentations of the anti-Vietnam War movement and of homelessness in America in the early 1980s, Berndt put his finger on the unresolved conflicts of his country and photographed them unflinchingly, always cutting directly to the emotional content of the subject at hand. Gathering these numerous projects.
Titel Insight
Author Jerry Berndt
Signed No
ISBN 9783865217257
Language German
Dimensions (cm hxb) 24 x 28
Book condition New
Cover condition Very good
Condition description unread copy
Binding Hardcover including dustjacket
Edition First edition
Pages 248
Publisher Steidl & Partners
Publishing date 2009
Publishing place Göttingen
Number published No
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