Seeing, Observing, Thinking.
Photographs by August Sander, with texts by August Sander, Agnès Sire and Gabriele Conrath-Scholl.
160 pp., 113 duotone illustratios, 8x9½".
Reproduced from rare vintage prints, this book presents a prime selection of August Sander’s portraits, Rhine Valley landscapes, and nature studies. Complemented by Sander’s famous 1931 radio speech “Seeing, Observing, Thinking”, it serves as an exquisite manual to the photographer’s oeuvre for years to come, “the essential Sander”, so to speak.