Photographs by Helga Paris. Edited by Inka Schube. Essays by Helmut Brade, Jean-Francois Chevrier, Elke Erb, and Inka Schube.
318 pp., 16 b&w illustrations and 184 duotones, 9½x11½".
In this book we find German photographer Helga Paris’s observation of people in their surroundings, her examination of the development of small social groups within their broader political settings, and her documentation of how time has changed her and her subjects. These subjects have included East Berlin bars, East Berlin youth, garbage collectors, and the town of Halle. Four essays accompanying the chronological sequence of nearly 200 photographs examine various aspects of Paris’s work.
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