Verweilter Augenblick / Lingering Moment

by Hansgert Lambers


Photographs: Hansgert Lambers

Text: Ian Jeffrey, Irene Bazinger, Matthias Reichelt

Publisher: Fotohof

334 pages

Year: 2022

ISBN: 978-3-903334-40-3

Comments: Hardcover, 21.3 x 25 cm.

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In the street photography of Hansgert Lambers (*1937 in Hanover), which he took over seven decades in Barcelona, Berlin/GDR and West Berlin, Bologna, London, Ostrava, Paris and Prague, his interest in people, characterized by humanism and curiosity, is palpable. Happiness, eroticism, sadness, and the hardships of life can be found in his pictures as states of existence belonging to the human condition.

Whether his photographs capture the discrepancy between the anonymity of huge housing complexes and the solitary presence of a child at play, or the intimate happiness of a rather inhospitable environment in Ostrava in the former ČSSR, his images tell stories that unfold in the minds of the viewers:inside.

Hansgert Lambers never devoted himself professionally to photography. Although he photographed almost all his life, his work is still to be discovered by many. Lambers describes himself as a "lover of photography" and devotes himself to it not only as a photographer, but also as a publisher (ex pose Verlag) and reviewer.


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Verweilter Augenblick / Lingering Moment

by Hansgert Lambers


Photographs: Hansgert Lambers

Text: Ian Jeffrey, Irene Bazinger, Matthias Reichelt

Publisher: Fotohof

334 pages

Year: 2022

ISBN: 978-3-903334-40-3

Comments: Hardcover, 21.3 x 25 cm.

sold out

In the street photography of Hansgert Lambers (*1937 in Hanover), which he took over seven decades in Barcelona, Berlin/GDR and West Berlin, Bologna, London, Ostrava, Paris and Prague, his interest in people, characterized by humanism and curiosity, is palpable. Happiness, eroticism, sadness, and the hardships of life can be found in his pictures as states of existence belonging to the human condition.

Whether his photographs capture the discrepancy between the anonymity of huge housing complexes and the solitary presence of a child at play, or the intimate happiness of a rather inhospitable environment in Ostrava in the former ČSSR, his images tell stories that unfold in the minds of the viewers:inside.

Hansgert Lambers never devoted himself professionally to photography. Although he photographed almost all his life, his work is still to be discovered by many. Lambers describes himself as a "lover of photography" and devotes himself to it not only as a photographer, but also as a publisher (ex pose Verlag) and reviewer.


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Verweilter Augenblick / Lingering Moment

by Hansgert Lambers


Photographs: Hansgert Lambers

Text: Ian Jeffrey, Irene Bazinger, Matthias Reichelt

Publisher: Fotohof

334 pages

Year: 2022

ISBN: 978-3-903334-40-3

Comments: Hardcover, 21.3 x 25 cm.

sold out

In the street photography of Hansgert Lambers (*1937 in Hanover), which he took over seven decades in Barcelona, Berlin/GDR and West Berlin, Bologna, London, Ostrava, Paris and Prague, his interest in people, characterized by humanism and curiosity, is palpable. Happiness, eroticism, sadness, and the hardships of life can be found in his pictures as states of existence belonging to the human condition.

Whether his photographs capture the discrepancy between the anonymity of huge housing complexes and the solitary presence of a child at play, or the intimate happiness of a rather inhospitable environment in Ostrava in the former ČSSR, his images tell stories that unfold in the minds of the viewers:inside.

Hansgert Lambers never devoted himself professionally to photography. Although he photographed almost all his life, his work is still to be discovered by many. Lambers describes himself as a "lover of photography" and devotes himself to it not only as a photographer, but also as a publisher (ex pose Verlag) and reviewer.


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more books tagged »German« | >> see all

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more books tagged »Germany« | >> see all

more books tagged »black and white« | >> see all

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