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HARF ZIMMERMANN - HUFELANDSTRASSE, 1055 BERLIN
HARF ZIMMERMANN - HUFELANDSTRASSE, 1055 BERLIN
2017
132
TELA
978-3-9582926-4-2
INGLES/ ALEMAN
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Hufelandstrasse, 1055 Berlin is Harf Zimmermann’s 1986–87 portrait of the people and places of Hufelandstrasse, a bustling neighborhood street in the heart of communist East Germany. Inspired by Bruce Davidson’s East 100th Street (1970), his radical depiction of life on a block in East Harlem, Zimmermann set about documenting Hufelandstrasse where he also lived at the time.
For over a year, Zimmermann photographed almost daily on the street with his large-format camera, patiently asking shop-owners and residents if he could take their picture. Hufelandstrasse was then home to a cross-section of citizens of the German Democratic Republic, as well as many family-run stores and workshops—from bakeries and cobblers, to a pet shop and even an atelier for repairing women’s stockings—an uncanny concentration of private business which had otherwise been fazed out by the communist state.
This book comprises black-and-white outdoor photos of buildings and groups of people, as well as a number of more intimate color images of families in their apartments. Hufelandstrasse, 1055 Berlin is an historical document beyond nostalgia of life under a regime in agony


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