post-title Horst Schäfer | The Age of Innocence II – The Beginning of Tomorrow | Galerie Dittmar | 26.02.-02.04.2022

Horst Schäfer | The Age of Innocence II – The Beginning of Tomorrow | Galerie Dittmar | 26.02.-02.04.2022

Horst Schäfer | The Age of Innocence II – The Beginning of Tomorrow | Galerie Dittmar | 26.02.-02.04.2022

Horst Schäfer | The Age of Innocence II – The Beginning of Tomorrow | Galerie Dittmar | 26.02.-02.04.2022

until 02.04. |#3339ARTatBerlin | Galerie Dittmar presents from 26th February 2022 the solo exhibition The Age of Innocence II – The Beginning of Tomorrow with photographies by Horst Schäfer from New York in the 1960s.

Twenty years ago, the gallery showed the first exhibition of Horst Schäfer’s New York photographs from the 1960s under the title “The Age of Innocence”, which was well received by the press. The current presentation, also in view of new uncertainties, takes us back to this exhibition, including works that have not yet been shown.

ART at Berlin - Courtesy of Galerie Dittmar - Horst Schaefer - Astoria Queens 1969
Astoria Queens, The Beginning of Tomorrow, 1969

Horst Schäfer was born in 1932 and emigrated to New York in 1961. He became an early employee of the New York office of Agence France-Press (AFP), thus gaining access to the important press agencies and photo magazines. Works and series appear in Newsweek, Harper’s Bazaar, Life, Fortune, among others. First major contribution in US Camera in 1962, exhibition of “Architectural Views” in Rockefeller Center in 1964, followed by several photo reports in the New York Times. In 1968 he received the award for “Outstanding Press Photographer of the Year 1968”.

In 2020, Edition Dittmar published an expanded and completely revised new edition of the New York catalogue on Horst Schäfer from 2012.

Exhibition dates: Saturday, 26 February to Saturday, 2 April 2022

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Bildunterschrift Titelbild: New York, 33rd Street, 1962

Exhibition Horst Schäfer – Galerie Dittmar | Contemporary Art – Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin – ART at Berlin

 

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