On the occasion of the 80th birthday of Stern photographer and Worldpress Photo Award winner Wolfgang Kunz, a pop-up exhibition at Camaro Haus shows a selection of early photographs. Six decades ago, Kunz captured unusual views and rare moments in people’s lives with his black-and-white photographs on the streets of European and North African cities.
Before Wolfgang Kunz (*1942) travelled to war zones in Vietnam, Northern Ireland and Turkey as a photojournalist for Stern and Zeit magazine from the 1970s onwards, or provided travel reports for Geo, he set out independently in the 1960s in search of motifs in European and North African cities. In Marrakech, London, Paris, Valencia, Barcelona and Ibiza, he meets people on the street …
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Image above: Courtesy of Camaro Haus – © Wolfgang Kunz, Rauchende Männer, Amsterdam 1966