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Stern Portfolio No. 67 Volker Hinz (Stern Fotografie Portfolios) (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 15. März 2012

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Ganz nah dran Muhammad Ali, Franz Beckenbauer, Woody Allen in 40 Jahren als Fotograf für den Stern porträtierte Volker Hinz unzählige Prominente. Ein neuer Bildband feiert sein Lebenswerk. (Gala, D, Nr. 17, 19.04.2012)

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Volker Hinz is a veteran photojournalist who worked for Stern since 1974. Most famous are his portraits of celebrities like Muhammad Ali and Woody Allen, fashion designers and, German politicians.

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While the photographs included in this volume have the immediacy of a candid snapshot one is also aware that they are works of art. The way that Volker Hinz phonographs has been described as "the art of intuition and atmosphere." How true as you will see for yourself when examining the selections in this estimable collection. While you will, indeed, see the faces of numerous famous people you'll not be looking at their faces as presented to the public but rather you'll be seeing them as authentic human beings. How Hinz accomplishes this I know not - only that he does it amazingly well.

Born in Hamburg, Germany he first became known early in the 1970s as he captured politics in Germany. For some 40 years he has been shooting photos for Stern magazine and has in fact become known as the eyes of his country. Hinz's work at Stern provided entree to people and places throughout the world including shots of New York in the wee hours, Mexico and Hollywood. For his efforts he received the prestigious World Press Award, additional honors and countless accolades. He is, indeed, a photojournalist without peer.

As you browse this volume you'll find photographs of notables in all areas of life from the theatre to sports to politics. In many of the shots it seems that the subject had been caught in an unguarded moment yet I realize this is probably not true but the charm, warmth and honesty of the photo is totally due to Hinz's skill. His work is in great demand, garnering top dollar at auction yet is gathered here for our pleasure - enjoy!

- Gail Cooke
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In his fine introduction to these even finer photographs, Dominik Wichmann makes the following observation: "Pictures impact when you can look into them, like into a real life, and not when you have to look over them like on a surface." I can think of no better description of this superb collection from the 1970's up to 2011 of the German photographer Volker Hinz. Sometimes you are about as close to the subject as is possible to go: for instance, the close-ups of a woman's breasts ("A party to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Playboy, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, USA, 1979") or "A tourist, New Orleans, UA, 1979"-- I have a friend whose hands look so much like these in the photo that it is eerie-- or the shot of Lady Gaga's breasts and hands in those scary gloves. Many of the shots, in both black and white and in color, look like snapshots (Mick Jagger jumping for instance) while others appear to be formally posed portraits (Woody Allen and one of my favorites from the series of other photographers, Joel-Peter Witkin, to name just two). To a photo, they are intriguing, inviting and sometimes edgy. Who else would photograph Helmut Kohl the way Hinz does, in front of two horses with their backsides in the reader's face? An interesting commentary on Mr. Kohl I believe.

While many of the images are of celebrities-- designers, sports figures, politicians, famous photographers--the shots of unknowns are just as interesting: for example, the photographs taken at the Area Club in New York or "A man with a pin-up calendar, Detroit, USA, 1982." Mr. Wichmann makes much in his introduction of Mr. Hinz's intuition and ability to get the right photograph at just the right time. The shot of Leonard Bernstein is a perfect example. The people in the background also have a story to tell and don't we want to know what they are about as well. Or the couple dancing behind Chet Baker on the next page.

My favorite photo in the whole book is that of "The chairwoman of the Christian Democratic Union, Angela Merkel, Berlin, 2006." Mr. Hinz uses a collage method-- if that is the proper name for it-- where he had taken two shots of Ms. Merkel and printed one slightly over the other, a technique that David Hockey devoted an entire book to, by the way. This is just a fine photograph that you cannot get away from.

Like all good books of photography, this is one that you will come back to again and again.
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