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Inge Morath

Inge Morath - Portraits


Each of Inge Morath’s portraits tells a story, tells of history, reveals a personal relationship and gives evidence of an art that shuns stamping its subjects and rather invites them to be as they wish to be before the camera. Pictures from fifty years of a photographer’s life. The photographs are accompanied by three very personal texts about Inge Morath’s work: Arthur Miller, Inge Morath’s husband, has closely observed her at work during numerous travels and describes her photographic style in a masterful essay. Anna Fárová, a Prague curator in charge of Josef Sudek’s estate, remembers Inge Morath’s commitment during the opposition against the Communist regime in former Czechoslovakia. And Robert Delpire, Inge Morath’s first publisher in Paris, thinks of the days when he accompanied the photographer in Iran and Spain.

Inge Morath, *1923 in Graz, Austria. † 2002 in New York.

24.5 × 28.5 cm,128 Pages
104 B/W images
Text: Arthur Miller, Anna Fárová, Robert Delpire

Language: English, German

FOTOHOF>EDITION Bd.: 17 (Otto Müller Verlag)
ISBN: 3-7013-1005-X

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