The German photojournalist Robert Lebeck was a self-taught photographer who freelanced in various publications in Heidelberg. His works with the German weekly Stern was his real breakthrough as a photojournalist, and for 30 years he worked on the coverage. Having captured the independence of the Congo, Lebeck was set off to become the photographer of the 60’s.
In the year 1968, Lebeck captured several historical moments through snapshots that marked the year, such as Robert Kennedy’s funeral in which with him died the hope of peace in Vietnam, Richard Nixon’s electoral campaign, the Spring of 1868 in Prague, which markets the student revolts, the German Shooting Festival, and many more. 1968 was a busy, fruitful year of photography with Lebeck, and this display is a comprehensive work of the photographer in Stern Magazine, which was one of the highest-circulation magazines in Germany.
Catch the show Robert Lebeck: 1968 at the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, running through July 22 as they show many unreleased photographs of Lebeck.
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From a snippet that aired on CBS Sunday Morning, "Capturing the Moment" is a segment that focused on photojournalist Eddie Adams, who won his Pulitzer in 1969 for his famous image of a Vietcong prisoner about to be executed at a street in Saigon. Other photographers share their inklings as well.
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