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1939 10 31
Herlinde Koelbl (born 31 October 1939) is a German photographic artist, author and documentary filmer.
Her comprehensive work is characterized above all by long-term photographic projects, often complemented by in-depth interviews. She is particularly interested in creating portraits of milieus and people. Herlinde Koelbl has received a number of awards for her photographic work, for example the Dr Erich Salomon Prize in 2001. Since 2009, she has regularly worked as an author and photographer for ZEIT magazine, in the column “What saved me”.
Wikipedia, last updated 2022.08.25
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