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Brandt and Warhol: Photos of Barbara Klemm in Oberhausen

Heads of state Willy Brandt and Leonid Brezhnev in Bonn in 1973, Andy Warhol in front of Goethe’s portrait of Wilhelm Tischbein in the Frankfurt Städel: These well-known black and white images by FAZ photographer Barbara Klemm are on display in the Ludwig Gallery in Oberhausen. The exhibition with around 120 works, newspaper articles and books will be open from Sunday until May 7, the museum announced. “Black and White Is Color Enough: Photographs from 1967 to 2019” is the motto of the exhibition.

Heads of state Willy Brandt and Leonid Brezhnev in Bonn in 1973, Andy Warhol in front of Goethe’s portrait of Wilhelm Tischbein in the Frankfurt Städel: These well-known black and white images by FAZ photographer Barbara Klemm are on display in the Ludwig Gallery in Oberhausen. The exhibition with around 120 works, newspaper articles and books will be open from Sunday until May 7, the museum announced. “Black and White Is Color Enough: Photographs from 1967 to 2019” is the motto of the exhibition.

Klemm was born in Münster in 1939 and soon moved to Frankfurt. From 1970 to 2005 she was an editorial photographer for the FAZ, documenting much of Germany’s postwar history, from the student riots of the 1960s to the East-West conflict and the fall of the Wall to reunification.

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