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LFI Magazin 07/2012
Talking With: Jens Erdman Rasmussen, curator at Det Nationale Fotomuseum in Copenhagen, speaks about the past and present situation of photography in Denmark.
Portfolio: Dead Traffic. Over a decade after the civil war, Danish photographer Kim Thue presents everyday life for youths and their gangs in Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone.
Reportage: A Price of the Future. The mining of coveted rare earth metals takes place in the furthest reaches of China – a photo reportage by Véronique de Viguerie and Manon Querouil.
Leica-World: Get all innovations of Photokina 2012. Leica-World: The new Leica M, new Leica S and lenses. Compact cameras: D-Lux 6, V-Lux 4, X2 Edition Paul Smith and X à la Carte.
No Man’s Land: Fences and walls give the world structure yet create a chaotic conglomerate – good enough reason for Robert McCann to photograph them time and time again.
Portfolio: Head-on. There are few subjects as captivating for the viewer as the human face. Peer Kugler’s straightforward portraits stand out because of their severe and formal emphasis.
Leica Classic: Araki: Love by Leica. Love is the force that drives him, leading to both productivity and provocation: Araki, one of the most influential representatives of Japanese photography.
- Talking With: Jens Erdman Rasmussen, curator at Det Nationale Fotomuseum in Copenhagen, speaks about the past and present situation of photography in Denmark.