The very comprehensive presentation of Evelyn Hofer's (1922-2009) work, with around 200 pieces from all her creative phases, is on display in Germany for the first time. A particular emphasis lies on her photographic essays for magazines.
Named “America's most famous 'unknown' female photographer” by the American art critic, Hilton Kramer, Hofer's work (starting from the 1940s) ranges from architecture and landscapes, to interiors, still lifes and portraits.
The retrospective follows the Villa Struck Museum's tradition of presenting pictures by internationally acclaimed female photographers. Previous exhibitions included works by Grete Stern, Helen Levitt, Madame Yevonde, Herlinde Koelbl and, most recently, Regina Schmeken.
Further information at: Villa Struck