Dietmar Riemann (*1950) produced his most important photographic works between 1975 and 1989 in the former GDR. In addition to insights into life in a retirement home or a home for people with mental disabilities, or the humorous record of leisure pursuits at the racetrack, his photos also document the design of public space through walls, fences, shop windows, and propaganda signs. Details of everyday life and the spatial surroundings in Riemann’s social documentary photography not only convey an impression of life in the GDR, but also provide a vivid understanding of the basic conditions of human existence.
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21 colored and 94 b/w illustrations
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