A photo exhibition by Heinz Baade
Intriguing and beautiful black and white images of Heinz Baade
Presentation of Heinz and cart you will find after pictures
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Germany, 1974 (1)
Seagull, France 1999
Germany, 1974 (2)
Grafitti, Germany 2012
My father with the Cat, Germany 1974
The Jumper, Denmark 1975
Homeless, Germany 1996
At the river Elbe, Germany 1996
Germany, 1974 (3)
Germany, 1974 (4)
Memorial concentration camp Hamburg-Neuengamme, 2014 (1)
The dead fish, Denmark 1993
Memorial concentration camp Hamburg-Neuengamme, 2014 (2)
Brittany, France, 1999
Adriana (1), Germany 2006
Adriana (2), Germany 2006
Spring fire, Germany 2000
Exhausted man, Paris 1976
France, (2) 1999
My father, Germany 1975
Shoes in the tree, Germany 2010
Black Tree, Germany 1996
Memorial "The children from Bullenhuserdamm".
This was a subcamp of the concentration camp Hamburg-Neuengamme. In this cellar the 20 Jewish children were hanged on 20 April 1945 The room is only about 9 x 12 feet tall. On the floor are to see memorial - utensils of visitors; among other things, a wreath, teddy bears and candles. On the wall are written explanations to the events - including the names of all 20 Jewish children with the age specified when they died.
Hamburg, Germany 1982
Memorial concentration camp Bergen-Belsen.
In the Documentation Centre of the former concentration camp Bergen-Belsen near the city of Hannover. In the center monitors are installed in those video contributions survivor be played. Until the liberation of the camp by British troops on 15 April 1945 at least 52,000 prisoners died in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp due to the prison conditions. For thousands it was a way station to the death camps. On the camp grounds there are many memorial sites and mass graves. On the photo you see the extensive documentation center from the inside and a former inmate who reported on the storage conditions
Germany, (2) 1999
Hamburg, Germany 2015
French pyrenees, 1985
Presentation Heinz Baade
Heinz Baade was born in 1958 in a small village in northern Germany.
He discovered at an early age, photography and natural sciences as his great passions and preserves both until today. His keen interest in the preservation of the environment led him to study environmental engineering sciences and he also built a career in the profession. Heinz Baade is a autodidact and he looks back on its own 40-year-old photographical experience. He encapsulates a wide range of subjects using analog cameras as he believes that too much of digital manipulation can rob the "soul" of an image.
However, he also has all his photographs digitized, because he came to the realization that the work is too time consuming in a darkroom. Heinz Baade believes that the magic of a photograph is often reinforced by the reduction to black & white; he attaches importance to a clear image construction with sharp contrasts, directness and authenticity. The nature of his photographic work includes a documentary style on the one side and on the other side an artistic aspect – but he also tries to combine both aspects.
Heinz Baade lives in Hamburg.
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