The World on the Upper Rhine - Photographs by Robert Häusser from the 1960s
22.09. - 12.11.2022
Parallel to the large special exhibition " Die Welt am Oberrhein - Fotografien von Robert Häusser aus den 1960er Jahren" ("The World on the Upper Rhine - Photographs by Robert Häusser from the 1960s") at the Reiss-Engelhorn Museums in Mannheim, Döbele Kunst Mannheim is publishing an edition of the 30 most beautiful motifs in small editions of only 10 copies each.
The first eight works shown on our website are available at a price of EUR 1.200,-, all further works at a price of EUR 980,-.
The entire edition will be on view from September 22 to November 12, 2022 in our gallery space at Leibnizstraße 26.
In 1995, Robert Häusser was the first German photographer to receive what is probably the most important prize in photography, the Hasselblad Award, and is considered one of the few internationally renowned German photographers of the post-war period.
His documentation of urban and rural life along the Upper Rhine was produced between 1961 and 1965 as a long-term project commissioned by the Braun publishing house in Karlsruhe. It not only reflects the political, social and economic changes in the region at the height of the so-called "economic miracle," but also testifies to Häusser's immense talent and the breadth of his work.