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Leni Riefenstahl. Africa Edition of 2,500

Leni Riefenstahl. Africa Edition of 2,500 Leni Riefenstahl. Africa Edition of 2,500
Leni Riefenstahl. Africa Edition of 2,500 Leni Riefenstahl. Africa Edition of 2,500Leni Riefenstahl. Africa Edition of 2,500 Leni Riefenstahl. Africa Edition of 2,500Leni Riefenstahl. Africa Edition of 2,500 Leni Riefenstahl. Africa Edition of 2,500Leni Riefenstahl. Africa Edition of 2,500 Leni Riefenstahl. Africa Edition of 2,500

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Leni Riefenstahl. Africa
Edition of 2,500

“If Leni Riefenstahl had done nothing but visit Africa and bring back her photographs, her place in history would be secure.” —Kevin Brownlow, from the introduction
Published in 2002 on the occasion of her 100th birthday, this book brings together Leni Riefenstahl’s astonishing Africa portfolio. The first female film director to attract international acclaim, Riefenstahl began frequent trips to Africa in her early sixties, where she worked on various film and photography projects. Her favorite destination was Sudan, where she immersed herself in the Nuba tribe, learning their customs and their language.
As warm and welcoming people, the Nuba offered Riefenstahl some escape from her past as a protégé of the Third Reich. She would later recall her experiences in Africa as the happiest moments in her life. This monumental book gathers her images of the Nuba, as well as of the Dinka, Shilluk, and Masai tribes into a deeply evocative publication, capturing not only the beauty, expression, and age-old customs of the Nuba, but also Riefentahl’s profound respect and love for these people and their land.

XXL-Format: 34.5 x 50 cm (13.4 x 19.7 in.)
Limited edition of 2,500 copies worldwide, each numbered and signed by Leni Riefenstahl
Interview by Kevin Brownlow
Extensive bibliography and biography section
All color illustrations are color-separated and reproduced in Aniva, the finest reproduction technique available today, which provides unequaled intensity and color range. The duotone illustrations are made with Novatone, a special treatment for black-and-white images that produces exquisite tonal range and density.

The editor
Angelika Taschen studied art history and German literature in Heidelberg, gaining her doctorate in 1986. Working for TASCHEN from 1987, she has published numerous titles on art, architecture, photography, design, travel, and lifestyle.
Leni Riefenstahl. Africa

Edition of 2,500
Angelika Taschen
Hardcover in box, 
34.5 x 50 cm, 
564 pages
Multilingual Edition: English, French, German

“A big‚ black Mercedez-Benz of a book…Ideology aside‚ the pictures are hard to resist‚ combining all the voyeuristic pleasures of National Geographic-style anthropology with an unequivocal appreciation of the innate grace and symmetry of the human form.”
— V Magazine, Los Angeles


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