- Material number: 91877
- Bruce Davidson: LEICA HALL OF FAME. He photographed for Life magazine, became a member of Magnum, and always looked for and found his own personal perspective. A homage
- Anatol Kotte: PROYECTO HABANA. Choreographer and catwalk trainer Jorge González poses in Havana: a grandiose setting with a sparkling protagonist
- Tom Munro: 72TOKYO. Sleepless in Tokyo: the British fashion and celebrity photographer spent three days exploring the streets of the Japanese capital
- Mathieu Bitton: DARKER THAN BLUE. Between hope and struggle: the intense black and white portraits of Afro-Americans will be on display at the Leitz Park in Wetzlar, as of 15 June, 2018
- Charles March: GLEANN BADRAIG. In a remote valley on the Scottish island on Jura, the British photographer produced expressionist landscape images, reminiscent of paintings
- F/STOP: Leica Stealth | SL Lenses | Museum Leica
The latest issue of LFI is the most comprehensive to appear in the last 70 years. With over 150 pages, you can look forward to an exciting encounter with this year’s Leica Hall of Fame award-winner, the American documentary photographer and Magnum member, Bruce Davidson.
Also in this issue: British fashion and celebrity photographer Tom Munro, spent three days exploring the streets of Tokyo, capturing his impressions of the metropolis, in contrast-rich, black and white images; the pictures delivered by Charles March from his trip to a distant valley on the Scottish island of Jura, could hardly be more different. With Gleann Badraig, the British photographer produced unique, expressionist-like landscape images; Anatol Kotte’s colourful Proyecto Habana series, and Mathieu Bitton’s Darker than Blue series, with its intense black and white portraits of African Americans, that will be on display at the Leitz Park in Wetzlar as of June 15, 2018.
Speaking of the Leitz Park, the third construction phase has been completed and will be opened in June. Read more about the new World of Leica in this current issue. We also offer a first look into an opulent two-volume publication that deals with new Leica factory museum’s collection.