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DFA-Podcast #3 | Ruprecht Skasa-Weiß: The Legendary Dispute Culture of the 1970s and 1980s

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DFA-Podcast #3

Ruprecht Skasa-Weiß: The Legendary Dispute Culture of the 1970s and 1980s

In every press report of that time it was stated, the "legendary dispute culture of the GDL". A mythical trademark. But how can one actually imagine it?

He was there first hand: the renowned feature writer Ruprecht Skasa-Weiß became a member of the Gesellschaft Deutscher Lichtbildner in 1975. For several years, he accompanied the GDL's activities and reported on them.

In an interview with Corinna Weidner, he reports on a time when not only the diversity of photographic styles and means of expression that has always been typical of the academy clashed, but also a variety of highly divergent personalities (in German).

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44 min

Listen to it on Podcast.de, Spotify and YouTube!

Note to our English-speaking subscribers: This talk is in German, but if you watch the recording on YouTube, you can have English subtitles generated.

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DFA-Podcast #3 | Ruprecht Skasa-Weiß: The Legendary Dispute Culture of the 1970s and 1980s

DFA-Podcast #3 | Ruprecht Skasa-Weiß: The Legendary Dispute Culture of the 1970s and 1980s

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