gosee premium member

News // 44 News by Hauser Fotografen

34 HOURS, the new book by Rui CAMILO c/o HAUSER FOTOGRAFEN on his quick visit to Johannesburg is now in stores

In a fast-paced, fully-packed 34 hours, Rui Camilo created his reportage. The photographer didn’t have more time when he documented the trip of a delegation of Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul, at the time the Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and development.

Arrival on the morning of 6 August 2009 at Johannisburg Airport in South Africa; departure only 34 hours later. For the time in between, there was a tight schedule packed with appointments with NGOs, various aid projects for disabled children and orphans in a township, with trips to hotels, soccer pitches, a visit to the German embassy and much more.

No conceptual work had been done in preparation. Each photo is individual, a detached snapshot – and yet, in the end, it all comes together: the fixed space-time frame of the tight program resulted in a book that was never planned as such. The photographer was not able to work freely and was forced to let go of his own wishes and preconceptions. Perhaps this was what enabled the creation of this particularly personal work.

34 Hours is published in two editions at Chromfeld. The Collector’s Edition is available in a slip case with a print.

The CHROMFELD founders Rui Camilo, Carsten Riffel and Holger Lindner, know many of their published artists personally and have worked for many years in close communication in order to select special works and present them to an international audience. 

GoSee : chromfeld.comhauserfotografen.de
31.05.2022 show complete article


Yannick WOLFF c/o HAUSER FOTOGRAFEN photographs the Pioneer of Progress: Felix Neureuther for AUDI

With the format ‘Pioneers of Progress’, AUDI introduces its brand ambassadors. Their attitude, their ideas of progress, their passion and their personal lifestyles make them all pioneers in their own right. AUDI tells us about choosing the former German world-class ski-racer from Garmisch-Partenkirchen : “Impressive mountains, an enchanted icy landscape and plenty of endless space and silence. We visited Felix Neureuther in his hometown to speak with him about his vision of the future, what drives him and what advice he would like to give future generations.”

Felix Neureuther was photographed during the film shoot for the wonderful occasion by Yannick WOLFF c/o HAUSER FOTOGRAFEN.

Feeling and experiencing nature up close – and particularly making these experiences accessible for children is both what drives Felix Neureuther and his mission in life. AUDI accompanied him in this episode of the series ‘Pioneers of Progress’.

GoSee : youtube.com/watchhauserfotografen.de
31.05.2022 show complete article