The photo journalist’s landscape has to be more than just a pretty picture; it has to make a statement.

Master Photographer of the 20th Century

Celilo Falls
Celilo Falls, 1956 © Bock-Schroeder Foundation

DISTURBED LANDSCAPES

"Travel is the best education for a photographer. I was able to experiment and shoot however I felt like. I had time, there were no musts, and earning a living wasn't an issue. I was married to my camera, and of my entire career, these wander years were the time I enjoyed the most." - Peter Bock-Schroeder

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Men at Horserace
Central Moscow Hippodrome 1956 © Bock-Schroeder Foundation

THE SOVJETS

In 1956, one year after the peace treaty between Russia and Germany, Peter Bock-Schroeder (1913-2001) was the first West-German photographer to be allowed to work in the USSR after World War II.

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Volga Hydroelectric Station
Volga Hydroelectric Station 1956

Vintage Prints

A vintage print is a precious original. It was made during the artist's lifetime using materials and techniques that are no longer available today. A vintage print is generally crafted before 1970.

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Charly Schick, Golddigger
Charly Schick, Golddigger Alaska 1952

Modern Prints

The Bock-Schroeder Foundation produces modern/estate prints from the original negatives. These analog barytha hand prints are stamped on the back with Peter Bock-Schroeder's original copyright stamp, and the Peter Bock-Schroeder Estate stamp. For authenticity reasons, all prints are signed by Jans Bock Schroeder with the print date and edition number.

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Moscow 1956 by PBS by JBS Paris 2011
Moscow 1956 by PBS by JBS, Paris 2011

Bock-Schroeder by Bock-Schroeder

There are the same requirements for both photography and re-production; showing the best of the subject in a unique way.

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Fashion Model
Fashion Model, 1958 © Bock-Schroeder Foundation

Fashion | Ingeborg Bock-Schroeder

Ingeborg Bock-Schroeder's photographs have always crossed boundaries and created tension between artistic and commercial demands.

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Gunther Sachs
Gunther Sachs 1963 © Bock-Schroeder Foundation

Gunther Sachs, 1963

Sachs' extensive art collection included works by Jean Fautrier, Andy Warhol, René Magritte, Salvador Dalí, Roy Lichtenstein, Tom Wesselmann, Mel Ramos, and Allen Jones.

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