History is filled with stories of long-lost suitcases of photographs turning up and becoming exhibitions, from Robert Capa to Vivian Maier. These highly intimate archives serve as powerful documents of our time. In late 2012, a suitcase belonging to Lore Krüger (1914-2009) was presented to Felix Hofmann, a curator at the C/O Berlin. The photographs shot by this German photographer between 1934 and 1944 are now being exhibited at the C/O Berlin along with a catalogue co-published by Braus.
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