Since the beginning of her career, Gundula Schulze Eldowy has chosen her subjects independent of commercial concerns, unlike the majority of East German photographers. She photographed East Berlin in black-and-white starting in the late 1970s before switching to color in 1982. She would later leave Germany to enjoy an international career.
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