Robert Lebeck (1929-2014) was a photographer for the German magazine Stern and one of his country’s greatest photojournalists. He died on June 14th. His gallery, Lumas, sent us these photographs as a tribute. For Lebeck’s 80th birthday in 2009, the Martin-Gropius-Bau Museum in Berlin held a major retrospective of his work.
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