Robert Lebeck (1929–2014) studied ethnology first. Thereafter he decided to change into the field of photography. First he worked as a photographer for a newspaper in Heidelberg. In 1955, he was engaged as a photographer for the German magazine »Revue« and later for »Kristall«. The weekly periodical »Stern« began to take notice of his photography and employed him. After having worked as chief editor for »Geo« he returned to »Stern«. In 1991, Lebeck received the Dr. Erich Salomon Award from the German Photographic Society. In 2002, the Infinity Award of the I.C.P. in New York was given to him for his publication »Kiosk«. Robert Lebeck is the first photographer who received in 2007 the Henri Nannen Award for his life's work.
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Robert Lebeck (2004)