In his youth, the German photographer Robert Lebeck could not have imagined that he would once associate his life with photography. He was born in 1929, successfully studied as an ethnologist and planned to devote his life to science.
But fate decreed otherwise. Once, Robert was presented with a camera, and this was a turning point in his life.
The young man became seriously interested in photography, he studied all issues of the magazine "Life" with great curiosity and soon began to shoot himself.
Soon, Robert's works were noticed by well-known publications, and real success came to him.
Today Robert Lebeck is already a legend, and his photographs have become classics.
Winston Churchill. Bonn, 1956
Mikhail Gorbachev. Munich, 1992
Alfred Hitchcock. Hamburg, 1960
Jacqueline Kennedy at the funeral of John F. Kennedy
Flamenco dancers. Madrid, 1964
Young couple in Storyville. Frankfurt, 1956
Jane Mansfield. Berlin, 1961
Maria Callas. Stuttgart, 1959
Jean-Luc Godard and his wife Anna-Karina. Berlin, 1961
In the locker room of a nightclub in the city of Yawata. Japan, 1961
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