The famous photograph was taken in a locker room of the football club New York Cosmos in 1975. Because of her good contacts and her acquaintance with Pelé, Steiner got access to locations normally barred to women.
In 1966 the German photographer Thomas Hoepker was the first Magnum photos photographer, commissioned by the Stern magazine to portray the heavyweight boxer Muhammad Ali, so he accompanied Ali over a lengthy period of time.
This photograph from 1964, depicting children of the Iban tribe, was taken by Thomas Hoepker, one of the most successful German photographers. When he visited Borneo in 1964, the third-largest island in the world was embro
This photo, shot by the Swiss photographer René Burri, immortalized the proud, Havana-cigar-smoking Che Guevara and became an visual icon of the immortal revolutionary after his murder by the Bolivian army in 1967, although the magazine Look only reproduced a small version at
This photo shot by Ulrich Mack, was originally published under the title Mondo Cavallo by the Twen youth magazine (No. 4/1964) edited by Willy Fleckhaus – the best-designed magazine in Germany at the time.
On June's 1963 Sunday morning, Kennedy and his entourage had landed at the Cologne/Bonn Airport in Germany. In Cologne, Ulrich Mack took this photo, resoundingly entitled A Piece of Advice for the American President.
The photographer Hilmar Pabel’s photo shows the 87-year-old Konrad Adenauer in the Cadenabbia villa’s garden, a solitary figure seen from the rear in front of the panorama of lake and mountains – a composition strongly reminiscent of Caspar David Friedrich.
“People were not used to seeing someone with a camera walking amongst them..” the photographer William Klein remembered. After New York (1956) and Rome (1959), Moscow became the third city to which William Klein dedicated a city portrait. Klein took most of his Moscow pictures in 1959, at the height of the Cold War.