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Frank Schultze

Frank Schultze

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Dortmund

Developing countries, crisis zones, social issues, architecture

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Vita:

Born in 1959 in Daun, Eifel. Studied photojournalism in Dortmund. Has worked for all the most prominent German magazines including GEO, Stern, and Spiegel, beginning in 1992. With Zeitenspiegel since May 2000.

Awards:

  • 2010 “Red Dot design award communications 2009” for photos in the brochure “Kreatives Handeln”
  • 2006 Nominated for the Kindernothilfe media prize for “Zweites Leben kleiner Mörder”(“the second life of little murderers, reported from northern Uganda)
  • 2006 Award from the Bridges photo project for “Ein Gigant auf Reisen”
  • 1996 First place, socially conscious photography, Freie Wohlfahrtsverbände 1996
  • numerous individual and group shows.

A tea dance for victims of Alzheimer's

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Dancing with loss

A tea dance for Alzheimer’s patients. The music makes the difference. Old hits carry aging minds back to less troubled times.

The Bolivian navy

Feature

La Marina Boliviana, navy without a sea

"GEO International" Juli 2012

In the 1879 Saltpeter War, Bolivia lost a series of naval battles against Chile and Peru and with them its access to the ocean. Chile went on to become an economic power in the region; Bolivia became the poorest country in South America. President Evo Morales would like to see Bolivia leave the Organization of Landlocked Developing Countries where it commiserates with Bhutan, Burkina Faso, and Moldova. In the meantime, the navy holds maneuvers on Lake Titicaca.

Fotoessay über das Ruhrgebiet

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The Ruhr: Mysterious Zone

Available as a book from Verlag Edition Rainruhr

The Ruhr is one of Europe’s oldest industrial wastelands. Photographer Frank Schultze knows and loves both its picturesque ruins and its dynamic present. A photo-essay.