Walter Schels is a German photographer born in 1936 and famous for his portraits. In 2003, he produced a series of portraits entitled Noch mal leben , with journalist Beate Lakotta 1 in palliative care units to meet with condemned patients and question them about their anxieties.   Everyone is photographed alive then, again, after his death.

Walter Schels is a German photographer born in 1936 and famous for his portraits. In 2003, he produced a series of portraits entitled Noch mal leben , with journalist Beate Lakotta 1 in palliative care units to meet with condemned patients and question them about their anxieties. Everyone is photographed alive then, again, after his death.

... au pays des lapins | Photographe : Walter Schels

... au pays des lapins | Photographe : Walter Schels

Walter Schels is a German photographer born in 1936 and famous for his portraits. In 2003, he produced a series of portraits entitled Noch mal leben , with journalist Beate Lakotta 1 in palliative care units to meet with condemned patients and question them about their anxieties.   Everyone is photographed alive then, again, after his death.

Walter Schels is a German photographer born in 1936 and famous for his portraits. In 2003, he produced a series of portraits entitled Noch mal leben , with journalist Beate Lakotta 1 in palliative care units to meet with condemned patients and question them about their anxieties. Everyone is photographed alive then, again, after his death.

Walter Schels is a German photographer born in 1936 and famous for his portraits. In 2003, he produced a series of portraits entitled Noch mal leben , with journalist Beate Lakotta 1 in palliative care units to meet with condemned patients and question them about their anxieties.   Everyone is photographed alive then, again, after his death.

Walter Schels is a German photographer born in 1936 and famous for his portraits. In 2003, he produced a series of portraits entitled Noch mal leben , with journalist Beate Lakotta 1 in palliative care units to meet with condemned patients and question them about their anxieties. Everyone is photographed alive then, again, after his death.

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Walter Schels - life before death

Walter Schels - life before death

POWERFUL PORTRAITS OF INDIVIDUALS BEFORE AND DIRECTLY AFTER THEIR DEATH  Name: Jan Andersen. Age: 27 Born: 21st of February 1978 Died: 14th June 2005, at Leuchtfeuer Hospice, Hamburg Jan Andersen was 19 when he discovered that he was HIV-positive. On his 27th birthday he was told that he didn’t have much time left: cancer, a rare form, triggered by the HIV-infection. He did not complain. …

POWERFUL PORTRAITS OF INDIVIDUALS BEFORE AND DIRECTLY AFTER THEIR DEATH Name: Jan Andersen. Age: 27 Born: 21st of February 1978 Died: 14th June 2005, at Leuchtfeuer Hospice, Hamburg Jan Andersen was 19 when he discovered that he was HIV-positive. On his 27th birthday he was told that he didn’t have much time left: cancer, a rare form, triggered by the HIV-infection. He did not complain. …

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POWERFUL PORTRAITS OF INDIVIDUALS BEFORE AND DIRECTLY AFTER THEIR DEATH

POWERFUL PORTRAITS OF INDIVIDUALS BEFORE AND DIRECTLY AFTER THEIR DEATH

Portraits of individuals directly before and after death. This project was conceived as a way to overcome the photographer's fear of death.

Portraits of individuals directly before and after death. This project was conceived as a way to overcome the photographer's fear of death.

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