Published by Hatje Cantz. Text by Arnold Bartetzky, Bernadette Dufrêne, et al.
Shortly after the fall of the Berlin Wall, German photographer Stefan Koppelkamm (born 1952) traveled through eastern Germany, capturing houses, streets and squares in black-and-white photographs. Ten years later, he took pictures of them from exactly the same position. Social and economic transformations permeate these images.