The photographer Sigrid Neubert is dead. She died on Saturday at the age of 91 years, told the Agency Goldmann Public Relations, citing the Neuberts family.

1/14 Of Karl Schwanzer comes the draft in 1973, completed the BMW Museum. The silver, futuristic building is called because of its circular shape in Munich is also the salad bowl or white sausage boiler. © National museums in Berlin, art library/Sigrid Neubert 2/14 With photos like this of Gerd Wiegands Olympic Park house (in the Background, the BMW towers) has worked out Sigrid Neubert, the iconic effect of this seventy years of buildings in a sustainable way. © National museums in Berlin, art library/Sigrid Neubert 3/14 Elegant sweep to the US model: The perspective makes the Gerd Wiegand-designed Park house Grottenau in Augsburg. © National museums in Berlin, art library/Sigrid Neubert 4/14 From the frog perspective gets, the Headquarters of the Hypo-Bank in the Arabella Park, only the correct dynamics in this picture from 1981. © National museums in Berlin, art library/Sigrid Neubert 5/14 With the play of light and shadow out works Neubert at the house Gautier in Starnberg (architects Walther and Bea Betz) the dramatic hillside location even more. © National museums in Berlin, art library/Sigrid Neubert 6/14 kitchen with a view: In the Mirror Gahm, Würzburg revived the factually uncluttered kitchen in the Walther and Bea Betz-designed house Ziegler. © National museums in Berlin, art library/Sigrid Neubert 7/14 From strictly symmetric, glazed blocks the Reuchlin house in 1961 following the plans of Manfred lehmbruck, completed a cultural centre in Pforzheim. Sigrid Neuberts recording shows the architecture of their home leagues page, with lighting. © National museums in Berlin, art library/Sigrid Neubert 8/14 brutal extremist concrete, veneered with Jura limestone: The Alexander von Branca designed the Holy cross Church in white castle, by the Shadow, almost monumental. © National museums in Berlin, art library/Sigrid Neubert 9/14 As it’s always been there, as unassuming of the by Theodor Hugues, designed a Protestant Church administration was a part of the Bayreuth city. © National museums in Berlin, art library/Sigrid Neubert 10/14 publishing house of the “süddeutsche Zeitung” of Herbert Groethuysen, Detlef Schreiber and Gernot Sachsse, Munich, Germany, in 1969, © national museums in Berlin, art library/Sigrid Neubert 11/14 Sigrid Neubert loved the effects of light and shadow, also give the architecture a decorative lightness: Herbert Groethuysens residential building, Munich (1964) © national museums in Berlin, art library/Sigrid Neubert 12/14 So a Science-Fiction Film in the style of neo-realism appearance: Hans Maurer’s earth station Raisting 2. The photographer is appropriately staged to the threat of the sky, but also the miniature Church idyll in the Background. © National museums in Berlin, art library/Sigrid Neubert 13/14 The gardens of Nymphenburg: In the seventies, Sigrid Neubert turned to the nature. Without the building, it was not in 1974, but still. © National museums in Berlin, art library/Sigrid Neubert Neubert 14/14 Sigrid: “architectural photography of post-war modernism”, Hirmer Verlag, © Hirmer Verlag

Neubert, who came in 1927, in Tübingen, to the world, closed in 1954, her training at the Bavarian state teaching from the Institute for light image being with the master’s examination. She began her career as an advertising photographer, she specialized soon on the Photography of architecture in the fifty years of a man’s domain.

Among other things, she photographed the building of the BMW and the Olympic buildings in Munich. Currently, the Lechner Museum Ingolstadt shows the major retrospective nature and architecture. Previously, this exhibition at the Museum für Fotografie of the Staatliche Museen in Berlin.

Neubert lived a long time in Munich, most recently in the vicinity of Berlin.

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