Swiss photographer Karlheinz Weinberger worked in the warehouse department of a factory in Zurich for most of his life, only getting the opportunity to take pictures during his time off. Over the last decade those images of stylishly disaffected, denim clad young people, Elvis Presley-obsessed street gangs and Switzerland’s version of the Hell’s Angels, shot by Weinberger mainly in the 50s, 60s and 70s, have finally become much more known.
Rizzoli's Rebel Youth, a second book of Weinberger photographs, features 142 never-before-published photographs.. This is a good copy! ( Some scuffing to cover corners, otherwise very good.)