This book presents a very personal body of work from Magnum photographer Christopher Anderson, who has earned international acclaim for his documentary work from conflict zones all over the world. Following the birth of his son he stepped away from war photography and his photographs turned towards an intimate reflection.
The Indian Ocean often evokes fantasized visions of exotic dreams. Far from postcards clichés, Malala Andrialavidrazana brings us discreetly into private spheres in Antananarivo, Mumbai, Durban and Reunion Island, and presents the viewer with day-to-day atmospheres, still-lives and fragmented portraits with elegance and subtlety.
WIR / NOI
Photographer Andreas Bertagnoll’s images are marked by imperceptible alienations. They don’t betray fully what they’re all about, refusing to do more than hint at something that goes beyond the image, something that is denied to the viewer. He documents everyday life there without imposing any value judgments or facile interpretations.
ALL LADIES. COWS IN EUROPE
The cow has long held a special significance for mankind, witnessed already in prehistoric cave paintings and in many Asian religions. The Greek mythology underlying our Western culture likewise contains many references to this symbol-laden animal.
Haus der Photographie Deichtorhallen Hamburg
Harry Callahan. Retrospective
Harry Callahan is regarded as one of the most innovative and influential 20th-century American photographers. By amplifying the abstract tendencies of New Vision in a lyrical mode evincing great sensitivity, he was able to overcome the prevailing realist aesthetic in American photography.