Bernhard Fuchs: portrait photographs

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Fotohof Edition, Jan 31, 2003 - Photography - 114 pages
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When Austrian-born photographer Bernhard Fuchs shoots a portrait, the landscape is as important as the face. His portrayals of people from his native village, Muhlviertel, show them in places where they have deep roots. When the subjects live in cities, the photos express the rootless quality of urban life, with open doors and blank walls providing backdrops. Accompanying text by renowned photojournalist Timm Starl.

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