Photographic Notes: Everything is Important, Nothing is Important

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Edition Stemmle, 1998 - Photography - 207 pages
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With poetic dexterity, Swiss photographer Christian Vogt offers us insight into our humanness -- sometimes irritating, sometimes painful, but always with an underlying intelligent humor. A high degree of integrity, an extraordinary density of composition, and a finely tuned sense of humor all characterize his work. The images in Photographic Notes, many of them accompanied by Vogt's idiosyncratic and thoughtful handwritten commentaries, are arranged by thematic mood.

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