In our Digital world, sometimes we are happy to re-discover the joy of Print. In deed, the swiss association Vie Art et Cité launched OBLIQUE, a mix between a magazine, a book and a piece of art. I got the n.1 edition, printed only in 1,600 units. Oblique fills a gap in the luxury printing and edition. The magazine is more than a printed object. It plays with different aspects of a state of art edition. The Artistic direction and…
Last friday I attended to an interesting presentation about Hans Steiner, the great swiss photographer. It took place in Lausanne at Unil (the university). This presentation was a conclusion on the exhibition hosted by Musée de l’Elysée.
At the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne – Switzerland, there is a very interesting exhibition about Hans Steiner. He is one of the most important swiss photographers of the golden era of Photo journalism.
Hans Steiner was born in 1907 in Bern, Switzerland. He was one of the most influent photographers in the 30’s and the 40’s.
She is very well known for her work on family (her own) and her home land, Virginia. Her work generated a lot of controversia because of the uncomfortable reactions the photos caused.