@Keller & Wittwer



Présentation de l'éditeur :

"Passengers is the result of an observation Dagmar Keller and Martin Wittwer made at night at a bus station while travelling through Poland. For a moment, the passengers on an old bus, obscured behind stained, ice-covered windows, in the pale light of the bus station had the appearance of figures in a painting.

Travellers, fallen out of time. Tired, lost in thought, their faces drawn by sadness or lit up with joy—so close and yet distanced behind the glass. Dagmar Keller and Martin Wittwer have preserved those quiet, fleeting moments in their series Passengers. "

164 pages - Couverture rigide avec jaquette

Spector Books, 2013

Format : 19.5 x 27 cm

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