Nothing To See Here
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Publication date : 2011/10/25
Weight 1484 g / Dimensions 21.4 x 26.7 cm / 336 pages / french
Hans Steiner has been attracting increasing interest in recent years, which has led to his well-deserved rediscovery. In the 1930s, he had his first success with reports on the small and large dramas of everyday life and society – such as the first ascent of the Eiger North Face in 1937.
He also made a name for himself in the field of portraiture. He quickly proved to be a privileged witness, both unconventional and resolutely optimistic, of a society that was evolving towards consumerism. He proposes a different vision of Switzerland, more urban, in which women, sports, leisure and advertising acquire a new visibility.
The publication has the double ambition of showing Steiner’s most representative and appealing images and of offering a contemporary look at a historical subject.