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Photography, Made in Zurich 
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300 pages 
Verlag Scheidegger and Spiess 
Published 2007 
Book Description 
Is there such a thing as a unique “Zürich photography”? Is it possible that a photographic viewpoint can develop from a particular place that distinguishes itself from the rest of contemporary photography? Published to commemorate the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Zürich School of Art and Design’s photography department, Photography, Made in Zürich documents how the illustrious program forged a niche in the international art world and cultivated Switzerland’s foremost photographers, including internationally renowned artists such as Werner Bischof, René Burri, and Ernst Scheidegger.  
This lavishly illustrated volume reproduces the work of over forty students from the past two decades, including such young stars as Olaf Breuning and Shirana Shahbazi. Their photographs are accompanied by essays that probe the unconventional atmosphere and avant-garde teaching philosophies that helped establish the Zürich School’s creative reputation. Photography, Made in Zürich will delight all followers of twentieth-century photography and the electrifying world of contemporary art.  
About the Author 
Thomas Weski is chief curator at the Haus der Kunst, Munich. Previously the chief curator at the Museum Ludwig in Cologne, he has curated over eighty photography exhibitions, including Cruel and Tender at the Tate Modern in London in 2003.
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