German photographer Olaf Holzapfel became fascinated, during a residency in Tokyo, with a “city within the city” – yellow bumps and grooves on the ground that form a guidance system for blind people walking with canes.
Wilhelm Hozbauer, Francois Valenting and Dieter Irresberger
Perhaps the best-known and best-beloved music festival in the world is in Salzburg, Mozart’s home.
In December, 2006, a caravan of writers, photographers and artists from seven European countries and the United States toured Iran for three weeks with a delegation of Iranian counterparts, stopping in the romantic, historic cities of Tehran, Shiraz, Yazd and Isfahan, participating in cultural workshops, lectures and discussions, seeking to discover the heart of this much-talked-about but little-known nation.
There is Something in the Air in Prince Albert
Photographs of a deserted cosmos in a beautifully printed and elaborately designed book – this is the fourth title from the young Dutch photographer Cuny Jansen.