European Photography 102

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Extreme: Risk Made Visible. “The extreme is en vogue. We are confronted with extreme weather phenomena, as well as with the growing popularity of extreme sport activities. We hunger for superlatives and fear extremists. The extreme lies at the pole ends of a scale, the midpoint of which is the ‘normal.’ Extremes thus hold the promise of being as far away from normality as possible – which, however, does not mean that normal is bleak and that the extremes are thus necessarily exciting.” Introduction by Boris von Brauchitsch | Portfolios with interviews by Martin Liebscher, Richard Mosse, Arno Rafael Minkkinen, Kathrin Sonntag, Lois Hechenblaikner, Sze Tsung Nicolás Leong, Pradip Malde, Mathieu Asselin, and Antoine d’Agata | With Joel-Peter Witkin through Heaven and Hell. Interview by Bill Kouwenhoven | The Boundless View: Photography has opened itself up to a virtual world which, with the help of algorithms, calculates our preferences. By Manfred Zollner | Books on the Extreme, reviewed by Moritz Neumüller: Maxime Ballesteros, Pieter Hugo, Debi Cornwall, Cristina de Middel, and Roger Ballen | Guide to Digital Photography Publications – No. 102, vol. 38, issue 2, winter 2017/2018. 24 x 30 cm, 80 pages. German/English

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