European Photography 103

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Photo-Phenomenology: Points of View. “In his ‘Philosophy of Photography,’ Vilém Flusser describes the photographer’s gesture as one of ‘phenomenological doubt.’ In the act of photographing, one approaches the object to be shot from as many viewpoints as possible and circles around it like a paleolithic hunter circles around his prey. This search for the best possible perspective is equivalent to the doubt one has about one’s own ability to understand: It is impossible to perfectly capture an object – regardless of whether it is an external or mental object.” Introduction by Marcel René Marburger | Portfolios by Raoul Ries, Torbjørn Rødland, Barbara Probst, Thomas Kellner, Silke Koch, Laurent Baillet, Corinne Vionnet, Penelope Umbrico, Boris von Brauchitsch, K-Narf, WassinkLundgren, Aydın Büyüktaş, and the European Space Agency | Mark Klett: Looking Back, Looking Forward. Interview by Bill Kouwenhoven | Books on Trees, reviewed by Boris von Brauchitsch: Diane Cook/Len Jenshel, Jochen Raiß, Beth Moon, Robert Voit, and Yan Wang Preston | Drone Stories: Striking images and their stories | Guide to International Photography Fairs – No. 103, vol. 39, issue 1, summer 2018. 24 x 30 cm, 80 pages. German/English 

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