Walter Niedermayr (*1952 in Bolzano, Italy) is one of the great European photographic artists of our time. His sensitive visual language—which, unfortunately, has been copied by countless other photographers in recent years—is marked by its subtle blend of colors. Niedermayr becomes familiar to a larger public through his series on Alpine landscapes, architecture, and infrastructures.
For this project, he traveled between 2005 and 2008 to Teheran, Isfahan, Yazd, Shiraz, and other smaller cities and historical sites in Iran. His excursions led to the creation of a new group of works in which he examines various aspects of contemporary Iranian architecture in their cultural and historical context. Like Niedermayr’s previous books, this project, which the artist developed in close collaboration with the graphic designers and the publisher, will certainly prove to be a highlight of the art of photo books.
Size: 26.10 x 30.20 cm
Extent: 170 pp
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