Photographs by Maria Sewcz. Essays by Barbara Straka and Annett Groschner. Foreword by Dr. Thomas Flierl.
Jovis, Berlin, 2004. 128 pp., 45 color and 58 duotones, 9½x11".
Maria Sewcz's photographs are subjective registrations of urban, social, and cultural reality. Whether she aims her camera at architecture, sculpture, or a person, it is often the inconspicuous thing that finds itself at the center of her focal point.
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