Photographs by Michael Ziegler.
Fotohof Editions, Austria, In German, 2009. 108 pp., 80 color illustrations, 8x9¾".
A Zen koan of a book, this little gem from eminent photography publisher Fotohof features a couple of dozen exquisite color vignettes from Austrian photographer Michael Ziegler. The photos are smaller than postcard size, each centered on its white page. Each one captures a moment in time, a gust of wind through a curtain, a passing ray of sunlight reflected on a wall, a nipple glimpsed through a shirt. In Peter Weiermair’s essay, he aptly describes Ziegler as a “flaneur,” the French term for a person who wanders aimlessly on the street, looking at whatever catches his eye.
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