Was Einem Heimat War.
Photographs by Peter Granser.
Bücher & Hefte Verlag,
80 pp., illustrated throughout, 6¾x9½".
Signed copies available to order!
Peter Granser set off in search of traces of the town of Gruorn on the Swabian Alb, which was forcibly evacuated in 1939. He documents the eventful history of a landscape that was used for over 100 years as a training ground for the armed forces. In 2005, the terrain, still strongly contaminated with projectiles and unexploded ordnance, was declared a biosphere reserve.
About the Limited Edition
Two special editions limited to 15 copies each are available. They are made up of a signed copy of the book “Was einem Heimat war” and a folder containing a signed 21 × 30 cm print of the motif “Spuren 4” or the triptych “Sighting unit / Mortar shell / Armor- piercing discarding sabot”, along with a DVD of the video work.
Read George Slade's review of Was Einem Heimat War on photo-eye Blog.