Published by Steidl/Partners. Edited by Inka Schube.
From 1985 to 1987, Maria Sewcz created a series of radical photographs of Berlin's east side. Collected here, these bold images capture a cold and irreconcilable rage with the status quo during a period of historic transition.
Published by Jovis. Essays by Barbara Straka and Annett Grāschner. Foreword by Dr. Thomas Flierl.
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.