Essays by Ulrike Sladek and Martin Prinzhorn.
Published by Walther König, Köln
Absence haunts ordinary spaces in Austrian photographer Andrea Witzmann's pictures. Her palette is often white, but she brings remarkable variety to it: Four empty, white plastic lounge chairs are askew on the roof deck of a seaside building, and the starched linens of vacant bedrooms, often in the tropical Far East, convey the oppressive heat. Dim discos and echoing lobbies round out this compelling, melancholy collection.
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