For three decades, German photographer Frank Gaudlitz (born 1958) has documented the social and cultural transformation of Russian society. Collected here, his series of photographs—which begins in the former Soviet Union in 1988—provide a comprehensive visual history of turmoil and upheaval in Russia.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Text by Claudia Schubert.
Between 2013 and 2015, German photographer Frank Gaudlitz (born 1958) lived among an Andean community of transsexuals for several months. Having been presented in numerous exhibitions, his highly stylized, almost painterly images are now published in this sophisticated volume of photographs.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Text by Matthias Flügge, Karl-Markus Gauß.
Frank Gaudlitz (born 1958) broke out with Waiting for Europe, a photographic portrait series made on a trip down the Danube. For his new series Casa Mare, he asked residents of several Eastern European cities—from Hungary to Serbia and Romania—to pose in their homes, surrounded by the household props that speak of their aspirations and social status, finally revealing how cultural traditions are being slowly eroded by the expansion of the European Union.