German photographer Wolfgang Strassl (born 1956) presents his photographs from 2020 and 2021, taken by the river near his home where he wandered in search of “Arcadia”—an ancient philosophical concept of a utopian land in which humanity lives in full harmony with nature.
Published by Kerber. Text by Zelda Cheatle, Wolfgang Strassl.
This intimately scaled photobook gathers portraits taken by German photographer Wolfgang Strassl (born 1956) on the London Underground. Taken from the neck down, these portraits encapsulate the city's diverse population.
Through documentary-style photography, Munich- and Tel Aviv-based Wolfgang Strassl explores the urban landscapes of Jerusalem—its Palestinian residents and Israeli settlers, separated by walls and fences—and provides a rarely seen view of the deep scars left by conflict over the decades.