Peter BIALOBRZESKI

Zurich Diary


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"Zurich Diary is the 8th book in the 'City Diary Series' by Peter BIALOBRZESKI.

Zurich, the largest city in Switzerland, is one of the largest financial centres in the world. It has been named as the wealthiest city in Europe and consistently ranks among the top ten most liveable cities in the world.

'Zurich Diary' is the 8th book in the City Diary Series by Peter BIALOBRZESKI. It documents BIALOBRZESKI's experiences in the city between the 26th February and 4th March 2018.

City Diaries has already covered BIALOBRZESKI’s experiences in the cities of Cairo (Egypt), Athens (Greece), Wolfsburg (Germany), Taipei (Taiwan), Kochi (India), Wuhan (China) and Beirut (Lebanon)." (publisher's note, © The Velvet Cell, 2019)

“The image I am communicating about the city is definitely not flattering. Nevertheless, the visitors are fascinated by my pictures, which fascinates me. Not a single person is bothered by the subjects themselves.” (© Peter BIALOBRZESKI)

About the photographer, Peter BIALOBRZESKI:
Peter BIALOBRZESKI is a world-renowned photographer and the recipient of several awards including the prestigious 'World Press Photo Award' in 2003 and 2010. He is also the author of over ten photobooks, including “Neon Tigers”, “Heimat”, “Lost in Transition” and “Paradise Now”.

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"Zurich Diary ist der achte Band in der 'City Diary Series' von Peter BIALOBRZESKI.

Zürich, die größte Stadt der Schweiz, ist eines der größten Finanzzentren der Welt. Es wurde als die reichste Stadt Europas bezeichnet und zählt durchweg zu den zehn lebenswertesten Städten der Welt.

'Zurich Diary' ist nun das achte Fotobuch der 'City Diary Series' von Peter BIALOBRZESKI. Es dokumentiert die Erlebnisse von BIALOBRZESKI in der Stadt vom 26. Februar bis 4. März 2018.

'City Diaries' hat bereits über die Erfahrungen von BIALOBRZESKI in den Städten Kairo (Ägypten), Athen (Griechenland), Wolfsburg (Deutschland), Taipeh (Taiwan), Kochi (Indien), Wuhan (China) und Beirut (Libanon) berichtet.", © The Velvet Cell, 2019)