About the Swiss photographer, Christian LUTZ (b. 1973, in Geneva)

Christian LUTZ studied photography at the Ecole Supérieure des Arts de l’Image, 'Le 75' in Brussels. His artistic work has been awarded many prizes in Switzerland and abroad, and is regularly shown in exhibitions. He works as a freelance photographer in Geneva since 1996 and has already published five photo volumes until now.

Photo books by Christian LUTZ

'Protokoll' (2007); 'Tropical Gift' (2010); 'Insert Coins' (2016); 'The Pearl River' (2019); 'Citizens' (2021)

From post-empire to the new Middle Kingdom. For his series 'The Pearl River', photographer Christian LUTZ went to the Chinese special economic zone Macao. His photographic gaze laconically and insistently scans the smooth surfaces of this brave new world.
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For three years, Christian LUTZ accompanied a member of the Swiss Federal Council to official events worldwide. In the book 'Protokoll' he critics a deeply rooted system of representation and leaves the reader vacillating between laughter and astonishment
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In this book, 'Citizens,' Christian LUTZ documents places, movements, people of right-wing populist character across Europe. Far from the usual polarized reporting, he finds a multi-layered photographic approach to give expression to a deep-seated despair
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HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 30 x 24 x 2 cm., 96 pp., color ills., text language: English
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