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NO HORIZON

MAARTEN VROMANS // For his photo series ‘No Horizon’, Dutch photographer Maarten Vromans travelled by train through Switzerland in 2019. Movement is at the heart of his work and methods, so when he found himself on that journey, he decided to let the capture of movement take precedence over careful planning.

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Andy Pieren contemporary art fine art modern art museum painting Switzerland

ART BASEL

ANDY PIEREN // Andy is dedicated to improving the health of people by day, and a passionate photographer in his spare time. He loves all kinds of photography, preferring not to be pigeonholed into a particular category. One of the things that are most enjoyable to him is watching and documenting people interact with art. […]

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Callie Eh drawing fine art painting Switzerland

A HAPPINESS BLEND

CALLIE EH // For Callie Eh, photography is more than a way of making memories, it was a lifesaver and picked her up at a difficult time in her life and has not let her go ever since. This time she has documented the Chinese painter Miao Li, who lives and works in Switzerland.

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digital photo art experimental photography fine art Italy painting photo art Roger Heid Switzerland

VISIONS OF VENICE

ROGER HEID // Roger is a Swiss painter and photographer living in the Canton of Bern. He has been a member of a photo club for some 40 years, participating in national and international competitions. During the corona pandemic photography became an even more important saving grace. Roger is also a painter, and the photo […]

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Brigitte Aeberhard experimental photography fine art photo art Switzerland

CAMERA DANCE

BRIGITTE AEBERHARD // Brigitte is a Swiss photographer with a fascination for abstract photography. On her walks through the Swiss landscape and streets of her city, she discovers motifs guided primarily by colours, textures, and lines. Her abstract images provide just bare hints of the underlying motif.