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Zerheilt

Zerheilt

Publisher : Hatje Cantz
SKU: 9783775751032
R 1 207,00
Following more than forty years of photographic storytelling of Jewish life around the world, Frederic Brenner spent three years exploring Berlin -- a stage for a vast spectrum of expressions and performances of Judaism. In his new photographic essay he portrays individuals -- newcomers, old timers, converts, immigrants and others - who have made Berlin their home or are just passing through. Via a series of fragmentary insights into this incubator of paradox and dissonance, he reflects on conf
October, 2021
Following more than forty years of photographic storytelling of Jewish life around the world, Frederic Brenner spent three years exploring Berlin -- a stage for a vast spectrum of expressions and performances of Judaism. In his new photographic essay he portrays individuals -- newcomers, old timers, converts, immigrants and others - who have made Berlin their home or are just passing through. Via a series of fragmentary insights into this incubator of paradox and dissonance, he reflects on conflicting narratives of redemption and gives light to an ever so present absence. Like a shattered mirror, these images offer a polyphonic, sometimes bizarre and disturbing reflection of and on a topography of displacement and estrangement in contemporary human condition, far beyond the story of Berlin or of Jews.
Products specifications
ISBN13 9783775751032
Publisher Hatje Cantz
Contributor Edited by Oren Myers, Text by Frederic Brenner, Text by Elad Lapidot, Designed by Julia Wagner, Designed by grafikanstalt
Publication Date 2021-08-26
Language English
Format Hardback
Pages 168
Product Dimensions (H x W x L) in mm 330 X 285 X 210
Shipping Weight (grams) 500
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Following more than forty years of photographic storytelling of Jewish life around the world, Frederic Brenner spent three years exploring Berlin -- a stage for a vast spectrum of expressions and performances of Judaism. In his new photographic essay he portrays individuals -- newcomers, old timers, converts, immigrants and others - who have made Berlin their home or are just passing through. Via a series of fragmentary insights into this incubator of paradox and dissonance, he reflects on conflicting narratives of redemption and gives light to an ever so present absence. Like a shattered mirror, these images offer a polyphonic, sometimes bizarre and disturbing reflection of and on a topography of displacement and estrangement in contemporary human condition, far beyond the story of Berlin or of Jews.
Products specifications
ISBN13 9783775751032
Publisher Hatje Cantz
Contributor Edited by Oren Myers, Text by Frederic Brenner, Text by Elad Lapidot, Designed by Julia Wagner, Designed by grafikanstalt
Publication Date 2021-08-26
Language English
Format Hardback
Pages 168
Product Dimensions (H x W x L) in mm 330 X 285 X 210
Shipping Weight (grams) 500
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