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Public Private Hanoi
Synopses & Reviews
In this new photo sequence German artist André Lützen makes his way through the urban labyrinth of Hanoi by night. The city is restless, bustling, cramped. People are driven onto the streets by the heat and their confined living quarters. Doors are flung wide open. The boundary between in- and outside dissolves.
As in his last book, Before Elvis There Was Nothing, Lützen's images have an almost cinematic character: the intensity of the colors, the physical closeness, the constant movement.
André Lützen has exhibited at various international art venues, e.g. at the Deichtorhallen, Hamburg, Germany; and the New York Photo Festival.
Photographer André Lützen makes his way through the restless urban labyrinth of Hanoi by night
About the Author
André Lützens (born 1963 in Hamburg, Germany) work has received several awards and has been shown in recent years in venues including the House of Photography / Deichtorhallen Hamburg, the Kunsthalle Hamburg, New York Photo Festival and at numerous international festivals. He has published in international magazines.
Nora Luttmer is a German freelance author and journalist.
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