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Hunting the blood moon across Zurich

Just above the horizon in Zurich-West. The blood moon is still purple in the blue light after dusk

The red moon across Zurich Niederdorf (old town)

Nobody to catch it? It looks so close!

Not passing unobserved through the Grossmünster

Temporarily pinned by the City Hall of Zurich

The beginning of the end of this red moon 2018, captured through the trees along Zurich lake. A red moon long-lasting enough to be hunted across the city, from Zuri-West to Lake Zurich

All pictures shot hand-held with Nikon D800 plus Nikon 70-200 VRII 1/15 sec, f/3.5

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Cleithrophobia

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Summer villa

Panorama from the window

Artistic bathroom

Retro living room

Huge library

Two weeks at Photobastei 2.0. Click to enlarge.

ZÜRCHER/IN: of Gods and humans

Did you miss ZÜRCHER/IN the exhibition? ZÜRCHER/IN is a photography project created by ARTBorghi (Lorenzo Borghi and Maria Francesca) on the common people highly over-represented as bronze and granite statues in the city of Zürich, Switzerland. Just a few statues of prominents adorn this Swiss city, which is flooded by commoners mostly relaxing in their free time. Not all statues represent common people: gods decorate the streets of Zürich too.

In the book, available online, coordinates and maps will additionally help you in this art-quest.

Previous posts on ZÜRCHER/IN: between work and free time and heavenly beauty

 

Otto Münch, Mädchen im Wind (1935) / Einar Utzon-Frank, Aphrodite (1921)

Hermann Hubacher, Ganymed (1946) / Ivar Johnsson, David (1921)

Eduard Zimmermann, Waldmannbrunnen (1935) / Hermann Hubacher, Kniendes Mädchen (1928)

Emilio Stanzani, Merkur (1949)

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ZÜRCHER/IN: heavenly beauty

Did you miss ZÜRCHER/IN the exhibition? ZÜRCHER/IN is a photography project created by ARTBorghi (Lorenzo Borghi and Maria Francesca) on the common people highly over-represented as bronze and granite statues in the city of Zürich, Switzerland. Just a few statues of prominents adorn this Swiss city, which is flooded by commoners mostly relaxing in their free time.

Several of the statues represent female nudes. Fore sure, part of ZÜRCHER/IN is an ode to feminine beauty.

In the book, available online, coordinates and maps will additionally help you in this art-quest.

Click here for the previous post on ZÜRCHER/IN: between work and free time.

Hermann Hubacher, Frauenakt (1923) / Hermann Haller, Schauende (1923)

Rolf Brem, Irene die grosse Bellissima (2006) / Hermann Hubacher, Sitzendes Mädchen (1934)

Eduard Bick, Schreitendes Mädchen (1928) / Arthur Tigram Abeljanz, Mädchengruppe (1936)

Hans Brandenberg, Weibliche Figur (1959) / Hermann Haller, Stehendes Mädchen (1946)

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ZÜRCHER/IN: between work and free time

Thanks to all the visitors for the highly positive feedback and support ZÜRCHER/IN got in the last two weeks, from the vernissage to the last day at Photobastei 2.0.

Did you miss ZÜRCHER/IN the exhibition?

Find what was all about in the next three blog posts. ZÜRCHER/IN is a photography project created by ARTBorghi (Lorenzo Borghi and Maria Francesca) on the common people highly over-represented as bronze and granite statues in the city of Zürich, Switzerland. Just a few statues of prominents adorn this Swiss city, which is flooded by commoners mostly relaxing in their free time. A Swiss hymn to power to the people? A wise suggestion to take it easy? A neo-classic time-machine?

In the book, available online, coordinates and maps will additionally help you in this art-quest. Contact the author artborghi@gmail.com for fine printing requests.

Werner Friedrich Kunz, Grosse Prometheus (1958) / Karl Geiser, Denkmal der Arbeit (1952)

Franz Fischer, Knabe und Mädchen (1928) / Valentin Walter Mettler, Fischerbrunnen (1909)

Alis Guggenheim, Frau (1928) / Otto Kappeler, Vier sitzende Jüglinge (1929)

Hildi Hess, Weibliche Figur (1957) and Hermann Haller, Mädchen mit erhobenen Armen (1939)

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ZÜRCHER/IN last 3 days

Don’t miss the opportunity to bring home an ARTBorghi picture or photobook signed by the author. Pass by Photobastei 2.0 Sihlquai 125 Zürich, 3rd floor!

Still open this Fri-Sat 12-9pm and Sun 12-6pm

See you there!

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