235 x 320 mm
“Moscow is prime territory for a street photographer, and I enjoyed understanding nothing, suddenly being illiterate and having to rely entirely on my intuition, my eyes and my feelings. I am forced to be attentive, to decode the signs that I don’t know, to open up in order to understand, to take photographs. During my work in Moscow I repeatedly went through phases that transported me into a different state of mind and made it clear to me that there is nothing better than to take photographs – in order to understand.”
About the Artist
Andreas Herzau (b*1962), is a German photographer. He lives in Hamburg and is working worldwide. He also works as a writer for and about photography. He also is a visiting professor at the Department of Art and Design at the University of the Arts Bremen. From 1988 to 1990 he worked as an editor at the Hamburger Rundschau. From 1990 onwards he began working as a freelance writer for various daily newspapers and increasingly turned to photography.
About the Publisher
Edition Braus publishes books on the subjects of photography, art, gardens, travel and architecture. Berlin has been another focus in the publisher’s portfolio since 2010. In the creative environment of the Aufbau Haus on Moritzplatz in Kreuzberg, 15 to 20 publications appear per year under the direction of Jochen Stamm.