The Hamburg-based gallerist Robert Morat is betting on new talent this year. On display at his stand are the imminent Christian Patterson, with his “investigation” photos taken from the project Redheaded Peckerwood, which tells the story of a crime committed in the 1950s. In a different style, the magnificent multidisciplinary photographer Joakim Eskildsen gently captures human expressions and scenes from everyday life.
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