In part of the AIPAD Photography Show 2015, the Galerie f5,6 selected for us three photographs from Carl Strüwe and Anne Schwalbe's work. Between 1926 and 1959 Carls Strüwe (1898-1988) worked on the series Formen des Mikrokosmos and explored the world with a microscope and a folding camera. As a pioneer of micro-photography he systematically worked on a categorization of the small shapes and forms, archetypes and the primitive.
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