Rome, Utrecht, Saint-Petersburg, Paris, Stockholm: the spectator may not recognize them, but these are some of the places visited in City Diary, the Jena Stadtmuseum’s current exhibition, devoted to the work of Swedish photographer, Anders Petersen. The series, in large-format and (like all of Petersen’s work) black-and-white, displays 100 of his photographs like a personal journal written during his travels from 2004 to 2010.
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