With this exhibition by the Austrian photographer Gerhard Trumler, born in 1937, the AnzenbergerGallery is featuring another master of classic black-and-white photography. Through several excellent vintage prints prepared by the photographer himself, the daily life of farmers in the rugged cultural landscape of the Waldviertel is portrayed in a poetic way. In Trumler’s photographs, we are introduced to a mythical region, getting glimpses into houses there, and discovering unique characters. Trumler spent his early youth in the Waldviertel and the photographic documentation of rural culture has always been a theme in his photographic work. In this series, the essence of...
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