“Who sees who first? The picture me? Or me the picture? Between me and what I see there seems to be some kind of echo.” Pictures Follow Me contains a selection of roughly one hundred photographs by Gabrielle Strijewski, taken in Palermo in Sicily, in Olhão in Portugal, as well as in Paris, Berlin, Venice, Los Angeles, and lesser known places, between 1980 and 2019. From the themes and locations of the pictures, sixteen independent stories have emerged, which are summarized in the book in shorter or longer picture sequences. The photographs tell stories about cities and architecture, about people,...
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