After twenty years of working in the shadows, Michael Mack, founder of the eponymous publishing house three years ago, is experiencing a resounding success thanks to his audacious catalogue. He developed the character of his works while serving as an apprentice to the demanding Gerhard Steidl. The 46-year old from Britain is now betting on the finest and quality of his releases, and the risks he takes by publishing new talents while entering into deep dialogue with them.
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