The Leica gallery presents a must-see retrospective of the black-and-white and color work of the Swiss photographer, whose insolence is reflected in his attitude as much as in his images. Michael Von Graffenried has tried his hand at nearly every style of photography, as this exhibition shows. He first made a name for himself working in his native country of Switzerland, in Berne, where his unflattering photos of members of parliament gave him an early reputation as a troublemaker.
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