Thomas Flechtner


In Thomas Flechtner’s photographs, snow becomes a metaphor for timelessness, stillness, peace, distance, and loneliness. Both civilization and the untouched countryside succumb to the gentle weight of this element. "Coldness" remains a superficial memory. In fact these images, without any people in them, make the viewer long for silence and transparency. But they also admit an abstract aesthetic perception of the composition and the enormous diversity of photographic "white", which makes Flechtner's work into some of the most striking produced in contemporary photographic art.

Thomas Flechtner was born in Winterthur/Switzerland in 1961 and lives in La Sagne/Switzerland. His photographs can be seen in exhibitions all over the world.

Author(s): Thomas Flechtner
Edited by Lars Müller
Design: Integral Lars Müller

Buch Vorzugsausgabe
29 × 37 cm, 11 ½ × 14 ½ in
120 pages, 100 illustrations
Limited special edition in aluminium case, signed, with a photograph by Thomas Flechtner
2001, 978-3-03778-003-9, English
3 500,00 €