Adieu la Suisse

A nation’s landscape in pictures

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Nicolas Faure: Versoix, canton of Geneva

Martin Stollenwerk: freight shed, Rheinfelden, canton of Aargau

Jules Spinatsch: Unit BT, Davos, canton of Graubunden

Christian Schwager: infantry bunker, Näfels, canton of Glarus

Yann Gross: Jean Parpaite, Conthey, canton of Valais

Yann Gross: Rothis Western City, Gampel, canton of Valais

Christian Schwager: barn (1943), infantry bunker, Raten Pass (East), canton of Zug

Jules Spinatsch: Unit PAS, Arosa, canton of Graubunden

Andri Pol: Leukerbad, canton of Valais

Nicolas Faure: Ulrichen airfield, canton of Valais

Jean-Luc Cramatte: 1162 Saint-Prex, canton of Vaud

Andri Pol: the highest football pitch in Europe, Gspon, canton of Valais

 

 

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Pictures of Switzerland normally include its idyllic countryside, lakes and buildings. However, an exhibition at the Swiss Foundation for Photography in Winterthur is showing works by seven photographers that show a different and topical view of the country.

The show, entitled Adieu la Suisse and running until August 25, 2013, features photographs by Jean-Luc Cramatte, Nicolas Faure, Yann Gross, Andri Pol, Christian Schwager, Jules Spinatsch and Martin Stollenwerk.

 
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