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◇ Lichtsteiner, Rudolf - SIKART Lexikon zur Kunst in der Schweiz

◇ Rudolf Lichtsteiner – FotografenWiki

◇ Fotostiftung: Annual programme 2015

1914/18 –
Rudolf Lichtsteiner –
On the State of Things
24 Oc­to­ber 2015
to 14 Feb­ru­ary 2016
Rudolf Licht­steiner, born in Win­terthur in 1938, first caused a stir in the pho­tog­ra­phy world when he was awarded the pres­ti­gious Nicéphore Niépce Prize in 1966. At the time, Licht­steiner was part of a Eu­ro­pean avant-garde who lib­er­ated the medium of pho­tog­ra­phy from its purely re­pro­duc­tive func­tion and re­flected on its com­plex re­la­tion­ship to re­al­ity. “Pho­tog­ra­phy is so dif­fi­cult be­cause it’s so sim­ple,” is one of Licht­steiner’s claims, and is in­dica­tive of his philo­soph­i­cal lean­ings. Rudolf Licht­steiner mis­trusts the vis­i­ble and ques­tions our see­ing habits by en­abling to­tally new image ex­pe­ri­ences through pre­cise mul­ti­fac­eted con­cepts. Every­day ob­jects and sit­u­a­tions – a table, a tree or his own room – pro­vide him with an ideal field of ref­er­ence by means of which he is able to look from the out­side to the in­side and dis­cover sym­bols that ex­press a peace­ful, haunt­ing and some­time dream­like po­etry. The ex­hi­bi­tion at the Fo­to­s­tiftung Schweiz, where Rudolf Licht­steiner’s oeu­vre is pre­served, is the first com­pre­hen­sive ret­ro­spec­tive show and clearly il­lus­trates just how con­sis­tently this con­cep­tual artist ad­heres to his cho­sen path.