Shirana Shahbazi (*1974) was born in Tehran, emigrated to Germany and moved to Zurich in the nineties, where she still lives today. In her work, the artist fuses analog photographic craft with conceptual arrangements. In doing so, she translates her works experimentally onto a wide variety of media. Her works can be found in the collections of numerous museums, such as the Guggenheim Museum (NYC), MoMa (NYC), and Tate Modern (London). In 2019, Shirana Shahbazi was awarded the Prix Meret Oppenheim at Art Basel.
Walter Pfeiffer (*1946) is a Swiss artist who lives and works in Zurich. For many years he was one of the underground artists who published in the environment of homosexual zines. A wider audience found his work only at the beginning of the 2000s through his contributions to magazines such as i-D or Vogue. His breakthrough as an artist manifested itself after the publication of his book "Welcome Aboard. Photographs 1980-2000." Walter Pfeiffer enjoys international recognition, both for his previous and for his current work.
Larissa Hofmann (*1992) is an up–and–coming and well regarded German photographer. Her work was discovered on Instagram, where she received her first job request - for Givenchy. Her photographs fascinate, combining a curious and playful staging with a poetic impression. Today, Larissa Hofmann shoots campaigns for Hugo Boss and multiple projects for Jil Sander and Marc Jacobs. She also publishes editorials in renowned magazines such as “Self Service”, “The Gentlewoman” and “The Face Magazine”.
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