Christian Lutz

Swiss photographer Christian Lutz (born 1973, lives and works in Geneva) is a graduate from ESA 75, L'Ecole Supérieure des Arts et de l'Image in Brussels, and is a recipient of several awards. His work is both exhibited throughout the world and regularly published.
From 2003 to 2012 the primary focus of Christian Lutz was to create a trilogy on power that brought him international recognition. Three books: Protokoll, Tropical Gift and In Jesus' Name were subsequently published based on political, economic and religious power. His photographic approach focuses on a scrupulous sociological observation of human groups and while the formal qualities of his images are visually appealing they often reflect an acerbic visual commentary on our collective preconceived socio-political constructs. From his earlier documentary approach to photography, his work has since evolved to encompass a more cinematographic perception of his environment.

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Christian Lutz - Citizens
Edition Patrick Frey
Swiss photographer Christian Lutz documents right-wing populist people, movements and hot spots all over Europe.
Christian Lutz - The Pearl River
Edition Patrick Frey
Post-empire in the new Middle Kingdom: what once was America is now China. After his Insert Coins project (2016) about the decline of Las Vegas, Swiss photographer Christian Lutz set off to explore the world's new gambling capital, Macao, where everything revolves likewise around money, luxury, surfaces.

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