Architecture is everywhere

The whole town

published by Thomas Gruber and Hermann Schnöll

A project by the photographers Dieter Huber, Rainer Iglar, Kurt Kaindl, Kai Kuss, Fritz Lorber, Michael Mauracher, Reinhart Mlineritsch, Hanns Otte, Andrew Phelps, Joyce Rohrmoser, Herman Seidl and Elisabeth Wörndl
With texts by Timm Starl and Otto Kapfinger

Published by Verlag Anton Pustet, Salzburg 1997

ISBN 3-7025-0362-5

Die ganze Stadt

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Urban Salzburg is the object of an investigation by twelve Salzburg-based artistic photographers, within the context of an extensive joint project, looking at urban buildings and everyday architecture.

Each photographer chose a special district as a theme and translated his/her experience of that district into pictures. An explicit treatment of the relationship between photography and architecture in the context of the town is what unites the different conceptions of the artists.

This publication – a superior photographic investigation and inventory – provides the impetus for a discussion of contemporary architecture and town planning and to a subsequent dialogue between city dwellers and city planners.