Whenever travleer Willy Puchner photographs his home city of Vienna, an illustrated book of a different kind is guaranteed to ensue. We then suddenly notice things we have never previous appreciated, discover perspectives which interestingly alientate the familiar - even a church suddenly standing on its head is out of place ... Accompanied by impressive images and a curious choice of words, Willy Puchner leads us through the Vienna we believe we know well - from the Stephansdom to the big wheel, and to places we have previously afforded only scant attention. His pictures of the Bohemian Prater, the Pathological Museum, of the Cemetery for the Nameless and of the angels which he encounters on his walks through the city create the image of an ancient yet modern city, a magical city in which every day sees new discoveries
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