Entries by Urs Hintermann

"National waste": The ideal way to get back to work

For almost exactly eight weeks we weren't allowed to visit any real (photo) exhibitions, we had to put up with virtual tours - which, by the way, was not all negative, as many exhibitors and gallery owners came up with some original alternatives. Now it's time to slowly work your way back into the real exhibition world. I have [...]

Four photographers, four angles

Our everyday life is firmly in the grip of the pandemic. The NZZ photographers have been documenting the extraordinary situation for weeks. Karin Hofer, Annick Ramp, Christoph Ruckstuhl and Simon Tanner show their very personal view of the Corona crisis. The four photo spreads were published on April 11, 2020 in the weekly supplement of the NZZ and as an online photo spread. The newspaper pages as PDF: Christoph Ruckstuhl observes […]

Urs Hintermann: «Ver-rück­te Zeit»

Urs Hintermann, OC member of Photo Münsingen, is experiencing the corona pandemic like many of us: first with disbelief, then with a certain curiosity about how the state of emergency is changing our everyday lives. For a dedicated photographer, it makes sense to grab the camera. Thoughts and pictures of the first lockdown weeks. After the outbreak of the corona pandemic, I felt like everyone else: first shock […]