IT MEANS NOTHING TO ME (OH, VIENNA)
IT MEANS NOTHING TO ME (OH, VIENNA) is a artist's book that asks for an almost long forgotten task—to look closer at the ordinary features of the urban space. Two perspectives are working together to give an image to a city.
The photo book is a dialogue between Niko Havranek and Virginia de Diego, who comes from Madrid, but lived in Vienna for two years.
“This is a story about two people photographing the same city.
Behind their pictures, an essence of singularity and singularity, that belies their apparent simplicity.”
Virginia de Diego is a Spanish visual artist and her works feature photography, sculpture and conceptual research, with a focus on social, aesthetical and historical topics. Niko Havranek is a viennese photographer with a dedication to finding the special and unique in ordinary sceneries—one of his special interests is street photography.
Niko Havranek, Virginia de Diego
22 × 26 cm
Hardcover with Blind Embossing