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Zürich, Wednesday, February 25. 2004   Pine Needles as Meaningful Patterns   The Swiss Foundation for Photography shows Lukas Felzmann’s photo project “Landfall”, a contemporary picture story.   Nadine Olonetzky   Streets in a flooded terrain, the earth lies fallow Continue reading

Neue Zürcher Zeitung

Daniele Muscionico 25. Februar 2004 Nr.46   Lukas‘ Gospel: “Landfall “, the exhibition and the book.   Lukas Felzmann a photographer from Zürich reappears with an extradinory work: Landfall, a literary image journey along the seams of civilizations in the Continue reading


There is something wonderfully drawn out about the process of photography. Interesting pictures do not happen in a moment as is often thought but are the result of an extended attention and receptiveness. This process shifts back and forth between Continue reading

Landfall Text by Lukas Felzmann

The terrain traveled in this book is the region I call home and the vast land surrounding it. West of the Bay Area lies the Pacific Ocean and the Farallon Islands, the last piece of firm ground marking the edge, Continue reading

Fall and Desire by Peter Goin

Installation with sculptures, projection and photographs at XS Gallery, NevadaFALL and DESIRE, Lukas Felzmann’s Installation of media, sculptural objects, mural photographs, and projections identifies, concentrates, and in fact, relies upon the landscape as a metaphorical place. Landscape becomes a symbol Continue reading

Waters In Between Introduction

The photographs in Ghostpile were made in the Sacramento Valley. This is the northern section of California’s Great Central Valley which includes the San Joaquin Valley in the south. The two valleys are joined by the Delta, where all rivers Continue reading

Vögel im Sacramento-Tal

241-5 Lukas Felzmann Swarm, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 9. Januar 2012     Vögel im Sacramento-Tal     Fotografien von Lukas Felzmann     Suzanne Kappeler · Als Besucher in den eleganten Räumen der Galerie Seminarerum fühlt man sich mittendrin in Continue reading

Does Nature Play?, by Peter Pfrunder

Does Nature Play? Various are the roads of man. He who follows and compares them will see strange figures emerge, figures which seem to belong to that great cipher which we discern written everywhere, in wings, eggshells, clouds and snow, Continue reading