Wolfgang Straub

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Wolfgang Straub (born 1969 in Waiblingen[1]) is a Swiss lawyer and photographer.

Photographic works[edit]

His series of still lifes ‘Le dictionnaire des analphabètes’ deal with visual evidence of the paradoxical.[2]

His 'Enchanted Gardens' series deals with conveying an emotional content by means of altering forms of expression.[3][4][5]

Straub's works are present in several public and private collections.

Photographic publications[edit]

Enchanted Gardens, Wyss Bern/Museum Franz Gertsch Burgdorf 2010, ISBN 978-3-033-02263-8 and ISBN 978-3-7285-2010-4

Solo exhibitions[edit]


  1. ^ "Wolfgang Straub jusqu’au 28 février 2010 Musée Franz Gertsch Burgdorf", Ars longa, vita brevis (English)
  2. ^ PDN Photo Design, New York, 1995, no. 10, p. 36f; Photog, Hong Kong, no. 269, 2/1995, p. 20-24; Color Foto, Munich, no. 6/1995 p. 34-38; Diorama - Fotografía e Imagen (Madrid) No. 139, p. 22-28; Iris Foto, São Paulo, no. 496, 10/1996, p. 10-12; Norsk Fotografisk Tidsskrift, Mysen, no. 3/1995, p. 38f; Photography International, Auckland, no. 9, 1/1996, p. 46-49
  3. ^ Konrad Tobler, Puck‘s Garden, in: Wolfgang Straub, Enchanted Gardens, Berne 2010, p. 13-18, ISBN 978-3-033-02263-8
  4. ^ "Wolfgang Straub’s Arcadian Gardens", January 2010
  5. ^ "Wolfgang Straub - Enchanted Gardens", Photographie Online, November 25, 2009 (English)

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