Softcover, 128 pp, 4.3 × 7.1 in.
Ernst Moiré was a mysterious
Swiss photographer whose career
has been obscured by silence,
documentary voids, and
misinformation. Lytle Shaw’s The
Moiré Effect tracks the artist from
his humble Alpine beginnings as
the son of a postal clerk to his
fateful founding of a Zurich
photography studio in the 1890s
and his subsequent role in the lives
of a number of curious figures.
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