Swiss photographer Willy Spiller’s chronicles of life in L.A and New York foreground the absurdity of the quotidian. The practitioner’s profoundly human images record the youthful vitality of the 1970s and 1980s, transporting the viewer to the diverse spaces and places that defined an iconic era.
At Bildhalle, Zurich, until 27 January. Find out more: www.bildhalle.ch.
Credits:Willy Spiller, Subway NY, Elevated Station 180 St. Queens, 1977-1985, Archival Pigment Print, 47 x 65 cm, Edition 5 & 2 AP