Design Seen: Rolf Sachs

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The Swiss-born artist’s latest photography collection, Camera in Motion—From Chur to Tirano, features blurred images of landscapes that he captured while riding the Albula and Bernina lines of the Rhaetian Railway between Thusis, Switzerland, and Tirano, Italy. Individual photographs are available for sale—Sachs shot more than 20,000—and a book documenting the project will be released later this year. +44.207.610.6688, www.rolfsachs.com

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