February 13, 2024
Born in Mumbai, Ulka Chauhan studied in India, Switzerland and the US and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a major in Finance and Economics. Her passion for photography was triggered by a photo workshop in 2019. Since then her work has been featured in Leica blogs, as well as in several online arts and humanities and photography websites. She has participated in group exhibitions in Zürich and Mumbai in 2019 and 2020, while upcoming exhibitions include the Venice Photo Lab and Treviso Photographic Festival. She is an active member of the Swiss Street Collective and a co-editor of its blog. Her book, Two Worlds, is an exploration that contrasts and connects the linear and structured world of Switzerland and the cyclical and chaotic world of India. More
Born in Zürich on 9 October, 1927, he began his training photography with Theo Vornow in 1944, then continued his photographic studies at the Arts & Crafts College in Zürich, before beginning an apprenticeship as cameraman for documentary films in 1946.
As of 1949, he was a photo reporter for various Swiss and international magazines. His first non-commissioned series Magie der Schiene was produced in 1949 by his own Turnus Publishing. He left photo journalism at the beginning of the fifties and began to build up a very successful career as an industrial and commercial photographer, supported by his wife Rita (1923–2013). Groebli’s experiments with colour photography in both free, artistic works, as well as in applied areas, are sensational and enjoy international acclaim. He withdrew from commercial photography at the end of the seventies. More