Horst Tappe, writers’ portraits
from June 21 until September 28 2014
Horst Tappe (1938-2005) settled down in Montreux on the shores of Lake Geneva in 1965 and photographed the most famous of this world, always in black and white and with his Hasselblad : actors, writers, painters, journalists, musicians and scientists. He is known worldwide for his portraits of Vladimir Nabokov and Oscar Kokoschka. In collaboration with the Horst Tappe Foundation, the Jan Michalski Foundation hosts from June 21 until September 28 an exhibition dedicated to Horst Tappe’s portraits of writers.
Opening hours : Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from 2 to 6 PM, from June 21 to September 28 2104