Reading "Alpine oysters are not sipped"
In May 2022, journalist and artist Samuel Herzog finds 16 postcards from 1966 in Paris. They all come from Graubünden, written by an enigmatic Osamine. For FRIDA Magazine, Herzog makes his way to the areas depicted on the postcards. He photographs and writes a text about what he experiences on site.
The result of this unique project is a richly illustrated travel book. A literary homage to the landscapes and people of Graubünden, where fiction and reality meet in a surprising and often humorous way. And last but not least, this somewhat different travel guide treads untrodden paths through the agriculture, flora and cuisine of the Swiss mountain canton.
Samuel Herzog published micromagazines, supervised a micro-publishing house and was on the road in Europe as a companion for couchette cars. Last but not least, he became known to a large readership because he wrote about art for the NZZ for many years.
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