Alberto Venzago is considered the most important Swiss reportage photographer. For over 40 years, the winner of the "Robert Capa Award" has worked for world-renowned news magazines such as Stern, Sunday-Time Magazine and Life. Critics have attested to the 66-year-old Zurich native's ability to follow people with his lens without them consciously noticing him. This results in intimate portraits and contemporary documents - about voodoo ghost healers, the Japanese Mafia and the Pentagon. As an artist, Venzago has celebrated international success for years.