THE NEW YORK TIMES:  "Here’s something you rarely see: New York psychotherapists in their offices in August. It took Sebastian Zimmermann, a psychiatrist on the Upper West Side, 13 years to produce FIFTY SHRINKS, a book of portraits depicting “therapists in their natural habitats.” Dr. Zimmermann, who began studying photography as an outlet to counterbalance all the trauma and drama he was taking in as a therapist, said he was struck by the diversity of spaces in which his colleagues worked."  > full article

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THE HUFFINGTON POST ARTS & CULTURE: "It didn't take long before psychiatrist Sebastian Zimmerman noticed a paradox within his particular profession. Although he worked with a wide variety of people, in theory, so much of his day was spent in isolation, holed up in his own office away from the world. This strange realization came to be the motivation behind Zimmerman's interest in photography, a vehicle through which he could access the spaces outside of the therapist's room.And yet it is the office itself that became Zimmerman's muse."  > full article

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20MINUTOS.SE MAGAZINE:  >  full article

FEATURE IN DUZY FORMAT, POLAND: Slide show > full article