The exhibition can be seen from today on at the Dom Square in Utrecht. 18 Again connects to the theme of the Cultural Sunday, Young, Younger, Youngest on 28 October.
Dom Square, Utrecht, NL
October 22 - November 4, 2012
the Best Dutch Book Designs about A Falling Horizon:
In this beautifully executed little book one is struck not only by the subject but also by the care with which the photoreportage is arranged and handled. On a tiny island in the river Noord near Dordrecht, the family of Hannie de Vos and her children have to make way for ‘new nature’, a government scheme that aims to restore parts of the countryside to the ‘old nature’ that was there before humans got their hands on it.
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The series A Falling Horizon is on show during the International Photofestival Noorderlicht. The work will be exhibited in a small church in Rottevalle, a dutch frisian village. For more info (in dutch) click here. This years festivals theme is Terra Cognita and is about the relation between man and nature.
Noorderlicht International Photofestival, NL
September 2 – October 7, 2012
The book A Falling Horizon is part of the exhibition A Survey of Documentary Styles in Early 21st Century in San Francisco based Gallery Carte Blanche. The exhibition is a selection of 70 photobooks from the Indie Photobook Library, curated by Darius Himes & Larissa Leclair.
Gallery Carte Blanche,
San Francisco, USA
September 14th – October 18th, 2012
May 19, 2012
Also this Saterday in the supplement of another newspaper, a portrait of Sander Overeinder, chef of restaurant As.
May 19, 2012
The series Death is not the end about mounted pets is published in Tijd today. Tijd is the weekend magazine of Dutch newspaper Trouw.