Het trage lage land / The slow low land

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The slow low land depicts the diversity of the Dutch landscape through the eyes of famous Dutch photographers.

Info:

Author(s): Merel Bem
Appeared on: May 26th 2018
Language: Dutch
Pages: 96
Size: 300 x 240 mm
Edition: paperback, Swiss binding
ISBN: 9789462262713
Year: 2018
Publisher: Lecturis
Design: Studio de Ronners

Description

MORE Focus is the collective name for the photographic exhibitions in Museum MORE. The slow low land is the first in this series and depicts the diversity of the Dutch landscape through the eyes of famous Dutch photographers. The emphasis hereby is on four different topics that all play a part in defining the Netherlands:

• the landscape
• the city
• the interior
• the portrait.

While looking through the lens of a camera, the exhibition zooms in on dunes, rivers, nature, cities, streets, interiors, classrooms and people.

The slow low land provides a surprising view of the Netherlands, which is partly thanks to the quirky vision of the photographers in the exhibition, which also includes videos, and the accompanying book with the work of Gunhild Ang, Céline van Balen, Wout Berger, Dicky Brand, Annejet Brandsma, Koos Breukel, Noor Damen, Wim van Egmond, Romy Finke, Tom Janssen, Tahné Kleijn, Jan Koster, Natascha Libbert, Hellen van Meene, Hans van der Meer, Sam Otte, Gerco de Ruijter, Frank van der Salm, Bert Teunissen, Hans Wilschut en Edwin Zwakman.

Additional information

Weight 830 g