1. NOWHERE_1

    Imagining The Global City (cover #1) Frank van der Salm
    55.00

    Imagining The Global City (cover #1)

    Frank van der Salm NOWHERE - Imagining The Global City collects photographer Frank van der Salm’s work of the past 25 years. The image of a consumer-oriented, imaginary metropolis rises from this book, designed by Irma Boom. Images – sometimes upside down – question each other about the reality they represent. Together, they form the image of a city that, all of a sudden, seems to be simultaneously everywhere and nowhere, yet: here now.

  2. NOWHERE_2

    Imagining The Global City (cover #2) Frank van der Salm
    55.00

    Imagining The Global City (cover #2)

    Frank van der Salm NOWHERE - Imagining The Global City collects photographer Frank van der Salm’s work of the past 25 years. The image of a consumer-oriented, imaginary metropolis rises from this book, designed by Irma Boom. Images – sometimes upside down – question each other about the reality they represent. Together, they form the image of a city that, all of a sudden, seems to be simultaneously everywhere and nowhere, yet: here now.

  3. NOWHERE_3

    Imagining The Global City (cover #3) Frank van der Salm
    55.00

    Imagining The Global City (cover #3)

    Frank van der Salm NOWHERE - Imagining The Global City collects photographer Frank van der Salm’s work of the past 25 years. The image of a consumer-oriented, imaginary metropolis rises from this book, designed by Irma Boom. Images – sometimes upside down – question each other about the reality they represent. Together, they form the image of a city that, all of a sudden, seems to be simultaneously everywhere and nowhere, yet: here now.

  4. Het moet anders | Time to change

    De veranderende wereld van de Nederlandse koe | The Changing World of The Dutch Cow Hans van der Meer
    34.50

    De veranderende wereld van de Nederlandse koe | The Changing World of The Dutch Cow

    Hans van der Meer The gap between the consumer and the world of the cow has been growing over the past few decades. Hans van der Meer lives in the centre of Amsterdam, but when his farmer friend Jaap Hemke goes on holiday, Hans looks after the farm. He has been doing this for nearly twenty years, stimulating a deep interest and a particular insight into dairy farming.

  5. Ebifananyi #8

    Ekifananyi Kya Muteesa, The King Pictured, by many Andrea Stultiens
    18.50

    Ekifananyi Kya Muteesa, The King Pictured, by many

    Andrea Stultiens Ekifananyi Kya Muteesa presents a collective visual research into the social and cultural biography of the first photographic portrait made of a king in Buganda. The photograph was made by explorer Henry Morton Stanley in 1875 and was barely known in Uganda when Andrea Stultiens started this research. Interpretations of this picture are known and in use in the country.

  6. The Netherlands – off the shelf / Nederland – uit voorraad leverbaar

    Hans van der Meer
    39.50

    Hans van der Meer In The Netherlands – Off the shelf, Hans van der Meer brings together his own photography and his fascination for vernacular photography (he is co-founder of Useful Photography magazine) for the first time. By including catalogue images of street furniture, he casts a different light on the Netherlands. It suddenly becomes clear where the familiarity and interchangeability come from.

  7. WATW – We Are The World

    Multiple authors
    35.00

    Chen Xiao, Jin Jiangbo, Mo Yi, Song Chao, Xiong Wenyun, Zhao Liang, Zeng Han, Jacqueline Hassink, Theo Niekus, WassinkLundgren, Henk Wildschut, Frank van der Salm, Gerald van der Kaap, Ad van Denderen WATW is short for We Are The World. In the framework of this 2009/2010 travelling exhibition, a collaboration between the Three Shadows Photography Art Centre (Beijing, CN) and Paradox (Edam, NL), the project is referring to the latter notion: common responsibility for the highly complex, culturally, economically and socially interrelated world we are living in.