NEW HORIZONS - Sharing adventures
For three years in a row, I carefully examined the horizon`s qualities and promises - aiming to make them visible and shareable. So far, the book is the most tactile and tangible expression of this desire.
But this is not where it ends. If you what like to know how the journey continues and is taking me, please consider signing up for my monthly newsletter Sharing Adventures. It will appear for the first time in March 2019 and then hopefully forever onwards.
Zomer 2021, Den Haag:
There are currently no horizon observations in preparation. Would you like to know when one is forthcoming, please let me know by e-mail at info(a)photologix(.)nl.
Exhibitions & encounters
7 mei - 25 juli 2021, Zandvoort:
Tentoonstelling Ode aan het Landschap met deelname van NEW HORIZONS. [ Read more ]
Every Monday, The Hague:
A new Monday, walking along the horizon [ Read more ]
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NEW HORIZONS - the book
A tangible and shareable invitation to experience abundance in space and time. Made with love, without concessions, to let it develop exactly into what it was meant to become.
NEW HORIZONS was published in a one-off print run of 2012 numbered copies.
NEW HORIZONS was included in the annual selection of Best Book Designs in The Netherlands, and awarded a Bronze Medal in the Schönste Bücher aus aller Welt election in Leipzig. It also received European Design Award for Artistic Catalogue in Istanbul.
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"For true love is inexhaustible; the more you give, the more you have. And if you go to draw at the true fountainhead, the more water you draw, the more abundant is its flow." ~ Antoine de Saint-Exupéry