Hans Aarsman - Hollandse Taferelen - Amsterdam, Fragment Uitgeverij, 1989 - first edition - without page numbers (98pp.) - bound in linen band with dust jacket - 20.3 x 26 cm - condition: fine, very, very minimal traces of wear, limited to the dust jacket - edition of 2000 copies.
Parr & Badger - The Photobook: A History Volume II - Page 69.
Frits Gierstberg; Rik Suermondt - Het Nederlandse fotoboek - page 28 - page 28 - "The meaning and impact of 'Hollandse Taferelen' for Dutch photography of the 1990s can hardly be overstated"
From March 1988 to February 1989 the photographer-author travelled through the Netherlands with a camper and a large camera. He photographed landscapes, villages, sometimes special events such as the launching of a ship, a multiple car crash, or a folkloristic procession. He aimed at capturing everyday occurrences and show what is special in that (in terms of beauty, expectation, peace, surprise). The book contains 36 colour and 3 black-and-white full-page photos. The location of each photo is mentioned. During the trip the photographer wrote a column in newspaper Trouw and a monthly article in Foto magazine. Some of these are also included in the book (25 pp. small text). Topics discussed in the columns and articles are: the point of photography, the fate of single persons, notes about looking and (rare) encounters.
(NBD|Biblion review, Piet Huson.)
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- Autor/ Illustrator
- Hans Aarsman
- Hollandse Taferelen
- Erscheinungsjahr (ältestes Objekt)
- Erstausgabe in diesem Format
- Fragment Uitgeverij
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