Ghost Estates, Ireland, 2011
Ghost Estates by Valerie Anex
The National Institute for Regional and Spatial Analysis NIRSA defines a ghost estate as a development of ten houses or more in which fifty per cent or less of homes are occupied or completed. In October 2010, according to official estimates, there were 2846 ghost estates and more than 350 000 vacant homes throughout the Republic of Ireland. Ghost estates can be found everywhere…
Production of genetically manipulated rice species, Belgium
The Third day by Henrik Spohler
Food production in the age of industrialized agriculture and genetic technology.
Texts by Christiane Stahl and Friedemann Schmoll, english/german
96 Pages, 55 colour plates, hardcover, 30,5 x 25,8 cm
Hatje Cantz, ISBN 978-3-7757-3610-7
Mais l’enfant, l’oeil farouche roulant des regards éperdus, lui crache au visage et dégaine sans lui répondre un mot.
- Sophocle, Antigone
The onset of twilight heralds the kids’ time: because in the evening the high-rise community of Weimar-West belongs to them.
Weimar Paradies by Nathalie Mohadjer
CHERRY BLOSSOM TIME IN JAPAN THE COMPLETE WORKS LEE FRIEDLANDER
All Photographs © 2006 Lee Friedlander – Publication © 2006 Fraenkel Gallery –
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Volkscafés by Jimmy Kets (Antwerp, Belgium)
John Gould: The Birds of Australia
Sp Coll n1-a.1-8
Special Collection: Birds, Bees and Blooms
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© Michel Castermans – Editions Yellow Now
Frontière – Grens by Michel Castermans
[…] There is a highly symbolic and much talked-about place in Belgium, but one that seems almost impossible to picture: the linguistic border. […]
Michel Castermans Frontière / Grens
Publisher: Editions Yellow Now