Ad van Denderen. So Blue, So Blue – Edges of the MediterraneanArticle 11000453
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With So Blue, So Blue, Ad van Denderen seeks to give a rather more balanced view of the Mediterranean region. Addressing the globalisation-related issues that affect all the Mediterranean countries (tourism, ecology, migration, criminality, terrorism, religion, corruption, etc.), he has succeeded in portraying the Mediterranean region as a cohesive and close-knit area in spite of all its diversity.
At the same time, So Blue, So Blue breaks the conventional mould of photojournalism. Ad van Denderen's documentary photographs are a far cry from the lurid and judgmental images of catastrophe that feed the news tickers through the internet. Using a medium format camera, he takes pictures that demand lengthy preparation and research. His photographs are the result of intense and sensitive observation conducted over a period of five years, yet they are never patronizing. They give the viewer a glimpse behind the scenes of the Mediterranean “playground” cliché. The unspectacular things and situations they show all bear witness to the causalities, commonalities and contradictions of a region that, for centuries, has straddled the cultural divides of Europe, Africa and the Near East, revealing the cracks in the social and political structures.
Dimensions: 90.5 x 128 cm
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