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20.03.2019 19:30

Boekpresentatie

Pay what you can

Catherine Lemblé: Cabin Fever

Photographer Catherine Lemblé is pleased to invite you to the presentation of her first photo book Cabin Fever on 20 March.

For the occasion she reinterprets an existing work customized for Kunsthal.

About the book:
In Cabin Fever, photographer Catherine Lemblé puts her focus on the mountains. In search of the frontier where man merges into its environment, she encounters a ruthless and omnipotent nature, in which every living creature must finally acknowledge his superiority. In 31 photographs she depicts the longing for a world where simplicity, silence and repose are abundant. The cabin as a last resort, a panacea in a landscape that's changing irrevocably.

Catherine Lemblé (1990°, Aalst) lives and works in Brussels. Her work has been exhibited in Recyclart, De Bijloke and De Brakke Grond. Cabin Fever is her first book.

Edition: 300, numbered
Design: Joris Verdoodt & Mathieu Serruys
Printing: L.capitan
Size: 8,4"x10,9"
Binding: Swiss binding
Pages: 44
Self-published, Februari 2019

€ 29

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