Overview participating exhibitions
With a few exceptions, almost all recreational interventions in the landscape date from after the Second World War. Notable examples are the European ski resorts like Flaine and Avoriaz, which were designed in the 1960s and built according to a clear plan. Other ski resorts were more Wild West operations, as the proliferation of chalet-like buildings testified. In THE SKIABLE LANDSCAPE Goos van der Veen shows us the radically reshaped mountain landscape and its users.
Goos van der Veen (Netherlands, 1958) received his diploma in 1982 from the School for Photography and Fotonica in The Hague. As a photojournalist he has published in
de Volkskrant, Vrij Nederland and other periodicals. In addition, he has worked for various cultural institutions and commercial clients. As well as THE SKIABLE LANDSCAPE he has also done the landscape series The Dutch Mountains and I Saw the Dead Wherever I looked.
Price EUR 15,00