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The Dutch photographer Kim Zwarts has travelled through the United States several times since 1982. In 2009 he wanted to investigate how his experiences and work from those years have influenced his later photography. Drawing on buildings that were designed by the architectural firm Morphosis, a number of important historical locations, and rural and urban landscapes that he found in his archive, Zwarts created quiescent landscapes – a functional architecture without people, petrified and frozen.
Kim Zwarts (Netherlands, 1955) graduated from the Art Academy in Maastricht. His work has been seen at the Bonnefantenmuseum in Maastricht and the Central Museum in Utrecht, among other venues. He is the recipient of a Kodak Award (1989) and the Werner Mantz Award (1997).
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