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Global Detail
2003

Global Detail

Nico Bick

HYPERMARKETS

In recent years Nico Bick has photographed mega-supermarkets in various European countries. His uniform approach reinforces their homogeneity. At the same time his large and very detailed photographs offer multiple layers through which to browse and discover just how refined the structures of the shopping environment are. Mineral water or soap powder are not just displayed anywhere at random. This realisation throws a whole different light on the idea of freedom of choice.

  • HYPERMARKETS

    In recent years Nico Bick has photographed mega-supermarkets in various European countries. His uniform approach reinforces their homogeneity. At the same time his large and very detailed photographs offer multiple layers through which to browse and discover just how refined the structures of the shopping environment are. Mineral water or soap powder are not just displayed anywhere at random. This realisation throws a whole different light on the idea of freedom of choice.

  • HYPERMARKETS

  • HYPERMARKETS

  • HYPERMARKETS

Sense of Space
2001

Sense of Space

Nico Bick

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The principle subject of Nico Bick's photographs is Amsterdam. There he records the view that people have when they look out their window, and that in part determines their experience of the urban environment. Commissioned by the Netherlands Architecture Institute, Bick made a large photographic canvass for the Dutch submission to the Venice Architecture Biënnale 2000. The canvass consists of a collection of images of people on the street; it is not so much the experience of what they see that is central, as the look of the people themselves, as they unsuspectingly move through public space.

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    The principle subject of Nico Bick's photographs is Amsterdam. There he records the view that people have when they look out their window, and that in part determines their experience of the urban environment. Commissioned by the Netherlands Architecture Institute, Bick made a large photographic canvass for the Dutch submission to the Venice Architecture Biënnale 2000. The canvass consists of a collection of images of people on the street; it is not so much the experience of what they see that is central, as the look of the people themselves, as they unsuspectingly move through public space.

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Korenbeurs
1999

Korenbeurs

Nico Bick

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Price EUR 35,00