Overview participating exhibitions
For many people, only part of the physical reality of the world of plants is directly visible. In addition to the forms that we can see with the unaided eye, plants are surrounded by an invisible electromagnetic field. Paul den Hollander brings the form and field together, creating a totally new experience of reality as he does. But more: with THE LUMINOUS GARDEN he builds a bridge between art and science.
Paul den Hollander (Netherlands, 1950) studied at the St. Joost Academy for Art and Design in Breda, a city which in 1973 honoured him with the City of Breda Prize. Since then Den Hollander has made a name for himself with work in which nature is central. He has published several monographs, including Moments in Time (1982), Les Pyramides du Nord (1992) and Voyage Botanique (1997), which earned the Foto Kees Scherer Prize for the best Dutch photo book.
Price EUR 15,00