28-06-2013 | 17.12
In December last year we started the collaboration with GUP (Guide to Unique Photography) to start the GUP Gallery in Trouw. After the work of Remco Muntz and Peter Lipton, the third photographer will be shown in our gallery: Loek van Vliet.
In his latest project titled 'Heilige Gronden' (translates into Sacred Grounds), van Vliet tries to encapture the urge for silence. Quite understandable, because many of us live in crowded and busy cities where everything and everyone seems to demand your attention. In the club you'll also sometimes crave a moment for yourself, away from the music for just a couple of minutes to find a bit of peace and quiet. This photo collection provides a moment of relaxation, a moment tranquility in which you can dream off into the slience of nature. Van Vliet sees the 'silenced areas' of the Netherlands as modern holy grounds; a suited place for contemplation and reflection. The collection can be viewed in our toilet from June 28th.
More information: www.loekvanvliet.nl