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So Blue,So Blue-Edges of the Mediterranean

de Ad van Denderen

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According to the United Nations' Plan Bleu, over the next 20 years approximately 205 million second homes will be built to accommodate 350 million tourists annually along the coasts of Turkey and Spain alone. This influx of tourism and the return of "westernized" immigrants fuels religious and political radicalization and serves as a fulcrum for major economic changes and ecological pressures. So Blue, So Blue was initiated in 2001 when Dutch photographer Ad Van Denderen photographed a group of 100 illegal immigrants landing rubber boats in southern Spain. Soaked to the skin, they ran off in the morning light. Hours later, tourists appeared on the same beach, ready to enjoy another sunny day. Since then, Van Denderen has photographed in every country that borders the Mediterranean Sea. So Blue, So Blue is his attempt to understand the immense economic, political, socio-religious and ecological changes taking place around the open space that Europe, Asia and Africa have contested and shared for centuries.… (mais)
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According to the United Nations' Plan Bleu, over the next 20 years approximately 205 million second homes will be built to accommodate 350 million tourists annually along the coasts of Turkey and Spain alone. This influx of tourism and the return of "westernized" immigrants fuels religious and political radicalization and serves as a fulcrum for major economic changes and ecological pressures. So Blue, So Blue was initiated in 2001 when Dutch photographer Ad Van Denderen photographed a group of 100 illegal immigrants landing rubber boats in southern Spain. Soaked to the skin, they ran off in the morning light. Hours later, tourists appeared on the same beach, ready to enjoy another sunny day. Since then, Van Denderen has photographed in every country that borders the Mediterranean Sea. So Blue, So Blue is his attempt to understand the immense economic, political, socio-religious and ecological changes taking place around the open space that Europe, Asia and Africa have contested and shared for centuries.
  petervanbeveren | Jan 26, 2019 |
Gedurende vijf jaar fotografeerde Van Denderen in alle landen die gelegen zijn aan de Middellandse Zee en legde al fotograferend de enorme veranderingen op economisch, politiek en religieus gebied vast. Met een expositie in het Nederlands Fotomuseum en een daarbij behorend fotoboek is inmiddels veel aandacht aan dit project besteed.

Naast een korte doch kernachtige inleiding per land, volgen een aantal foto’s die een beeld geven van de huidige omstandigheden en problemen waarin het betreffende land zich bevindt.

Het resultaat is imponerend en bovenal indringend. Er is “analoog” op middenformaat film gefotografeerd hetgeen geresulteerd heeft in een beschouwende wijze van fotograferen.

Een (foto)boek om blij mee te zijn ( )
  deklerk | Sep 4, 2008 |
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According to the United Nations' Plan Bleu, over the next 20 years approximately 205 million second homes will be built to accommodate 350 million tourists annually along the coasts of Turkey and Spain alone. This influx of tourism and the return of "westernized" immigrants fuels religious and political radicalization and serves as a fulcrum for major economic changes and ecological pressures. So Blue, So Blue was initiated in 2001 when Dutch photographer Ad Van Denderen photographed a group of 100 illegal immigrants landing rubber boats in southern Spain. Soaked to the skin, they ran off in the morning light. Hours later, tourists appeared on the same beach, ready to enjoy another sunny day. Since then, Van Denderen has photographed in every country that borders the Mediterranean Sea. So Blue, So Blue is his attempt to understand the immense economic, political, socio-religious and ecological changes taking place around the open space that Europe, Asia and Africa have contested and shared for centuries.

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