Isabelle Pateer, All is pink when I am blinded
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Isabelle Pateer

All is pink when I am blinded, Doel, Belgium, 2007
From the Unsettled (2007 - 2012) series
Website - IsabellePateer.com

Isabelle Pateer (b. 1980, The Netherlands) is a fine art documentary photographer based in Antwerp, Belgium. Her Unsettled series, a long-term project that questions the worldwide phenomenon of industrial expansions and its consequences, was awarded, published and exhibited internationally with a project grant from the Dutch ‘Anna Cornelis Foundation in 2010. A book publication of Unsettled is scheduled for winter 2012 - 2013.

Posted on Monday, June 21, 2010.

 

 

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