Misha de Ridder - Schwammhöchi, 2011 including book Abendsonne

Signed on a label
29,5 x 35,8 cm
Edition of 100

This print comes together with the book Abendsonne (ISBN: 9783932187889). This photobook was selected as one of the Best Books of 2011 by: Antone Dolezal, photographer/ managing editor photo-eye Magazine; Adam Bell, photographer/ writer; Marco Delogu, photographer/ publisher Punctum.

Sometimes natural phenomena can become so estranged and mysterious, that we are inclined to describe them as unreal realities. It might be the extraordinary shape of a tree, a mountain, a shadow, a cloud or the mirroring reflection of nature in a lake, but it is foremost the unfamiliarity of the natural aesthetics of reality. The photos in this book literally refer to such an unfamiliar natural phenomenon, a phenomenon that appears twice a year during the end of the autumn and the beginning of spring for the period of one week in an area in the Swiss Alps. During the winter season a village is permanently covered by the shadow of a high mountain in the west, which eliminates all direct sunlight. A week before darkness falls, the sun appears one more time after it has set every evening. A mysterious phenomenon known as ʻAbendsonneʼ.

Since de Ridder’s graduation at the Utrecht School of the Arts his work has been widely exhibited. He has exhibited at Juliette Jongma Gallery, Layr Wuestenhagen Contemporary, PhotoEspaña, the Triennial of Photography Hamburg, Noorderlicht Photofestival, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Foam Amsterdam, The Museum of the City of New York and FoMu in Antwerp.

  His latest work Falaise (2016) is also available in our webshop.

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