A visual monument that poignantly captures how Europe deals with the threat of global warming.

For four years, Carl De Keyzer spent four months a year traveling the coasts of Europe, from the far north to the south. He photographed alienating landscapes, desolate beaches, deserted hotels, wintry piers and dramatic cloudbursts: beautiful but ominous images with a high David Lynch quality. Moments before the Flood is pre-eminently a photography of waiting. Carl De Keyzer portrays the unheimlichkeit of the indefinable and the uncertain, with a masterful eye for its beauty and with an unparalleled sense of irony.

272 pages, 330 x 330 cm, ill.
published by Lannoo
2012, NL/EN/FR
ISBN 9789401400251
29,99 euro