The Picture of Dorya Glenn is a collaboration between photographer Filip Naudts and the Dutch-Chinese writer/artist Julie O’yang. The result is a photographic romance noir, a dark surrealistic sci-fi photo novella in which the authors also play the main characters: Julie in the guise of the alien Dorya Glenn, and Filip in that of himself.
The Picture of Dorya Glenn
A photographer stalks a writer after he heavily distorts and manipulates her portrait. Like a paparazzo, he lurks in wait. He records every detail of her daily life with his camera while she writes the sci-fi story that is published in this book. But above all he wants to know what impact the image manipulation has on her psyche. With inevitable consequences for both of them.
Father De Leeuw started importing South African wine over forty years ago. In the meantime, under the passionate leadership of son Peter, Kaapwijn Import De Leeuw has grown into one of the most efficient purchasing platforms in Belgium. The house represents a fine selection of top domains that not only produce magnificent wines, but are also worth discovering themselves.
Jacques Brel immortalized the West Flanders hinterland; le plat pays, in more than one chanson. This flat land between the North Sea and Bruges is littered with picturesque villages such as Damme, Lissewege, Houtave or Ramskapelle. Idyllic, seemingly godforsaken places with whitewashed houses and messy farmyards.
This book tells the story of a human adventure, that of the photographer Julius Mwelu, a talented and generous Kenyan, who was born in the valley of Mathare and has survived there. This part of Nairobi is one of the immense slums that make the Kenyan capital a permanent social scandal.
Angelo Turconi, traveller and photographer in Africa, takes us to the heart of central Africa in Sur les pistes du Congo. It is the result of special impressions and unforgettable encounters: the head of the Yaka in ceremonial outfit, the leader of the Pende and Chokwe beautifully dressed, the king of Lunda on his throne, a rare family portrait of the Kitawala…
Les Brasseries de Paris, the first volume in Henk van Cauwenbergh’s much-talked-about series on cities, has been out of print for quite some time now. High time, therefore, to devote a new book to the creative and frivolous city of lights that is so dear to him. In this Paris Revisited, he presents an up-to-date picture of the atmosphere that Paris exudes today and tomorrow.