Antwerp is a city that does not follow trends, but sets them – according to the photographer about ‘his’ Antwerp. Besides the usual suspects, there are countless new locations and hidden treasures to discover. Interspersed with images of the many historical pearls and other attractions of Antwerp, such as the MAS, the zoo, the railway station, the Cathedral of Our Lady and the harbour, this book becomes a photographic anthology of a city that leaves no-one unmoved. This wonderful impression is also a tribute to George van Cauwenbergh, father of the photographer, city guide and professional antwerp resident who, through a series of successful books, taught his fellow citizens to look lovingly at their city once again.
Wonderful Antwerp – A Story of fine Dining, Spirit and Style
After capturing the culinary hotspots and eccentric places to be in Paris, London and Amsterdam, Henk van Cauwenbergh brings Wonderful Antwerp before his lens.
Photography offers a thousand and one ways of looking at our societies. According to the international scene, Calvin’s main talent is that his works bear witness to the great respect he has for the personal identity of everyone he captures in photographs.
The Lunda are a dignified people. Powerful, brave, proud and loyal to the traditions of their ancestors. The Lunda were one of the most respected and successful civilisations in central Africa from the 18th to the mid-19th century, but even in the 21st century their culture and traditions remain vital and relevant.
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.
From illustrious superclubs to more intimate lounge bars, London has an unprecedented array of glamorous and sophisticated nightlife venues to offer. Whether you’re looking for a hardcore night of clubbing, an endless dance rave or something more relaxed, away from the neon glow and disco balls, the city will never disappoint.
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.