Civilization – The Way We Live Now

Dear friends,

I am incredibly delighted to share some extraordinary news with you.

Part of my series “Landscapes Within” will be shown in a group expo called “Civilization: The Way We Live Now”. The show will travel the globe doing all major musea worldwide. This mammoth of an expo will feature top names like Edward Burtynsky, Nadav Kander, Robert Polidori and Olaf Otto Becker.

In all fairness: these photographers are my absolute heroes! I literally have all their books. They’re not just heroes, they’re true legends. Safe to say I’m extremely honoured – and humbled – to be able to show my work alongside these masters of photography.

The inaugural opening is on Wednesday 17th of October at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul, South Korea. The expo itself is curated by William Ewing and is produced by the Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography (FEP).

As one of the featured photographers I’m also included in the upcoming book release Civilization, by Thames & Hudson. The book launch is at the Flowers Gallery in London, on November the 5th, in partnership with Photo London.

Apart from all the fine photos and works there will be artist talks and symposia as well.

Civilization – Exhibition dates & venues:

National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art
Seoul, South Korea
October 18th 2018 > February 17th 2019

Flowers Gallery
London, UK
Civilization Book Launch: November 5th 2018
Civilization Mini-Expo: November 7th 2018 > December 22nd 2018

Ullens Center of Contemporary Art
Beijing, China
March 9th 2019 > May 26nd 2019

National Gallery of Victoria
Melbourne, Australia
September 20th 2019 > February 2nd 2020

Musée des Civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée (MUCEM)
Marseille, France
January 16th 2021 > April 16th 2021

Future plans for the show include Montreal, Canada and various locations in Europe. The list of exhibition venues will be updated regularly on the website of the FEP.

The book can be ordered through Amazon, Thames & Hudson and The Guardian.

I sincerely hope each and everyone of you have the chance to see this exhibition in person. And I really hope to meet you personally in Marseille.

Thanks for the support everyone!