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Stephan Vanfleteren has been photographing decrepit façades and forgotten vitrines throughout Belgium for the past decade. This has become a mela… Read More
Stephan Vanfleteren has been photographing decrepit façades and forgotten vitrines throughout Belgium for the past decade. This has become a melancholy portrait of vanishing small shops, closed village pubs, abandoned brothels and boarded-up façades. The 666 numbered books, bound in lead with embossed title and edition number, are part of an artistic installation that will be exhibited in the Budafabriek in Kortrijk from 9 March. photography: Stephan Vanfleteren Text: Jan Hertoghs en Stephan Vanfleteren Translation: Alain van Crugten Corrector: Françoise Osteaux, Marc Vingerhoedt Editor: Hadewych Van den Bossche Design: Tim Bisschop (www.houtkaaizeven.be) Press: die Keure, Brugge Binding: Van Mierlo, Nijmegen, Nederland order book here. © Uitgeverij Hannibal, 2013 Read Less
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Stephan Vanfleteren has been photographing decrepit façades and forgotten vitrines throughout Belgium for the past decade. This has become a melancholy portrait of vanishing small shops, closed village pubs, abandoned brothels and boarded-up façades.
 
The 666 numbered books, bound in lead with embossed title and edition number, are part of an artistic installation that will be exhibited in the Budafabriek in Kortrijk from 9 March.
 
Photography: Stephan Vanfleteren
Text: Jan Hertoghs en Stephan Vanfleteren
Translation: Alain van Crugten
Corrector: Françoise Osteaux, Marc Vingerhoedt
Editor: Hadewych Van den Bossche
Design: Tim Bisschop (www.houtkaaizeven.be)
Press: die Keure, Brugge
Binding: Van Mierlo, Nijmegen, Nederland
 
© Uitgeverij Hannibal, 2013
 
 
 
 
 
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