N/A - AV0198
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Présentation by the artist:
"This series shows children in their approach to nature according to their imagination and their fascination for fairy tales.
Behind the house, far away from the life of adults, the garden, the fields and the forest become an immense land to explore. The murky spot under the fig tree, the tree house in a poplar, the tunnel under the brambles may all lead to a secret garden.
Where time stands still, children get lost in the stories they tell themselves, and they confront nature in all its beauty and generosity, but also its hostility and constant change. It is from observing the childrens' games and rituals, and from her own memories of childhood that Ilka Kramer builds images of the relationship with nature, which man reinvents differently throughout life."
A really beautiful series about childhood, children's play, innocence, and the beauty of the simple and effortless moments.
The images visible here were taken from the artist's website.
64 pages - Hardcover
Self-published, 2016 (100 copies)
Format : 29.7 x 21 cm
*Signed & Numbered*
New - Mint condition
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