Presentation on Cedric Van Turtelboom's website:
« Noroc is the result of Cedric Van Turtelboom’s winter adventures to Romania. With the simple rule of always sleeping at the home of a local, Cedric approaches with humor a freezing and twisted land, leaving us somewhere between documentary and an absurd fairytale. » -- Thomas Sauvin
« Van Turtelboom keeps us on a tightrope that traverses the fine line between what we believe we know and that which seems strange. He has the power to convince us to follow him despite our vertigo and the loss of any points of reference. By means of his photography, he warns us that the world’s logic is nothing but an optical illusion. The time has passed for judgement: now we need to learn how to live a nomadic life in a sensory no man’s land. » -- Jean-Marc Bodson
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Metallic spiral binding, numerous gatefolds.
86 pages - Softcover
Format 17 x 22 cm
New - Mint condition
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