What the Belgian photographer Alexandre Christiaens deliver is not travel photos, but rather photographs of a traveler. Inhabited by another space, by waves and oceans he photographs from a ship, as well as by the elements, fishing nets, and rocks which are echoed by the spine of dog, a tensed back, a woman’s shoulder. Shipyards, caves, temples, and waterfronts make...
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