With its rich history, the Mediterranean is the most popular tourist destination in the world. But its shores are also prey to developers, the scene of many battles, and the entry point for desperate immigrants from Africa and Asia.
The exhibition Mediterranean: The Continuity of Man, currently on display at the Fotomuseum in Antwerp, is the result of a five-year journey Nick Hannes took along the Mediterranean, documenting its various contemporary issues of tourism, urbanization, migration, crises and conflicts.
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