The Arctic has fascinated explorers, adventurers, traders and whalers ever since ancient times. And since the beginning of the 1990s, I have been searching for my own Ultima Thule, my place in the Far North. I traveled to Greenland first time in 1995 and since then I have traveled regularly there to photograph people and polar landscape. The lack of haste and the peace of the landscape compelled me to return to Greenland.
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