A lot of the expositions of The Best of Times, The Worst of Times can be seen in open air – on the XXL Promenade & the Chassé Park. This area was a practice field of the former Chassé Barracks – Breda used to be border town & military stronghold- but has been transformed by Rem Koolhaas in a residential campus. Global warming, climatic change is the concern of various photographers in the exhibition. The problem is depicted in an overwhelming way by Simon Norfolk (1963) & Klaus Thymann (1974) in Shroud. As elsewhere, the Rhone glacier is melting in...
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