On Photos4walls you will find a selection of minimalist landscapes. Images that are as ‘pure’ as possible, in search of that particular moment when emptiness becomes fascinating. If you look at it from a certain perspective, there still is a lot of emptiness in the world around us. And it is that emptiness that suddenly makes objects in it interesting.
And the world is not only more beautiful, but also more abstract in white. That means that many of the landscapes on this site are hidden under snow. Snow camouflages and makes pure. It is the most beautiful thing there is.
02/09/2022 – 4 ‘honorable mentions’ at the 4th edition of Minimalist Photography Awards.
More than 3400 photographs from 43 different countries submitted their work to the Minimalist Photography Awards. In the category ‘Landscape‘ we were awarded four ‘honorable mentions’ for our series ‘Poles on a hillside‘ and the images ‘Buckelwiesen #2‘, ‘Schelde #1‘ and ‘Waiting for spring‘.
23/02/2020 – Photos4walls selected for Art Eindhoven
The Art Eindhoven jury selected Photos4walls to expose during Art Eindhoven 2020 (NEW DATE: 12 and 13 September, Klokgebouw, Strijp S, Eindhoven. The art fair opening hours on both days are 11.00h until 17.30h. Admission € 9,00.
More information and online tickets on the website ofArt Eindhoven.
30/11/2019 – Critic’s Award – Expo ‘Little Treasures – The Illusion of Reality’
During the expo ‘Little Treasures – The Illusion of Reality’ (30 november tot 12 december 2019 – Bologna (Italy)) we received a ‘Critics’ Award’ from the jury.
More information on the website ofTrevisan International Art.
13/11/2019 – Expo ‘Little Treasures – The Illusion of Reality’
Very proud that Photos4walls was invited to participate in the “Little Treasures – The Illusion of Reality” exhibition from November 30 to December 12 in Bologna (Italy).
More information on the Trevisan International Art website.
13/08/2018 – Best Selling Artist!
Photos4walls was selected to participate in the international art auction ‘l’Art est un jeu d’Enfant‘ in Gordes (France). Part of the proceeds went to the Children’s Department of the hospital in Avignon.
We were therefore very happy to hear that 4 of the submitted works were sold, which even made us the best-selling artist of the auction.