Is there really such a disparity between cities and nature? We encounter nature all around us, even in urban landscapes. It’s remarkable how often narrow streets of little distinction are adorned with unusual trees and shrubs. Trees with lovely names like Salix, Acacia or Betula. A wealth of fruit and seeds is out there on the street for the taking. Fruit from East is an interplay between prehistoric people and city dwellers. Urban fruits, gathered for free, are handled like rare and priceless treasures.
These photos are made-to-order in limited editions. They are mounted on Dibond and then treated with liquid gloss. The images below provide a good impression of the exclusive nature of the work. If you are interested, please feel free to contact me for a presentation of the entire series.
The following titles appear below: Van Ostadestraat, Bertrand Russellstraat, Linneauskade, Afrikanerplein, Linneausstraat, Park Frankendael, Javaplein and Linneaushof. The photographs in this series are all named after well-known streets and locations in the East of Amsterdam.