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Inscapes – Tree


With every print sold, Astrid will donate an extra €10 to the Red Cross.



10x 30x45 cm (5 available)

5x 50x75 cm (2 available)

Printed on Hahnemühle PhotoRag Baryta paper + 1 cm white border

Delivered with a numbered and digitally signed certificate of authenticity


"Inscapes-Tree was created in South Australia on the edge of the desert that occupies the heart of the continent. For the Inscapes series I was researching the relationship between modern human and nature and therefore especially my personal connection with the landscape. In some images a contrast emerges due to the presence of artificial elements that show themselves as traces of the modern life in which I grew up. But in other cases the connection is stronger. The photograph “Tree” is an example of this. For me it shows exactly what feeling the immense and sometimes unforgiving landscape awakens in me: a feeling of humility, connection and gratitude. The tree and the desert teach me about patience and strength, and exchange things that seem important for things that truly are important"


Astrid Verhoef is a freelance and fine art photographer based in Amsterdam. She stages scenes that border on surrealism. By juxtaposing people and objects in deserted landscape environments, she explores identity and emotion in relation to modern society versus natural spaces.


Her work is part of the collection of the Société Nationale des Beaux Arts in Paris and has been extensively exhibited, including: Fotofestival Naarden 2021 (NL), Salon des Beaux Arts 2019 & 2020 (Paris), ImageNation Milan & Paris, PX3 2019 & 2021 (Paris), Rotterdam Art Week, Kunst RAI (Amsterdam), Art Karlsruhe (DE) Head On Photo Festival (Sydney), Photoville (New York), United Photo Industries' (Super)Heroes exhibition at the Manhattan Bridge, Gaffa Gallery (Sydney), DUMBO Arts (New York), Sirius Gallery (Tokyo) and IJFFF Photo & Film Festival (Amsterdam). She was chosen by GUP Magazine as New Emerging Dutch Photo Talent 2013 and her work has been purchased by the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs.




Astrid Verhoef – Inscapes – Tree

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