Photographs by Stefan Boness.
Bildschoene Buecher, Berlin, 2008. 108 pp., Numerous color illustrations., 11½x10¼".
Presented in a large-size format, Boness’s project captures the landscape of the region surrounding Ypres in Belgium, where hundreds of thousands lost their lives in the longest battle of the First World War. At first sight the photographs suggest little evidence of the horrors of war, however it becomes clear that under this surface of normality the scars left on the landscape are still inescapably and brutally present.
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