The Fläming is a region in the south and southwest of Berlin. It was named after the Flemings, Dutch speaking settlers who colonized the area more than a thousand years ago. For centuries the Fläming was - and still is - kind of a forgotten landscape. In Spring 1997, Hans-Christian Schink spent four months there as artist in residence at Schloss Wiepersdorf, fascinated by the atmosphere of this remote landscape and by the fact that the facades of the village houses are telling so much about the life in a rural region.
Publisher: Super Labo, Japan, Hardcover : 132 pages Language: English Dimensions: 10.2 x 12.1 inches