Jenne Grabowski - Broken Flowers
Jenne Grabowski often roams outdoors with his son, Henri. Together they leave the city to discover the open spaces surrounding it, seeking out solitary places in nature and collecting various samples to bring home: branches, leaves, moss, stones, and flowers. The bouquets of flowers eventually wither and fade, but for Grabowski and his son they are an embodiment of the transience that exists in every moment. Each bouquet represents at least one journey, one or a few stories. Collected in this book are images of drying flowers past their prime, with bright but also faded colours, photographed with flash in an unforgiving yet loving tribute to the beauty of nature’s decay.
|56 p, ills colour, 18 x 25 cm, hb, English|