Scarlett Hooft Graafland's Surreal Appearance of Nature

Scarlett Hooft Graafland, renowned for his analogue photographs of the world's toughest natural conditions in deserted locations, refuses to use software such as filters and photoshop that interfere with his work.

The Dutch artist, who travels continuously to take photographs, reflects the beauty of the Bolivian Salt Desert, the arctic regions of Canada and Finland, the Icelandic volcanic region and the Chinese countryside, as surreal as natural. The anthropological interest of the artist, who is curious about the local people and lives that have survived in these areas, combines with minimal aesthetics that do not conflict with nature.

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