When Sea saw Summer   2013

On June 17, weather channels reported that the heat record dating back to august 23, 1944 was bound to be broken. Despite grey skies and limited sun so far, on June 19th, the mercury was bound to rise past the current Dutch record of 38.6 celsius. That morning, all beach chairs were already put out across the shore of Scheveningen, The Netherland's most central beach. Bar owners were expecting sunbathers to finally fill the spots. However, the boulevard disappeared into the mist that morning.

The photographs depict present-day Dutch beach culture during the month june 2013, what has long been the 3rd hottest month of the year.


Handmade rough-linen box
Title pressed with black ink
Limited edition of 10, signed and numbered
Includes 10, 24x30cm (24 x 29,5) Digital C-Prints
Cover Illustration by Elies Thijs

€ 250,- excl. shipping


All photographs were made during a Badgast residency organized by Satellietgroep.

Included in the box is a small print of new work, thanks for supporting!