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Bus Stop

Books > Art books

Nick Claeskens
2017

With texts by Nick Claeskens and Bruno Devos

Publisher: Stockmans

Language: Dutch

Medium: Hardcover

Size: 23,5 x 30,5cm

Pages: 160

42.65$

incl. tax


‘Globalization’, a commonly used word these days, is the reason of changing global landscapes. Larger firms buy small, authentic companies, the small companies that want to keep doing what they do, and don’t want to be bought by larger firms, struggle to compete, and eventually disappear. Nick Claeskens’ view on this phenomenon is displayed in his first book, Bus Stop. For decades, sons and daughters kept the bus company that was started by their mothers and fathers alive. These past two years he travelled through Belgium to document their activities, to feel the atmosphere on board and to show who they are. What’s evolving and what could be lost in a few years.

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