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Screaming Females - Castle Talk
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Castle Talk
Don Giovanni
Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross - The Social Network [Original Soundtrack]
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The Social Network [Original Soundtrack]
The Null Corporation
Deerhunter - Halcyon Digest
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Halcyon Digest
4AD
No Age - Everything in Between
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Everything in Between
Sub Pop
Robyn - Body Talk Pt. 1/ Body Talk Pt. 2
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Konichiwa
The Walkmen - Lisbon
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Lisbon
Fat Possum
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June 24, 1999
A high-profile image maker based in Amsterdam, André Thijssen creates images, from the ground up, based on his own concept. His portfolio includes a number of commissioned works, for which he exploits an extensive archive of his deranged photography, images which are born through digital sampling, layering, and mixing and manipulation of the original shot. Thijssen's work has been shown in galleries across Europe and the United States and his images have been used for everything from bank advertisements to magazine articles.

For his second LAS showing, the Dutch photographer has put together a collection of images from his series of "fading graveyard" portraits, all shot in Portugal during 1998. "Often there is no more left of the portraited person than one eye or even less and, very unusual to the way graveyards look in the northern parts of Europe, the portrait is displayed at the toe end of the coffin, which can still be seen behind the glass plate of the pile-up wall," explains Thijssen of the series.

The photographer's archive contains several hundred of these graveyard images, collected while traveling the globe, and many of the portraits can be found on a commercially available CD entitled "In Peace." In addition, a wide assortment of images are filed on his André Thijssen Visual Communication website, and a selection of a dozen Thijssen images can be found inside and on the back cover of the English magazine Creative Review's 20 year celebration issue.




























SEE ALSO: www.theotherpicture.com
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Eric J Herboth
Eric J. Herboth is the founder, publisher and Managing Editor of LAS magazine. He is a magazine editor, freelance writer, bike mechanic, commercial pilot, graphic designer, International Scout enthusiast and giver of the benefit of the doubt. He currently lives in rural central Germany with his two best friends, dog Awahni and cat Scout.

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