- MAY 2013 -
- Native Americans
- Apulian Americans
- Italian Monuments
in New York
- Let’s Eat Italian
- The beautiful West
- New York - New York
- Italian American World
- New York Exhibitions
Madeleine Gehrig's lens is trained once more on Maui, one of the loveliest of the Hawaiian islands. This time it is focussed on the inhabitants, on whom the costumes, headgear, tattoos and necklaces, rather than simply of folklore, speak of a sort of harmony with the luxuriant wild nature that surrounds them April 2012
It’s a voyage into color and beauty that Madeleine Gehrig’s objective enables us to make as she points it at the wonderful flowers of Hawaii.
Leaves and plants too for graphic images of great harmony.
A true paradise for lovers of botany March 2012
It’s the first feature of an extraordinary trilogy of images by Madeleine Gehrig.
It is testimony to the passion that the Swiss artist dedicates to her photographic research on the islands that more than any other linger in the collective imagination.
No long beaches and calm seas but unusual snaps: volcanoes, waterfalls, crops, a graveyard, a church... Plus some small animals that look as if they are enjoying the beauty of the nature that surrounds them and the tails of the great whales seen out at sea, where the waters are deep February 2012