André Joosse is an urban explorer in heart and soul. He combines his passion for industrial architecture and photography and visits abandoned buildings throughout Europe.
André makes impressive Urbex photographs of old textile factories, hospitals, coal mines and residences: all forgotten places; neglected and dilapidated. Joosse has exhibited in many cultural centers in the Netherlands and Belgium, where he was part of several photo exhibitions in Amsterdam and Antwerp.
‘Urban exploring, abbreviated urbex or UE, is visiting and photographing and documenting infrastructure made by people, mostly abandoned buildings or not publicly accessible locations. The term literally means exploring the urban (= urban) but it can also play out in the countryside. Urban exploring is practiced by urban explorer. “- Wikipedia.
The photos of André Joosse are printed on high-quality professional photographic paper, mounted on Dibond and provided with clear, UV-resistant acrylic glass. The photos have the highest possible resolution and are limited and provided with certificate of authenticity.
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