About the Book
The Hague is the third-largest city in the Netherlands after Amsterdam and Rotterdam, with a population of 475,904 and an area of approximately 100 km².
The city is the actual seat of government and has many civil servants and diplomats. In fact, the number and variety of foreign residents, especially the expatriates, makes the city quite culturally diverse, with many foreign pubs, shops and cultural events.
As the whole Netherlands, is a cold place but snow is currently rare. This book brings a fine selection of black & white photographs during the special 2008 winter showing the 2 degrees city as really
Marcos Semola is Italo-Brazilian born in 1972 in the city of Rio de Janeiro. IT Executive, MBA professor and photographer, member of ABAF - Brazilian Association of Photographic Art, Getty Images and the London Independent Photography, Marcos has been producing authorial images found in private collections and art galleries around the world, especially London, Paris and Rio/Brazil, and includes national and international exhibitions where his best known work in street-noir style, "Direct Transitive" and "Mind your Step" won recognition and expression. It is self-taught and enthusiast of art-photography whether film or digital, reason why he has also devise collective projects, share and exchange as much information with other practitioners. His photographs are sold with a limited edition, signed by the author and on museological quality paper and cotton Hahnemuehle, exclusively in Brazil by Susi Cantarino art dealer, gallery Metara, Rua Teixeira de Melo 25, Ipanema, Rio/Brazil