Published by Kehrer Verlag, Ulrike Crespo: Iceland takes you on a journey into the magical landscapes of Iceland with photographer Ulrike Crespo (1950–2019). Specialising in travel, nature and unique landscapes, Ulrike Crespo became known for skillfully captivating strong ambiences and intense colours while giving space for silence as well as the abundance of nature. The book contains a total of 184 colour photographs, supplemented by texts in English and German.
With her Iceland series, Ulrike Crespo takes on an extraordinary landscape, which has inspired countless travel and art photographers since the 19th century. And yet she succeeds in producing images that depict the breath-taking wealth of colors and forms of this wild island in a completely new way, often in nearly abstract details: turquoise- blue icebergs, black volcanic sand, white foaming waterfalls, mossy green boulders, and sulphur-yellow gravel deserts.