Photographs of Iceland by Swiss visual artist Patrice Schreyer are currently on display in Geneva. The exhibition opened yesterday and runs until tomorrow. The exhibition will then travel to Basel where it will run from February 13 to 15.
From the Geneva Palexpo exhibition hall.
Through Schreyer’s lens, the exhibition provides a unique glimpse into Iceland’s magical landscapes. The pictures were taken during Schreyer’s two-and-a-half month photographic journey to Iceland in summer and fall 2008.
The website of the Basler Ferienmesse, where the latter exhibition takes place, states that in spite of, or even because of, the economic collapse, Iceland remains an attractive tourist destination.
Icelanders are hoping that tourism will continue to grow—nature is currently the country’s strongest capital, the website claims.