RAW!

Sushi artists at work – captured by Clew photographer Lisbeth. Or… “I’m not making art, I’m making sushi.” – Masaharu Morimoto (the Iron Chef) “In Japanese sushi restaurants, a lot of sushi chefs talk too much.” -Masa Takayama (owner of 3 star Michelin restaurant Masa in Manhattan) “Kids are now eating things like edamame and sushi. […]

November Night

Let’s hang on to autumn before Christmas takes over. Let’s listen to autumn before it is silenced by frost. November Night Listen… With faint dry sound, Like steps of passing ghosts, The leaves, frost-crisp’d, break from the trees And fall. Adelaide Crapsey (1922) Clew, November 2015. Photos by Anje Kirsch, Müllerthal, Luxembourg. ©2015 Anje Kirsch

With a hint of cabbage and caramel

Even if you can’t detect the smell or taste of cabbage or caramel, wet dog or dried prune, skunk or sauerkraut – or bacon on burned toast, enjoying the many pleasures of wine is a privilege, as Clew photographer Lisbeth Ganer demonstrates in this series of wine photos from the Ribera del Duero wine district in […]

Wonderland in Rotterdam

The Markthal in Rotterdam is not only one of the most recent market hall contributions, but quite possibly one of the coolest. This astonishing piece of arched architecture features a ceiling of giant fruits, vegetables and flowers bursting with colours, and combined with regular sized ones in the stalls on the ground, alongside exotic delicacies,  they will transport you  to the […]

Photography: Kirchberg under transformation

Old meets new and farmland meets steel and glass when photographer Anje Kirsch invites you to her Kirchberg exhibition opening at Cercle Munster tomorrow. Anje Kirsch has been documenting this blend of nature and architecture and of tradition and modern in the transforming Kirchberg area sine 2010. “I try to show the combination of the old Kirchberg […]

Unseen

Post-holiday blues? There’s no better cure than more travel, and if you’re in Luxembourg, there are so many great weekend destinations. Amsterdam is definitely one of them, and during the second half of September, Unseen is one good reason to go there, especially if you – like Clew – enjoy the many faces of photography. […]

My Sicily. The alchemy of a journey

A journey – head in the clouds and heart lost between the skyline and the rising sun. A journey, a rendez-vous, a place of expectations and future memories. Travelling has a scent of magic, disclosing the world to your eyes, but not the alchemy you create with that place, the legacy you create despite time, distances and […]

H & G country

Now, if you think that when you’ve seen one Hansel & Gretel town you’ve seen them all, Limburg might just make you change your mind. Close to Koblenz and about a 2 hours drive from Luxembourg –  depending on whether you opt for the Autobahn or the winding road between the Moselle river and steep, […]

Paris slows down

Paris slows down in August. A time for new discoveries and for the things you discover again and again.  Sometimes to get the nicest experiences, you have to accept some less nice ones – such is big city life.   And sometimes, those experiences are human encounters. Like the slightly worn but very friendly and […]

August at sea

Silver solitude, lonely lighthouses, blue beyond, seaside galleries and seaside restaurants, sails and sailors, archipelago Amen, old men and trolls, and somebody waiting ashore… Photos by Unni Holtedahl, Norway, August 2015. ©2015 Unni Holtedahl