(with the Stirn-van Ham Archives)
|The Photo Archives of Peter van Ham contain more than 50.000 photographs - Pictures he has published with renowned publishers (Prestel, Belser, Menges, ADEVA, NZZ, Frederking & Thaler, Bertelsmann, Hirmer) in eight self-authored books, but also as covers of or contributios to numerous books by other authors and in a great number of articles (e.g. SPIEGEL).
The material contains rare and unique images of places that only he was permitted to photograph for the first time ever (e.g. a complete documentation of Tabo Monastery and the other important cultural sites of the Western Himalayas; Restricted areas in Northeast India) and was compiled over the last 25 years on his various journeys to remote and distant countries.
These archives are available for publication. Editors are invited to have a look at the various possible themes and subjects, from which images may be drawn and to inquire for conditions by sending an email.
Western Himalayas: Shimla, Kinnaur, Spiti, Lahaul, Rupshu (Changthang), Ladakh, Nubra, Kashmir, Dharamsala.
Northeast India: Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura, Meghalaya
Kathmandu Valley, Kathmandu in black and white (see below)
Northern and Southern Yemen (Sanaa, Shibam, Wadi Doan etc.)
Included in these archives are also selected photographs by Aglaja Stirn.
Click here to reach the sample pages of the Peter van Ham Archives:
HISTORICAL, PANORAMAS, YEMEN,
NEPAL IN BLACK & WHITE