“La belleza de este proyecto consiste en la subjetividad, cuando cuentan historias personales. No es que estén los mejores artistas
de un país, tampoco es algo que pueda ser visto como trabajo social. Es todo a la vez. Es un recorrido visual en donde las historias se
entretejen. Esto genera tensiones entre las distintas miradas que conforman el mapeo.”

Ses photos, cartes et dessins reflètent un Hainaut spontané, vécu dans les tripes par ses habitants, avec humour et émotion.

«L’Atlas subjectif du Hainaut» met plutôt en valeur le vécu, le ressenti des Hainuyers.

Ce processus donne à voir une géographie inédite, née dans l’imaginaire des Hainuyers.

Cet Atlas est un objet graphique attachant.

Als dwarsdoorsnede van wat er allemaal in deze provincie te beleven is, is het een heel mooi tijdsdocument. De eigen omgeving wordt met frisse ogen bekeken.

Kunstenaars kijken naar Friesland op hun eigen manier in de ‘Subjectieve atlas van Fryslân’. De grote waarde van het niet-meetbare.

Een nieuwe atlas van Fryslân is klaar. Geen objectieve ditmaal, of een die daar zelfs maar naar streeft, maar juist een boekwerk waarin de subjectiviteit gevierd wordt. Want in het onverwachte en persoonlijke laat een omgeving zich misschien wel beter kennen.

Van zelfredzaamheid tot zorg, van boerderijen tot hoogbouw en van oranjekoeken tot beeldende kunst. Het resultaat is een collectie beelden, kaarten en foto’s die wellicht de huidige ziel van Fryslân ontsluiert.

Voor een van de awards, namelijk het Henry van de Velde Label 2012, was de Nederlandse Annelys de Vet genomineerd, die het door de Nederlandse ambassade in Hongarije gesteunde en daardoor mogelijk gemaakte project Subjective Atlas of Hungary heeft ontworpen.

Even though the Subjective Atlas of Palestine can be described as “not anti-Israel but bracingly and embracingly … for Palestine”, it still diverts from official Israeli mapping. This is of course largely the point, and partly what makes it an interesting atlas.

Subjective atlas of Hungary and Subjective atlas of Mexico are selected for the Henry van de Velde labels 2012

En esta particular cartografía colectiva están los retratos que no salen en los periódicos y la vuelta de tuerca de los que sí; están el lado irónico y el conmovedor de las tradiciones; están el capitalismo y sus arrases y las discretas resistencias de cada día; están la inocente credulidad en las patrias y los momentos de su ruptura.

L’un des objectifs du livre est de lutter contre les stéréotypes fabriqués par les médias grand public au sujet des Palestiniens et de la cause qu’ils défendent.

Estos atlas indagan sobre la identidad cultural de determinado territorio geográfico a través de las reflexiones de diferentes artistas, diseñadores, fotógrafos, etc. Desde sus perspectivas personales y afectivas logran generar puntos de partida desde donde pensar y cuestionar el territorio que habitan.

The book does live up to the promise of its title, that of being a subjective and intimate view of Palestine as seen by its natives.

De subjectieve atlassen stellen in vraag wat een land maakt tot wat het is voor diens inwoners, door een breed spectrum aan ervaringen plaats te geven.

It is innovative and traditional, humorous and determined, true and absolutely subjective – and all that at the same time.

With a volume like that full of incredibly refreshing ideas, it is certainly not hard to get inspired.

Educational pictures for foreigners against xenophobia, a curved mirror as self-reference for Hungarians.

Those with a personal connection towards Hungary and each and everyone, who has ideas, dreams or knowledge related to the country will definitely love this book.

Maybe we have a book finally which can help us explain to our foreign friends how the country looked like a hundred years ago, why there are Kossuth streets everywhere, why the little cow doesn’t have any ears and tail and who was the discoverer of Vitamin C? And that we are not hungry but Hungarians.

The Atlas becomes interesting because of its subjectivity as it doesn’t contain realistic maps and details but the image of our country how we, Hungarians, see it, or more precisely, how 40, mainly Hungarian, artists see.

The Subjective Atlas of Hungary, published by Kitchen Budapest and HVG Könyvek, shows that the country can be represented not only with maps but can be described in a more colorful way. For example with tricolor pottage, confused manhole covers or a mustache-graph.

The funny thing about Subjective Atlas of Serbia is that it feels like a compilation or a mixtape rather than a piece of experimental art, and by that I mean it’s not playing with pretenses or applauding itself for its clever exclusivity.

It’s a beautiful book that supremely exemplifies non-reactionary mapping, for despite the paucity of maps, it certainly maps Palestine.

It bubbles up out of the rich interior life of Palestinians without caring about what most people think an atlas should be and with supreme disregard for Israeli maps.

What a wonderful book!

De Subjective Atlas of Palestine is een klein juweeltje!

Vrolijkmakend in ieder geval zijn de werken, in verschillende technieken, over Groot- Hongarije en het Trianon. Met zoveel ironie hoor je de Hongaren niet vaak spreken over hun nationale trauma.

The Atlas offers a remarkable and at times profound collection of vignettes of life in Palestine.

More than romanticizing Palestinian culture, it confronts the daily realities of occupation, with astuteness, creativity and humour.

The result is witty, intelligent, thought-provoking and at times, odd.

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The Subjective Atlas of Hungary is an unusual, provocative country guide.

Het boek is een erg speelse en spitsvondige verzameling interpretaties van het begrip ‘Servië’ door verschillende jonge Servische kunstenaars.

… a stunning document that opens the door for us to many facets of the conflict that would never reach us by other means. There are no pierced or tortured bodies, but instead paradisiacal landscapes and the urban daily life. A humanized vision of a war setting, pacified by images of gastronomy, music, poetry and all those small narratives that make up  the days.

Subjective Atlas of Serbia, the funniest book ever written about Serbia.

The images of Serbia are ranging from gloomy to ironic, but seem to express a clear message: Take me out of here! Mobility, or rather the lack thereof, is concern number one with Serbian youngsters.

Two intimate, engaging, depressing and often hilarious books that explore Serbia and Palestine from each contributor’s individual perspective

Sometimes when you come to judge a book you capitulate straight away purely because of its subject. The Subjective Atlas of Palestine is a case in point. What country appeals more to the imagination than Palestine? Not least because of the constant stream of harrowing images that the media dish up to us almost daily. It is a tragedy that has been holding our collective conscience hostage ever since 1948. In effect, we are now barely able to form any kind of picture of what day-to-day life in Palestine is really like.

That brings us straight to what is special about this atlas, which puts the one-sided approach of Western media up for discussion and at the same time gives us a picture of the present state of the country. We see everyday life as it is lived, from the daily bread to the cultural, social and political agenda. Palestinian artists, photographers and designers give a picture of their country that is informative, confrontational, but above all stimulating. So much information in a modest little book whose design is itself almost invisible. There are no expansive gestures or clever printing tricks here: that is not what this book is about. Excellent picture editing means that the qualitatively very variable pictorial matter takes on an unobtrusive and almost natural unity and coherence. The spacious margins create an impression of openness. Format and typography are restrained yet in no way flat. The rounded corners and the fact that the running text is printed in a mild grey add extra emphasis to the friendly character of the design. A remarkable document that speaks softly to convey an important message.

A moving, beautiful, poetic and at times heart-breaking book.

My favourite section is called Beautiful Palestine, nature photographs by Majdi Hadid that make you think of locations for romantic family picnics

This brilliantly random collection of Palestinian thoughts of home, records personal reflections on th land that for the past 60 years has been deprived of official status in any atlas.

A moving, beautiful, poetic and at times heart breaking book.

Bovendien tonen sommige bijdragen ook hoe subjectief ogenschijnlijk ‘objectieve’ informatie eigenlijk is.

Het leukst zijn de bijdragen van de studenten die dicht bij hun eigen leefwereld zijn gebleven.

Prof. Kristjan Mändmaa, calls the book a breakthrough attempt to view the European Union from the Estonian point of view subjectively. Meaning personal, honest, exciting and unhypocritical.