Georg Simmel (1858-1918) is a German sociologist who mainly survives in academic footnotes. Nevertheless, he wrote at least two little masterpieces that are more than worthwile reading: "The Philosophy of Money" and "The Philosophy of Landscape". The latter, published in 1912, remains incisive and pertinent one hundred years after its publication. BOZAR LITERATURE presents a translation of this particular essay in the free visitor's guide and considers its actual meaning. Simmel's ideas continue to inspire contemporary landscape photography. They offer not only a reflection on how we act as a viewer or spectator, but also show that we are first and foremost strollers of the landscapes shaped by our imagination.