EXT. - INT. RAIMOND WOUDA NEW BOOK

by Luciana Benaduce

«The hardest part is working on my own, while simultaneously that is also the best part. Sometimes it can get lonely, but on the other hand it also gives you a kind of focus.»

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The Netherlands
16.01.2017

LISE STRAATSMA. THE ALPHA STRATEGY

by Lina Manousogiannaki

«Photographs have the quality of being almost liquid. They stay the same but are constantly changing by when, where and how they are seen over and over again.»

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The Netherlands
06.10.2016

JULIE VAN DER VAART. SKIN

by Dieter Debruyne

«I love working intuitively, which means puzzling with what I have, noticing a link and then taking new images that complete the work for me.»

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The Netherlands
26.09.2016

Lumix Meets Beyond 2020, Japanese photographers #4
Josilda da Conceição
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
16.09.2016 - 25.09.2016

Olya Oleinic. Made of China
FOAM
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
16.09.2016 - 27.11.2016

Stephen Shore. Retrospective
Huis Marseille
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
10.06.2016 - 04.09.2016

Info HERE

BREDA PHOTO'S STUDENTS

by Dieter Debruyne

«Overall, it was a tough day to grasp every idea at once. The quality varied from poor to some exceptional gems.»

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The Netherlands
24.05.2016

TOM JANSSEN. PARADE
Van Kranendonk
Den Haag, The Netherlands
10.02.2016 - 14.02.2016

Info HERE

FRANCESCA WOODMAN. ON BEING AN ANGEL
FOAM
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
18.12.2015 - 09.03.2016

Info HERE

CARINA HESPER. CONNECTING THE VIEWER THROUGH THE PORTRAITS SHE MAKES

by Sanne Kabalt

«I aim to connect with the viewer through the portraits I make. Sometimes by capturing my own (possibly manipulated) face, but also by working with people with a special or marginal position in society.»

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The Netherlands
29.10.2015

ANAIS LOPEZ. SOMETIMES A STORY COMES ALONG

by Steve Bisson

«I think the most important thing is that we continue to make our stories no matter what and that use all the tools we have to spread it and inspire people.»

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The Netherlands
11.09.2015

ELISE SCHOUMAN. THE TRANSIENCE OF THINGS

by Sanne Kabalt

«I am an observer. I’m trying to understand the things around me. I’m trying to confuse the things around me. My photographs are poetic.»

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The Netherlands
27.07.2015

ROBERT GLAS. THE DOUBLE BIND

by Sanne Kabalt

«My practice developed into an ongoing investigation on how citizens and human beings relate to nation-states. How bodies are locked in and out and what kind of technologies are deployed to do so.»

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The Netherlands
30.06.2015

ELSPETH DIEDERIX. IT NEEDS TO FEEL TRUE

by Nicolette Klerk

«I have a huge fascination for the objects that surround us constantly, specifically those moments when everyday objects suddenly lose their veil of familiarity and become abstract.»

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The Netherlands
17.06.2015

MARIEKE BUSSER. BETWEEN FILM AND PHOTOGRAPHY

by Nicolette Klerk

«I like to listen to what I see, hear what I feel and see what I think. These things combined give me the artwork I create.»

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The Netherlands
14.06.2015

MARLEEN SLEEUWITS. DEFORMING SPACES

by Nicolette Klerk

«For me inspiration can come from many things. From just wandering through empty buildings to visiting a hardware store to endless surfing online.»

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The Netherlands
22.05.2015

MAARTEN ROTS. A TREASURE HUNTING

by Sanne Kabalt

«I love walking around with my camera hoping to capture something special but also enjoy going through other people’s pictures, trying to make sense of their world.»

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The Netherlands
16.03.2015

PAUL BOGAERS. EXTENDED PHOTOGRAPHY

by Sanne Kabalt

«To me, combining is one of the best ways to discover. In regard to artistic creation, two separate working procedures can be distinguished: one is searching, inventing, the other is stumbling upon, finding.»

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The Netherlands
02.02.2015

HELEEN PEETERS. A WORLD OF VISIONS

by Sanne Kabalt

«With the image taking part in every aspect of life, photography today is facing a political challenge. Image-makers therefore need to investigate alternative strategies to stimulate participation from their viewers.»

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The Netherlands
26.01.2015

SANNE KABALT. WHAT YOU CANNOT SEE

by Steve Bisson

«I believe a work is not finished until the viewer relates to it. I want the viewer, his position in the space and his own associations to become part of the work.»

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The Netherlands
10.12.2014
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