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30-11-2019

Cabin Fever

In Cabin Fever, Catherine Lemblé keeps a weather eye on the mountains. In search of the frontier where man merges…

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27-11-2019

An essay on the concave city corner

An essay on the concave city corner is an in-depth analysis of a personal collection of photographs of concave city…

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19-11-2019

Conference of The Birds

Conference of the Birds shows an outtake from an analysis of the correlation between time and place and of the…

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19-11-2019

2099

2099 shows images of remembrance linked to Sybren Vanoverberghe’s perception on the constant evolution of history and its repetitive character. Deconstructed…

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08-11-2019

Jardin

A garden is an enclosed space. It needs a frame if it is to be called a garden. The garden…

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23-10-2019

Julien

Julien – possibly the most famous Belgian ever, better known as Manneken Pis. He is a global phenomenon, a true…

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23-10-2019

FUNGI

In the autumn of 2019 Dries Segers photographed fungi in Dudenpark, Brussels. Fungi are the oldest living species on our…

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18-10-2019

Linus’ Blanket

Linus’ Blanket is the result of a 2-year research project at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp. Photographer…

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16-10-2019

Tidal Horizon

At the core of this work, the perpetual motion of the universal tidal phenomenon brings the photographer to question himself…

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16-10-2019

Horsehead Nebula

Over there, there are so many horses that they don’t even bother to name them. This area of the Faristan,…

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09-10-2019

Winks of Tangency

The first contact with the photos of Paul D’Haese is surprising and fascinating: despite their inviting character they have something…

Articles

24-08-2019

The paradoxically perfect and utterly imperfect photobook

A three-part conversation with Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa Stefan Vanthuyne (This is the third and final part of the conversation, part one…

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