Fotografie

Sunville

Ives Maes

Ives Maes grew up in “Sunville”, a free translation of the Flemish village of Zonhoven. After his brother’s suicide, Maes returned to his homestead and wandered the countryside with a camera and stacks of accidentally expired film. The colour shifts in the photographs he took during ... [lees verder]

Robert F. Kennedy Funeral Train

Rein Jelle Terpstra

On June 8, 1968, amidst a year wracked by division and violence, the casket of assassinated Senator and presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy was transported on a funeral train from New York City to Washington, DC. Hundreds of thousands of people united along the tracks in a spontaneous expression of grief. Visual ... [lees verder]

Mind The Gap

Joshua Lutz

'There are these two worlds vying for my attention at all times. In one of them this diagnosis has metastasized to the brain and I am no longer able to care for my children. The bank takes over the house and I become an albatross in hands not fully formed. ... [lees verder]

Time and Photography


Despite our stereotypical ideas on photographic images as snapshots (slices of time), photography is fundamentally a time-based medium. The relationships between photography and time are manifold: time can be directly represented within the image, it can be its theme and philosophical horizon, but it can also represent the global framework ... [lees verder]

World Press Photo 2018

World Press Photo

Al sinds 1955 vormt de jaarlijkse World Press Photo wedstrijd de standaard in fotojournalistiek. World Press Photo 2018 presenteert u de winnaars - de meest opvallende foto's zijn gekozen uit 73.044 foto's, gemaakt door 4.548 fotojournalisten en documentaire fotografen uit 125 landen, en worden u aangeboden in een ontroerend, soms aangrijpend document. World Press Photo 2018 ... [lees verder]

Further complications

Martijn Doolaard

FURTHER COMPLICATIONS - NIEUWE FOTOWERKEN van MARTIJN DOOLAARD met een INLEIDING van LAURENT DE MAERTELAER. In FURTHER COMPLICATIONS tast Martijn Doolaard [1966] de uiterste grenzen van de portretfotografie verder af. Zijn nieuwe reeks van een twintigtal portretten dompelt de kijker opnieuw onder in een duister en grotesk universum. Doolaards onderwerpen - ... [lees verder]

INDIA: Contemporary Photographic and New Media Art

Steven Evans

This book presents 48 contemporary artists and collectives working in dialogue with the long history and emergent future of India and its people. Its focus lies on the contemporary moment through a range of approaches, including art photography, new media, installation, moving image, journalism, and documentary photography. Themes include caste and ... [lees verder]