Dirk Kome: Rockanje Dirk Kome: Rockanje

Dirk Kome (1976) has developed to become one of the better present-day photographers in our country. His first series, initiated just before his final exam at the Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam in 1999, still fires the imagination. In this series, Kome took the viewer to his parental home, where his parents and brother were living.…

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Koos Breukel & Roy Villevoye – Tí Koos Breukel & Roy Villevoye – Tí

Imagine that you have been travelling for three days, far away from the inhabited world, through a barely penetrable mangrove swamp, and you suddenly arrive in a village where the people know nothing about the world as you perceive it. A place where they have been living in complete isolation for generations.…

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Jonathan Andrew: World War 2 Bunkers Jonathan Andrew: World War 2 Bunkers

Jonathan Andrew originates from the Manchester area, but now lives and works in Amsterdam. For a long time he was primarily known for his characteristic and award-winning photography, in which he often displays extensive, desolate areas without any human presence. Things changed in the winter of 2008-2009.…

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Same place, another time Same place, another time

Recently I have regularly come across photos created by Sergey Larenkov, a young Russian from Saint Petersburg, who combines and assembles old and new photos. He began this activity a few years ago, with the aim of displaying the ravages of the Second World War in his place of residence, although these are scarcely visible these days.…

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Tokyo Compression Michael Wolf: Tokyo Compression

After many wanderings, German artist Michael Wolf settled in Hong Kong a few years ago. The focus of his work lies primarily on everyday life in the metropolis. Wolf has exhibited his work at countless locations, including the biennials of Venice and Shenzhen, and his work has been purchased by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York among others.…

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