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PhotographyJanuary 20, 2021
Capturing life in lockdown

From routines to parallel realities, the exhibition held in Hangar as part of PhotoBrussels Festival shows different experiences during the pandemic.

PhotographyJanuary 20, 2021
Exploring absence through photography

After 4 years working with prisoners and their families, the London-based photographer explores the idea of presence and absence through incarceration.

PhotographyJanuary 14, 2021
Bright colours and dark humour

Nothing is as it seems in the world created by renowned photographer Miles Aldridge who is showing "Virgin Mary. Supermarkets. Popcorn." at Fotografiska.

PhotographyJanuary 13, 2021
Moving pictures

Photographer Nicolas Krief talks about art exhibitions, as we wait for museums to reopen, and appreciating the art that moves us and the people moving it.

Art - PhotographyJanuary 12, 2021
Shapeshifting self-portraiture

The chameleonic photographer Cindy Sherman celebrates a 40-year-long career exhibiting around 300 images, some of them unseen, at Fondation Louis Vuitton.

PhotographyJanuary 11, 2021
Capturing humanity

Photographer David Vintiner talks us through his weird and wonderful projects, from technological human evolution to the wild landscapes of Kenya.

PhotographyJanuary 07, 2021
A movement through time

In his project "45", photographer Damian Heinisch delves into history, family, and migration by exploring present-day Europe and the echoes of the past.

PhotographyDecember 29, 2020
Portraiture as protest

In her new photobook, this Brooklyn-based French photographer is using her camera to give a voice to communities who have been silenced around the world.

PhotographyDecember 24, 2020
Reconnecting with reality

His interest in rural life and the family line of Moroccan farmers, and with an eye for raw reality, come together in this photographer’s first book.

PhotographyDecember 22, 2020
The cracks in the veneer

Cowboy dads and surviving the Canadian hinterland; photographer Kourtney Roy talks about her childhood and what’s behind her Lynchian retroscapes.

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