BRONZE WINNER ON THE ONE EYELAND PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS
I have won BRONZE on the ONE EYELAND Photography Awards,
Editorial Photo essay/ Feature story with the series Blue,see.
Click here to see the whole series.
Miles Away is featured on worbz.com, gallery of visual and creative inspirations.
Check it out: www.worbz.com/Miles Away
Feel free to share the links.
Invitiation Ongoing GroupExpo
Selection International ArtExpo HYBRID IDENTITIES/ UK
I am selected for the International ArtExpo "HYBRID IDENTITIES" exhibition in Edinburgh!
Selected artworks will be presented at:
Edinburgh, at the Old Ambulance Depot, from March 29th 2013, to March 31st 2013.
The creative space Old Ambulance Depot is situated in Edinburgh, in 77 Brunswick Street.
For more info visit:
Publication in BLINK magazine issue 19, Korea
I am featured in BLINK*magazine ISSUE 19 (Cover by Tim Walker).
Available from November 29th, 2012.
BLINK features the latest exhibitions and artists in the international contemporary photography spotlight.
for more information including sample spreads, visit www.blinkreflex.com/78
Balthazar’s new album RATS, released in Europe October 15th.
The cover is a photograph of my latest series Blue,see
Nominated for best Artwork at the Music Industry Awards 2012 in Belgium.
EXTRA 12 FoMu magazine 2012
I am featured in EXTRA 12, the latest issue from the Photography Museum in Antwerp, Belgium.
Views select 4 current photographic projects of Ruth Van Beek, Debby Huysmans,
Teun Voeten and Titus Simoens.
GUP #34 What We Like²
AUTHOR: ERIC VROONS
Liberated from the boundaries usually set by the chosen themes,
this time we decided to define our personal preferences.
What you see in this issue are our picks from the lush
and widely blossoming tree of photography.
What we like is Herb Ritts, Bert Stern’s last sitting with Marilyn Monroe,
and the complete box of black and white images by Bruce Davidson;
the archive of Kodachrome pictures by David Armstrong;
Anders Petersen and his gritty but spirited view on Soho;
Daido Moriyama, Paul Kooiker, the hidden archive of the Institute for Concrete Matter…
There is so much we like. Emerging photographers?
Yes, we didn’t forget to include them.
Titus Simoens and Xiao Xiao Xu both in their own way
skilfully documented obscure subcultures:
lonesome cowboys and champion show guinea pigs.
We could just never think of a way to combine both within the same theme.
Making the most out of this ‘free’ issue,
we also show Benjamin Goss’ stunning technical skills,
and are happy to present the aesthetic appeal of chanting women portrayed by Newsha Tavakolian.
Together, this will give a good impression of the width and depth of our photographic tastes.
But there is still plenty that couldn’t be squeezed in.
What we like in addition to what is included here can be found online.
Meanwhile, we are doing our best to continue enriching our expanding webzine. Like!