Exhibitions

Blind Spots

Dominic Nahr

At the age of 33, Dominic Nahr has already been reporting for ten years from the world’s conflict zones. His photographs are published in magazines like Time, National Geographic and […]

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In Jesus’ Name

Christian Lutz

From 2003 to 2012 Christian Lutz’s primary focus is to create a trilogy on power. The political component, Protokoll, was released in 2007 and in 2010 the photographer tackles economic […]

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Insert Coins

Christian Lutz

Las Vegas has imposed her lights and her share of the dream in the very heart of the Mojave desert. Sin City is not only the primary city in the […]

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Land of Cush

Cédric Gerbehaye

Land of Cush refers to the Ancient Egyptian realm of Cush, as mentioned in the Bible, which included the same territory now occupied by South Sudan. It is also the […]

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Odd Days

Simona Ghizzoni

I first met Simona in March 2008 at Palazzo Francisci in Todi, a rehabilitation centre for the treatment of Eating Disorders. She got rushed to the clinic after surviving a […]

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Protokoll

Christian Lutz

From 2003 to 2006 to develop his photography series named Protokoll, Christian Lutz accompanies a member of the Swiss Federal Council on a number of official occasions throughout the world. […]

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The Meaning of a Nation – Russia and its Neighbors.

Justyna Mielnikiewicz

December 26, 2016 marked the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Soviet Union, when fifteen Soviet republics became independent countries. Since 1991, post-Soviet political elites in each of these […]

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The wall and the Fear

Gaël Turine

From 10.10 to 11.11.2017 in Brussels

Gaël Turine’s work is valuable in that it opens our eyes to the hidden reality faced by a people. The physical manifestation of a constraint, the wall India has built […]

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Tropical Gift

Christian Lutz

This photographic essay by Christian Lutz captures the closed world of Nigeria’s oil and gas industry. Through his sharp approach the photographer conveys the malaise borne by civil societies that […]

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Uncut

Simona Ghizzoni

An ordinary room, or a dark hut in a rural village. A razor blade bought at a market will suffice, or a sharp knife, or simply a shard of broken […]

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Voodoo, the journey of an African pantheon

Gaël Turine

See this exhibition now at Botanique brussels
From 10 augustus to 10 september 2017

In the fon language spoken in Benin, Vodun is a mysterious, formidable, invisible force which affects human society. It includes a serie of rituals dedicated to different spirits. It does […]

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