What would you do if money was no concern? When I am thinking about this question, many scenarios come to mind: some wild and free, others modest and cosy. Among all these scenarios, one thing I am imagining is: A place filled with inspiring (photo) books, cosy seating areas, coffee and cakes, and a big table […]
‘That’s because I am an introvert.’ After making this statement, I sometimes receive confused looks, even within my own family: ‘What? You are not an introvert. You are always stating to be one, but then you go to all these photography parties and meet all these people’ or ‘If you are an introvert, then I am […]
They had been teasing us for weeks, showing glimpses of the exhibition, a photograph of the artist himself and invitations for the opening weekend and artist talk. Finally, last week, the photo museum of Antwerp opened the doors to Alec Soth’s exhibition ‘Gathered Leaves’.
You are thinking about photography, you are talking about photography, you are going to exhibitions, you are researching new projects and looking for new gear BUT you are not making any photographs. Do you recognise this state?
In our current time, nothing can beat a laptop, tablet or smartphone in an information/m2 contest. Still, I am a huge fan of the library as an information and inspiration provider. Throughout my development in photography, the library became a loyal teacher.
I admit it, I am a library addict. The following scenario keeps happening to me: I go to the library to return some books (overdue because I borrowed too many) only to come back home with a pile of new ones.