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EXHIBITION ANTWERP

The exhibition Point of ViewS depicts a diversity of approaches toward architecture in a variety of media by artists from Thailand, The Netherlands and Belgium.

THIJS KOELINK – photography – The Netherlands
BRUNO SLAGBOOM – photography – The Netherlands
KRAISAK CHIRACHAISAKUL – mezzo tint – Thailand
WAL CHIRACHAISAKUL – mezzo tint – Thailand
SANDER DU FLOO – photography – The Netherlands
TOON VERBRAEKEN – lithography – Belgium
ROBIN ADRIAENSSENS – digital illustration – Belgium

 

EVENT

THE MAP PROJECT

 

The MAP project by Thijs Koelink & Bruno Slagboom is about the passion for contemporary and modern structures. Firstly, MAP stands for Monochrome Architecture Photography. Secondly it literally contains a map of the places where they take their signature images. High contrast, minimalism, black and white, abstraction, monumental and geometrics are important elements.

One of the similarities is the interest in abstract forms and figures within architecture. They focus on the geometry instead of the buildings in total. Leaving out all information that can unveil what you are looking at. This estranged feeling is key. Secondly, they both work with analogue cameras. 

 

LA DEFENCE

In the summer of 2015 photographers Bruno Slagboom & Thijs Koelink went to the district La Defence in Paris. Recording modern architecture in search for abstract forms and figures. Both working with black/white film on analog camera’s in their hunt for architectural illusions. 

 

A series of abstract architectural art photography in monochrome images by Bruno Slagboom & Thijs Koelink, presented on light boxes. The wooden lightboxes were carefully crafted by Stefan Cammeraat. Click HERE for more about this exhibition

ATOMIUM

In March 2016 photographers Bruno Slagboom & Thijs Koelink went to Belgium to visit the train station of Liége and the Atomium structure near Brussels. These series are part of the MAP project. This photographic project is about the passion for contemporary and modern structures. Firstly, MAP stands for Monochrome Architecture Photography. Secondly it literally contains a map of the places where they take their signature images. High contrast, minimalism, black and white, abstraction, monumental and geometrics are important elements.

 

 

 


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