Born in 1974 in Hoorn, The Netherlands. Lives in Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Anoek Steketee studied photography at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague and the Post-St.
Joost in Breda. Her work has been featured at national and international festivals and exhibitions in Amsterdam, Madrid, Boston, Prague, Berlin, Lagos, China and New Zealand, solo exhibitions in the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam and more recently in ROSPHOTO State Museum in St Petersburg and the Tropenmuseum in Amsterdam. She has completed commissions for the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam City Archives and the Tropenmuseum. In addition, her work has appeared in publications including Vrij Nederland, The Guardian Weekend, Internazionale, La Repubblica, Ojodepez, Zoom Magazine, Exit and a number of online platforms, such as Time Light Box. She has been represented by Gabriel Rolt Gallery since 2006.
Actualité Les lauréats du « POPCAP'14 Prize Africa » dévoilés Le concours international de photographie POPCAP est heureux d’annoncer les lauréats de l’édition 2014. Le prix vise à stimuler l’intérêt et le soutien pour la photographie africaine contemporaine. Les lauréats de cette année - de La Côte-d’Ivoire, Afrique du Sud, Belgique, Pays-Bas et la République démocratique du Congo - ont été choisis par un jury international via un processus de jugement en ligne. Le artistes gagnants auront leurs œuvres présentées plus tard cette année dans sept expositions en Europe et en Afrique.
Née 1974 à Abidjan, Côte-d’Ivoire. Réside à Abidjan Cococy, Côte-d’Ivoire
... Festival Paris Photo 2015 : La Flatland Gallery expose Flatland Gallery is proud to announce to be part of the 19th edition of Paris Photo 2015, which will be held at the historic Grand Palais in Paris. The gallery will present the work of Paolo Ventura, Erwin Olaf, Anoek Steketee, Jeroen Robert Kramer, Katharine Cooper and Ruud van Empel.
Italian artist Paolo Ventura is a storyteller. Each of his pictures holds its own little mystery, a concoction of atmosphere, character and detail that urges for closer examination. Ventura, like a true master illusionist, makes things disappear in front of our eyes. At Paris Photo we will show his latest work ‘The Infinite City,' which is inspired by his travels on New York City's above ground train lines as well as by Italo Calvino's writings. In this unique piece Ventura built and painted a group of... Festival Lagos Photo Festival 2014 The LagosPhoto Foundation presents the fifth edition of the annual LagosPhoto Festival in Lagos, Nigeria, October 25-November 26, 2014, entitled « Staging Reality, Documenting Fiction »
Launched in 2010, LagosPhoto is the first and only international arts festival of photography in Nigeria. In a month long programme, events include exhibitions, workshops, artist presentations, discussions, screenings, and large scale outdoor installations in congested public spaces in Lagos. LagosPhoto aims to provide a platform for the development and education of contemporary photography in Africa by establishing mentorships and cross- cultural collaborations with local and international artists. LagosPhoto presents photography as it is embodied in the exploration of historical and contemporary issues, the promotion
o... Festival Cortona on The Move is waiting for you
Cortona On The Move, photography in travel, is the first international festival centered on this genre of photography. Thinking about this event, we have given the journey the importance it deserves declining this word in all its forms and definitions. Our times are characterized by nomadism, speed and everyday's mobility: ways of being in motion, to explore, watch, find out. Cortona On The Move, photography in travel responds to this conceptually widespread idea of travel where the photography and photographers, travelers by definition, are the focus of the attention and are leading us through their eyes in various corners of the world and beyond.
Traveling, moving, migrating, being in motion are all well known conditions, common to human civilizations of all times and geographical areas and have different m... Exposition Anoek Steketee « DREAM CITY » by photographer Anoek Steketee and writer Eefje Blankevoort
State Museum and Exhibition Centre for Photography ROSPHOTO, Nederlands Fotomuseum, Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, within the Year of Netherlands in Russia and Russia in Netherlands 2013
People now come for fun, in the past they were executed here.
Haji Mustafa, Dream City, Iraq
DREAM CITY is an exhibition project about amusement parks in diverse places in the world by photographer Anoek Steketee and writer Eefje Blankevoort (the Netherlands). During a trip through Iraqi-Kurdistan in 2006, they found themselves in Duhok, an unexciting town near the border with Turkey and Syria. Reports of attacks, kidnappings and sectarian violence filled the newspapers on a daily basis. Meanwhile Kurds, Arabs and American soldiers, Christians and Muslims, Shiites and Sunnis; segments of the Iraqi ... Exposition Anoek Steketee & Eefje Blankevoort - Dream City, Nederlands Fotomuseum
Sparkling lights, ice cream stores and a fairytale decor. The young Dutch photographer Anoek Steketee and the writer Eefje Blankevoort visited amusement parks in Iraq, Lebanon, Rwanda, China and other countries in the world. Steketee photographed visitors, the surroundings and personel.
Behind the innocent and light hearted character of the subject, a staged, serious and darker undertone is tangible. The images show us the stark contrast of the dream world in the park and the daily reality outside the fences.
The name of the project, Dream City, is named after the amusement park in Iraq. Kurds, Arabs – Shiites and Sunnis -, Christians, Muslims and American soldiers, they all visit the park. Segments of the Iraqi population that were submerged in a deadly struggle outside the gates. In the park they amuse...