Nederlands Fotomuseum presents "Supersonic Youth" Present-day photography from Belgium
From 19 January to 17 March 2013, the Netherlands Museum of Photography will present the exhibition entitled Supersonic Youth. The exhibition draws attention to several individual, talented photographers who are primarily engaged in current, contemporary realms of influence. They display modern developments in photography while questioning the attitude of a generation that is growing up with internet and digital means of communication.
The exhibition has been compiled by curators Anne-Françoise Lesuisse and Marc Wendelski of the International Biennial of Photography and the Visual Arts in Liège (BIP2012). The Netherlands Museum of Photography asked them to set up an exhibition showing the work of young photographers from Belgium. Lesuisse and Wendelski chose four photographers and a collective that,...
Getting down to the nitty gritty - Outlandish, platform for young photography - Photography exhibition developed by Outlandish (Thierry Vandenbussche) in collaboration with Pierre Debroux.
Outlandish - platform for young photography, is offered an exhibition space by arts centre Recyclart for 2 years now. The space is located in the neighbourhood Les Marolles, in one of spaces under the railways of the train station Brussel-Kapellekerk; a place difficult to generate a large public since it is located outside the larger urban cultural axes of the centre of Brussels.
Paradoxically, though the neighbourhood of the station is little frequented, thousands of commuters are passing by, by train, straight above the gallery space. This was the main trigger to organise this extra-muros exhibition. And so Outlandish engages to encounter the public space and to enlighten the neighbourhood with a backlit sys...