© John Vink / Magnum Photos


Archive for the 'Latest Productions' Category

Kep By The Sea

Wednesday, August 19th, 2015

Rain is not an issue: people come to enjoy Kep and they will enjoy Kep, rain or not. More photographs about Kep AT THIS LINK.

This is not Belgium 2015, part 2

Tuesday, July 28th, 2015

From the ‘This is not Belgium’ category (check them out on this weblog), potentially part of a book project looking for funding and exhibition spaces (hint, hint)…

This is not Belgium 2015

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015

July 21st, Belgian National Day: a festive celebration by those who refuse the slow disintegration of their country.

World Naked Bike Ride

Saturday, June 20th, 2015

Mobility activism and nudism meet during the World Naked Bike Ride through the streets of Brussels. Slogans were ‘Tous nus dans la rue’ (all naked in the street), or ‘ Burn fat not oil’. All shot with the LeicaQ…

When Western Classics Meet Eastern Classics…

Saturday, May 23rd, 2015

‘Pamina Devi’, a choreography by Sophiline Shapiro based on W.A. Mozart’s ‘Die Zauberflöte’ was first created in 2006 for the New Crowned Hope Festival in Vienna curated by Peter Sellars on the occasion of the celebration of the composer’s 250th anniversary. Only the basic theme of Mozart’s libretto remains in this production which for the […]

The Mirage Is Growing…

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

The mirage is growing… I continue to follow the development of Koh Pich (Diamond Island). I started this in 2009 (see HERE), basically photographing the changing landscape of the island where many families who were providing vegetables to the people in Phnom Penh were evicted from. The whole place looks a bit like a real-life […]

Like A Tourist In Hong Kong (almost)…

Thursday, April 23rd, 2015

First time in Hong Kong. Just 6 days… Now THAT is quite a city. Why didn’t I end up living there at one point in my life? This is a selection. The full set is on my website HERE.

Exodus (Unforced)…

Monday, April 13th, 2015

It is that time of the year again… Phnom Penh citizens leave the city by the thousands and scatter all over the country… But voluntarily… And in a totally different context compared to 40 years ago. Happy Khmer New Year to all.