Off to Brugge, to bring 45 vintage prints to 44Gallery where they will be exhibited starting May 4th… The prints will be for sale. There are only 1 or 2 copies of those prints around, handmade some 30 years ago in my darkroom. It is also some 30 years I haven’t been to Brugge. Hasn’t […]
Archive for the 'This is Not Belgium' Category
Hopefully there will be some time for me to work a bit more on ‘This Is Not Belgium’ during my stay there. For more see HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, or HERE…
First time in a little more than 10 years I am in Brussels during late fall… It is rather tough… More on ‘This is not Belgium’ HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE.
A last visit to the Atomium, the place where I took my first photographs in 1958 with a Kodak Brownie given to me by my father, and I’m flying back to Phnom Penh today, trying to catch up with post-elections developments there. More on Belgium at these links: here, here, and here. And more recently […]
A big crowd of Belgians attended the festivities held on the occasion of King AlbertII abdicating in favour of his son King Philippe/Filip. The sun shone bright. Also see here when King Baudouin passed away and AlbertII became King. More on Belgium at these links: here, here, and here. And more recently here and here.
Well, at least Brussels is warming up for the coronation of King Philippe/Filip. Saturday it was about going to the ‘Foire du Midi’ followed by dancing, eating sausages or snails, drinking beer and dancing with a crown saying ‘merci’ to abdicating Albert II on your head. Also see here when King Baudouin passed away and […]
In the series ‘This is not Belgium’… On July 11th in 1302, a bunch of Flemish beat the shit out of an army of French knights and took their golden spurs as a trophy. So goes the story… It has become the day for the Flemish Community of Belgium to remind the other French speaking […]
Checking out things in the other Kingdom of Wonder… I’m off to Brussels tonight. Staying there for the next three weeks… More on Belgium at these links: here, here, and here. And more recently here and here.