Thomas Nolf (who we blogged about earlier) presents his latest series Passant. Departing from the essay Un ville au loin by Jean-Luc Nancy he investigates the concept of the city, suburb and public space.
Thomas Nolf is a Belgian photographer currently living in Brussels. With the support of Recyclart in Brussels he worked on a series depicting people in Marolles, a colourful old neighbourhood of Brussels.
A woman of many talents, Mayken Craenen’s work is quite impossible to categorize. She makes drawings, photographs, collages, paintings and has several creative projects running, including the wonderful Huis Haas in Antwerp.
Jeroen Mylle is a Belgian photographer studying visual arts at St-Lucas in Ghent. In his work he creates a different universe using only light and a camera.
Gillian Lowyck is the kind of photographer that makes us proud to be Belgians. She captures our coastline on film like no one else does. The photos of her daily life – filled with coffee, cigarettes, good books and The Smiths – reveal an eye for the smaller things that make you smile.