Two pinhole pictures made with school kids at the SKVR Beeldfabriek, printed as cyanotype.
Revealing The Truth - Vincent Van Gogh
“Long long time ago a stranger asked me to make his portrait… So I did. I sent him the image and I never heard back from him again since that moment. Not long ago I saw one painting and I felt that it was very familiar to me. And then I got it - It was a copy of my photo! I did a little research on that and it seem that the guy who draw(copied) it is quite well known around… His name is Vincent Van Gogh and I was lucky enough to make his portrait. Pity that he never mentioned me and I can’t find his contact now…”
Wouter, Allard and Bas Roeterink.
Portrait for their mother, 30x40cm.
Card nr. 10305, The Universe of Harry Sengers: the retort.
Contactsheet: Harry Sengers holding one of his lightbulbs.
French photographer Lise Sarfati talks to Sean O’Hagan about her latest exhibition, She, featuring images taken between 2005 and 2009 of four American women – two sisters, their mother and her sister. The photographs work with each other, she says, to form a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts.