I loved my wife – book & expo

maandag 6 februari, 2017

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I show my new work “I loved my wife (killing children is good for the economy)” in a lovely exhibition space at the Botanique, Brussels.

This is also the launch of my new book, published by Lecturis. It will be a real gem!
The prototype won the Unseen Dummy Award 2016 in Amsterdam, was shortlisted in Kassel, got a jury recommendation in Barcelona and was finalist in Riga.

The opening of the exhibition is on the 1st of march 2017, from 18h00 until 21h00. Everyone is welcome! Free entrance!

If you are curious for how i will present the works, come and see. I will be there answer your questions and sign books!

The other exhibition at Botanique is the great Carl De Keyzer, magnum photographer, showing his two series Before the flood and Higher Ground.

You can visit the exhibition from 2nd of march until 2nd of april, every day except monday and tuesday from 12h00 until 20h00, free entrance.

Address:
Botanique
Rue Royale 236
1210 Brussels
Belgium

 

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Last week I had my prints proofed by Milo Profi, Kontich. http://www.milo-profi.be

2016 is a good year

donderdag 15 september, 2016

2016 is een rollercoaster.

 

2016.09.15 I am part of this years TIFF selection: 10 promising photographers in Belgium brought together in a yearly publication of the Museum of Photography Antwerp, now in its 5th edition. The full list: Tomas Bachot, Philippe Braquenier, Wiktor Dabkowski, Ode de Kort, Colin Delfosse, Miles Fischler, Matthieu Litt, Camille Picquot,Diane Tamane.
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2016.08.31 “We are happy to let you know that your book was shortlisted for the Unseen Dummy Award 2016, Amsterdam.”
Click here for the shortlist at the Unseen website

2016.08.22 I participate in a group exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan.  “In 2016 Japan and Belgium celebrate 150 years of cultural and diplomatic relations. The city of Kanazawa, sister city of Ghent, wants to bring together leading artists from Ghent and Japan in an exhibition in the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa. Due to budget restraints, the selection is limited to 2D work. From the long list of artists proposed by us to our colleagues in Japan, your work was selected for participation in the exhibition together with 15 others.
It is not the goal of this exhibition to show only top end artists; rather a sample of what Ghent has to offer within the visual arts.” Other selected artists: Steven Baelen, Thomas Bogaert, Atelier Elke Andreas Boon, Céline Butaye, Marie Cloquet, Mario de brabandere, Johan De Wilde, Isa D’hondt, Marnix Everaert, Tatjana Gerhard, Cindy Morlion,Meggy Rustamova, Ante Timmermans, Servi van Grinsven, Colin Waeghe.
Yasuyoshi Botan, Yoko Enoki, Gin Hasewaga, Chisato Ishiyama, Yoshio Kamitani, Satoshi Kikuya, Takahiro Kudo, 眞壁 陸二 Makabe Rikuji, Shichio Minato, Saori Miyake, Jin Ote, Hiraki Sawa, Kazumi Skimode, Atsuki Takamoto, Masami YAMAMOTO, Yamamoto Motoi.

2016.05.26 My dummy book is rewarded with a honourable mention of the jury (top 3) at the DOCfield Dummy Award 2016, Barcelona, Spain.

2016.05.23 My dummy book is on the shortlist of the Dummy Award Kassel 2016 of the Fotobookfestival Kassel. Jury: Eva Gravayat (Curator, Berlin), Klara Källström & Thobias Fäldt (B-B-B-Books, Stockholm), Jeffrey Ladd (Blog 5B4, Errata editions, Köln), Frederic lezmi (The PhotoBook Museum.. Köln), Markus Schaden (The PhotoBook Museum.. Köln), Richard Reisen (Verlag Kettler, Bönen), Dieter Neubert (Fotobookfestival, Kassel).

2016.05.17 My new dummy book got rewarded with the top 10 best books at the Riga Dummy Photobook. Contest 2016. Jury: Erik Kessels, Hester Keijser, Vincent Marcilhasi and Tom Mrazauskas.

2016.03.24 Sometimes it is time for something completely different. So here it is: a glimpse of my new photographic research project “swimming taco salad”.
Feeling a bit naked though: the new curator on Democratic Jungle, wrote an article about it even though my project is still under development.
A small selection of works is included in the article, and I am continuing with reflecting about possible installations, writing texts and finding people to talk about it.
It started in 2014 combining a growing interest in digital media and abstraction.
>> LINK to the article in dutch with some images

2016. I am continuing working on a project on Antwerp, being selected as one of the city photographers of Antwerp for the year 2015-2016. In collaboration with Museum aan de Stroom (MAS) and Roger Szmulewicz of Gallery 51.

Upcoming expo: Photo London

woensdag 20 mei, 2015

I am particpiating in a group show at Photo London as finalist of the Lens Culture Exposure Award.

From 21 > 24 May 2015, Sommerset House, London, UK.

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Upcoming expo: Conversation Rooms

woensdag 6 mei, 2015

I will show a projection of my new series BAIT at the group show “Conversation Rooms”. Place to be: the caves of the Zebra, Ghent, Belgium. From 13/5 to 17/5.

You are kindly invited to the opening at 19h30, 13th of may.

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Upcoming expo: Appearances @ 44 Gallery

donderdag 28 augustus, 2014

Together with Annelies De Mey I am having a  duo show at 44 Gallery, Bruges, Belgium.

The exhibition entitled “appearances” is a reduced reprise of the large exhibition at CCHA (Hasselt) earlier this year.

The exhibitions runs from 6 to 28 September and you are all very welcome!

The official opening in presence of the artists is on sunday, september 7th, at 16h.

 I am showing a selection of the series “Today is not a lucky day for you”.

Annelies had exhibition at the Museum of Photography, Antwerp and at Contretype Brussels. She also teaches at the School of Arts (Ghent).

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Nightlife / boek / book

vrijdag 18 oktober, 2013

Naar aanleiding van de expo Night Vision heeft Dieter De Lathauwer een speciaal boek uitgegeven met 15 beelden uit zijn reeks Nightlife over discotheken en landschap.

Afmetingen 22 x 28 cm, 24 pagina’s, 15 foto’s, offset gedrukt.

Een beperkte oplage van 250 exemplaren, met nummers 1 t/e/m 69 als collector’s edition.

De collector’s editie is speciaal verpakt in een gezeefdrukte stijve schuifhoes en bevat in een extra map een hoge kwaliteit print van een discotheek die niet in de gewone editie zit.

De prijs van de normale editie is 30 euro, de speciale editie komt op 100 euro.
Om te bestellen:
email@dieterdelathauwer.com
http://www.dieterdelathauwer.com

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To the occasion of the exhibition Night Vision on the Belgian legendary dance music, Dieter De Lathauwer has published a special book with a selection of 15 images from his series Nightlife; on the (dis)integration of the discotheque in the landscape.

24 pages, dimensions are 22 x 28cm and it contains 15 images. Offset printed.

It is an edition of only 250 copies, of which number 1 to 69 are a special collector’s edition.

This collector’s edition comes in a special slipcase and with a limited edition photographic print in a holder. All signed and numbered. The print is of an image not contained in the regular edition.

Normal edition is 30 euro. Collector’s edition 100 euro.

To order: email@dieterdelathauwer.com

http://www.dieterdelathauwer.com

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Dieter De Lathauwer stelt met Nightlife de ‘buitenkanten’ van dancings letterlijk in het daglicht.

Zijn fotografie flirt met de documentaire stijl, maar vloeit door zijn doorgedreven koelbloedigheid over in mysterie. De Lathauwer tuurt graag in liminale plekken die hun bestemming hebben verloren. Met een ongemeen scherpe lens voor de kwetsbaarheid van de plek. In Nightlife mag dans dan dé bestemming zijn, de aantrekkingskracht ligt in het clandestiene. De ‘geheimzucht’ besloten in de architecturale inbedding van de dancings in een nietsvermoedende stadskom, doet het besef groeien, niet alleen van een apart cultureel erfgoed in wording, maar ook van een harde kern van deze reeks: dat het dansen zelf, zoals de dood, ondanks die nachtelijke ‘buitenpositie’, onafscheidelijk is van het alledaagse leven. De Lathauwer geeft ons de indruk dat er een essentie bestaat die we niet met blote oog kunnen zien.

Die indruk is onuitwisbaar. En ontroerend.

Tom Viaene, Kunstcriticus & filosoof, redacteur Rekto:Verso
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video (c) october 2013, Dieter De Lathauwer
music taken from a superb mixtape from the year 2000 made by Olivier ‘tsjoen. If someone knows the track please tell me.

sado in h-art

donderdag 21 maart, 2013

review in H-Art

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