Reflections On Life

Solo exhibition of 20 artworks from November 16th 2019 until January 11th 2020. Showing pieces of people behind windows and reflections. The exhibition also includes an installation with an extensive selection of images, giving through atmosphere and body language an impression of the life of the beautiful people Henri worked with since he started doing photography.

New Website

I am really proud and grateful to present to you all my new website. It’s showing you a personal journey, full of emotions, both mine and of the people I worked with. I hope you all will like it.

London Art Biennale, 2017

Exhibition of contemporary art at the Chelsea Old Town Hall, showcasing work of 120 artists from 40 different nations. I was invited by the art committee to participate with two of my artworks: Reflecting Fawnya – 1 and Touched, Anonymous Holding.

Bookcover: The Autistic Alice

‘Sunday Morning in November’ is my most featured photo. It was exhibited in Florence, New York and Tokyo and published in Hidden Treasure Art Magazine, 1 : 1 Photo Magazine and my book ‘In search of intimacy’. Through the years I got many requests for giving permisson to use this photo for a poster or book cover. I never said ‘Yes’ till now. It will feature the cover of ‘The autistic Alice’ written by Joanne Limburg and published March 2017 by Bloodaxe Books.

Biennale of Salerno, 2016
Biennale of Salerno, 2016, BIENNALE D’ARTE CONTEMPORANEA

On invitation of the curators of the biennale I was was present as a guest artist. Presenting ‘Nicole, spring, 7.21 a.m.’, the photo featuring the back cover of my first book ‘In search of intimacy’.

New Dawn Paper
Book review in edition 6, 2014.

Part of the review: “The book reminds me of the work of Miroslav Tichy, a Moravian who secretly took photos of women with his own-made cameras. The combination of working behind windows and the choice op paper (heavily paper but giving the impression of see-through) adds to the sense of voyeurism. The black and white photos in the middle of each section, remind me of the work of Gerard Fieret and Sanne Sannes. They give the book a subtle but necessary complexity.”

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