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  • Light box
    Light box

    Peninsula Series, Boat, 1/12 Pear tree light box : Length: 30,2cm,...

    550,00 €
  • Atlas
    Atlas

    Silver chlorobromide print made by the artist, format 18 x 18 cm. N°6/25

    1 000,00 €
  • Atlas
    Atlas

    Silver chlorobromide print made by the artist, format 12 x 12 cm. N°7/25

    900,00 €
  • Atlas
    Atlas

    Silver chlorobromide print made by the artist, format 18 x 18 cm. N°6/25

    1 000,00 €
  • Petit traité de l'incertitude, 2018
    Petit traité de l'incertitude, 2018

    Gelatin-silver print transferred to coffee made by the artistin a...

    850,00 €
  • Petit traité de l'incertitude, 2018
    Petit traité de l'incertitude, 2018

    Gelatin-silver print transferred to coffee made by the artistin a...

    850,00 €
  • Childhood island
    Childhood island

    Gelatin-silver print made by the artist 21 x 31 cm (paper format)...

    950,00 €
  • Petit traité de l'incertitude, 2018
    Petit traité de l'incertitude, 2018

    Gelatin-silver print transferred to coffee made by the artistin a...

    850,00 €

List of products by artists Michel Vanden Eeckhoudt

Belgian photographer, born in 1947, Michel Vanden Eeckhoudt left us in 2015.


If one of his pretexts of predilection was the dogs (to which he devoted a book), it would be perfectly unjust to reduce it to this set both amused and sorry, in which he questions in a disturbing way the relations between the animal and its master.


Coming from a tradition of reporting that led him to collaborate widely with the press, he had begun his personal work with ensembles devoted to the "Belgian Competitions" and to immigrants in his country. From the very beginning, in the rectangle of his Leica, he builds pure, elegant photographs, marked by a constant humour that allows him to adopt a fair and amused distance to what unfolds before his eyes. With a very sure sense of space and distance from the subject, in compositions drawn with a string, he knows how to transform often mysterious photographs of moments of reality without ever being anecdotal.
If it often provokes a smile, it quickly raises, behind this first reaction, a series of questions, on the nature of what it shows us (its use of reflections is really troubling) and on the meaning - or lack of meaning - of the attitudes or situations it points to.


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