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  • Nov242016

    Sharpness is a bourgeois concept – expo by Tomas Vandecasteele

    November 24, 2016

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  • Sep152016

    Recent Works on Paper – expo by Kenneth Jaworski

    September 8, 2016

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  • Jun252016

    Pas Perdus – work by Charlotte Jonckher

    June 25, 2016

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  • Feb282016

    Stephanie de Smet – Inside Green

    On her spare time, Antwerp-based photographer Stephanie De Smet likes to focus her lens on indoor plants.
    More precisely, Stephanie photographs entrance halls, lobbies and stairways that, by the simple grace of human intervention, have been cozied and cuddled up by plants.

    And, despite shooting only analog, she’s an avid Instagrammer (she pretty much single-handedly invented the #insidegreen hashtag), constantly posting a new hallway and its green inside to her growing list of followers who’ve even taken to tagging her in their photographs of plants and entrances.

    Photography, plants and architecture. What else really?

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