Meggy Rustamova - Bang [Ding Dong]
Susan Meiselas - Mediations
– Susan Meiselas For nearly five decades, Magnum photographer Susan Meiselas (US, 1948) has been using her camera to bear witness and to connect with people. Meiselas has travelled the world and focused on a wide range of subjects, from the sex industry to war and human rights violations.
melanie bonajo - When the body says Yes
.tiff 2022 - Emerging Belgian Photography
Bertien van Manen
Alexey Shlyk & Ben Van den Berghe
Made In Dublin
Made In Dublin is a nine-screen, quadrophonic multimedia installation. The installation combines Doyle’s photos, Donohoe’s soundscapes, Barry’s words and narration, and Sweeney’s montage and production design
Depth on the surface When you look beyond the surface of a Lynne Cohen (CA, 1944-2014) photograph, you enter a subtly absurd and surreal universe. She exclusively photographed interiors for four decades: spas, military facilities, classrooms, laboratories, etc. What goes on in the minds of the designers and users of these spaces? There are no humans in these scenes, only cryptic traces that once there were.
33 days of .tiff
Each year, FOMU selects ten promising photographers who live or work in Belgium. It is the start of a year-long journey that commences with publication in our portfolio magazine .tiff and ends with a group exhibition in the museum. With works from: Laure Cottin Stefanelli, Etienne Courtois, David Denil, Katherine Longly, Renée Lorie, Sebastian Steveniers, Wiktoria Synak, Florine Thiebaud, Pierre Vanneste, Sybren Vanoverberghe.
Collectieaankoop Eamonn Doyle
Restricted Images - Patrick Waterhouse
Claude Samuel Zanele
Camille Picquot - Young Belgian Photography
Paul Kooiker - Untitled (nude)
31 days of .tiff - Highlighting Emerging Image Makers
Gilbert d'Haen - Fotograaf
Harry Gruyaert - Retrospectieve
Monsanto®: A Photographic Investigation - Mathieu Asselin
Collectie In Transit
Ai Weiwei - Mirror
Ebifananyi - Andrea Stultiens
The Still Point of the Turning World - Between Film and Photography
Suzy Embo - Artiste photographe, photographe d'artistes
5 jaar .tiff
Alec Soth - Gathered Leaves
Saul Leiter - Retrospectieve
Cover photo: Herman Selleslags, Ghent, 1974, Collection FOMU, P/1978/27/2, © Herman Selleslags
Show Us The Money
Tom Callemin - Jonge Belgische fotografie
Boris Mikhailov - Ukraine
Mariken Wessels - Taking Off. Henry my Neighbor
Photography Inc. - Van luxeproduct tot massamedium
August Sander - Meesterwerken en ontdekkingen
Jan Hoek - Shooting Stars
Mijn Vlakke Land - Over fotografie en landschap
Jan Rosseel - Belgian Autumn. A Confabulated History
A Confabulated History In the early 1980s, Belgium experienced a collective nightmare. A group known as the Brabant Killers committed a series of robberies, mainly of supermarkets, involving unprecedented violence. Thirty years later, Rosseel delves into the country’s memories of the events to create a confabulated history.
Cédric Gerbehaye - D'entre eux
Jeffrey Silverthorne - The Precision of Silence
Mathieu Pernot - La Traversée
Yann Mingard - Deposit
Nick Hannes - Mediterranean. The Continuity of Man
The Continuity of Man Over the past five years, Nick Hannes (BE,1974) has visited twenty countries located around the Mediterranean. He witnessed an unpredicted period of turnoil for the region: Southern Europe buckling under the weight of the global economic crisis, Arab countries entangled in the aftermath of the Arab Spring and tourist and migrants encountering each other on the beaches of the Mediterranean sea.
Vincent Delbrouck - Dzogchen
Shooting Range - Fotografie in de vuurlinie?
Richard Mosse - The Enclave
Walker Evans - Magazinewerk
Mikhael Subotzky & Patrick Waterhouse - Ponte City
Broomberg & Chanarin - Everything was Beautiful and Nothing Hurt
Everything was Beautiful and Nothing Hurt Adam Broomberg (ZA, °1970) and Oliver Chanarin (UK, °1971) have been working collaboratively for 17 years. This is the first comprehensive survey of their practice, beginning with their first work, a commissioned painting of a Hutu and a Tutsi and ends with their most recent series, produced with 3D facial recognition software.