Decostere, Stefaan

°1955 - Kortrijk (Belgium). Lives and works in Ostend.
Stefaan Decostere studied film direction at the National Film School RITS in Brussels. He is among the handful of truly innovative directors working within television, creating new forms to more complex ideas. In his works he tries to problematize the relation between documentary and fiction by dissolving the boundaries between them. ...

Bohnenberger, Stefan

°1959 - Munich (Germany). Lives and works in Brussels.

Synak, Wiktoria

°1994 - Gdynia (Poland). Lives and works in Brussels.
Born in 1994 in Gdynia, Poland. Based in Brussels. Studied at Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam, ESADMM in Marseille and currently doing a Master degree in Photography at Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels. In June 2017 she received Roger de Conynck Prize - a support to young talented photographers awarded by Fondation Roi Baudouin ...

Cattelain, Claude

°1972 - Kinshasa (Congo).
Claude Cattelain (1972, Kinshasa, Congo) lives and works in Brussels, Belgium and Valenciennes, France. He experiments in various disciplines - painting, sculpture and video art - aiming at notions of instability, fragility and escapism. ...

Zhdanova, Alina

°1992 - Moscow (Russia). Lives and works in Kyoto (Japan).
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Krajinovic, Jasna

°1967 - Slovenia.
Jasna Krajinovic received her training at the Academy for Theatre, Film and Television in Ljubljana (Slovenia) and later at INSAS, Brussels. Before 'Un Été avec Anton', she filmed 'Saya et Mira, rêves perdus…' (2002), 'Deux sœurs' (2005) and 'La Chambre de Damien' (2008) ...
Media Burn, Ant Farm, 1975-2003. Courtesy Electronic Art Intermix (EAI), New York

Ant Farm

°1968 - San Francisco (United States).
Ant Farm was founded as an architecture and design group in 1968 by Doug Michels and Chip Lord, who were soon joined by Curtis Schreier, Hudson Marquez, and W. Douglas Hurr. Other members came and went over the years. The collective, whose base shifted between San Francisco and Houston, saw themselves as part of the cultural underground ...

Gaillet, Jaad

°1990 - Paris (France). Lives and works in France.
Videomaker and Film Director ...
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Baillif, Olga

°1969 - Genève (Switserland).
Olga Baillif was born in Genève and she lives and works in Brussels, where she studied at the INSAS. Baillif’s work is predominantly documentary and it’s been shown, among others, at the Festival International du Film Francophone (Namur), Cinéma Tout Ecran (Genève), Arte and TéléBruxelles. (Argos festival 2004 catalogue) ...
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Eisenhoet, Bedrich

°1963 - Brussels (Belgium).
Writer and video artist. Co-director of De Ezel van Buridan (Buridan's Donkey), created together with Frank Theys in 1990 as a message for the Belgian king Baudouin on his birthday, concerning a subject very dear to the king: youth and the search for identity in a multicultural society. ...
Evolution Revolution, Peter Finnemore, 2005. Courtesy the Artist

Finnemore, Peter

°1963 - Llanelli, Wales (United Kingdom).
Peter Finnemore was one of the first student intakes at the new Fine Art Photography Course set up in 1984 by Thomas Joshua Cooper at the Glasgow School of Art, Scotland. Here he received a BA Hons. in Fine Art Photography and Postgraduate Diploma in Fine Art (1984-88). He later studied at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (USA) where he gained an MFA in Photography (1992-94) ...

Terziev, Krassimir

°1969 - Dobritch (Bulgaria). Lives and works in Sofia.
Krassimir Terziev (1969, Dobritch, Bulgaria) received a Ph.D. in Cultural Anthropology at Sofia University (2012), and is lecturer in the Digital Arts MA Program at the National Academy of Arts in Sofia, where he received an MA in Painting (1997). Terziev is one of the leading Bulgarian contemporary artists ...

Fallet, Camille

- Lives and works in Marseille.
Camille Fallet graduated as MA in photography from the Royal College of Arts of London in 2004 and also obtained a DNSEP art at the École supérieure d'Art de Nantes in 2001. He is laureate of the “British Gas Award” 2003 (reportage in Trinidad and Tobago) and of the Individual Help Grant for the Regional Direction Creation of the Cultural Affairs of Ile de France in 2006 ...

Grimonprez, Johan

°1962 - Roeselare (Belgium). Lives and works in Brussels.
Johan Grimonprez studied Photography and Mixed Media at the Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent (Belgium), and Film and Mixed Media at the School of Visual Arts in New York. He took part in the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program in New York and a post graduate course at the Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht (The Netherlands) ...

Silver, Shelly

°1957 - Brooklyn, New York (United States).
Shelly Silver (1957, New-York ) attended Cornell University, graduating in 1980 with a B.A. in Intellectual History, and a B.F.A. in Mixed Media and subsequently attended the Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program ...

Patterson, Ben

°1934 - Pittsburgh (United States).
According to an old biography, Benjamin Patterson was ‘proficient on the double-bass, knowledgeable in music theory and history and acquainted with the crafts of composition and conducting.’ Following a career in symphony orchestras in Canada, he moved to Germany in 1960 ...

Bernatchez, Patrick

°1972 - Montreal (Canada).
Born in 1972, Patrick Bernatchez lives and works in Montréal. He was the Québec finalist for the 2010 Sobey Art Award. His work has been featured in a number of solo exhibitions, at the Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin (2010); Galerie Bertrand Grimont, Paris (2009 and 2012); West, Netherlands (2009 and 2012); and Galerie de l’UQAM, Montréal (2011). ...

Francis, Filip

°1944 - Duffel (Belgium). Lives and works in Brussels.
A painter by education, Filip Francis has been working with different media since the 1970s, creating conceptual art and installations. ...