18 June 2022 -WorldPress Photo 2022

The annual rendez-vous of the WorldPress Photo is currently taking place in the Nieuwe Kerk of Amsterdam. Beyond the usual reporting on the sufferings of the world, I focused this year on some of the stories told by artists involved in long-term projects throughout...

1 June 2022 – Turnley Turnkey

When an announcement is made that a winner of the Pulitzer Prize, of two World Press Photos of the Year, and of the Robert Capa Award for Courage is going to have an exhibition in Paris, the occasional traveler that I am, making to good use an encounter with a dear...

29 May 2022 – Dagmar van Weeghel is magic

The Dutch photographer Dagmar van Weeghel is central in the Alexine Tinne exhibition at The Hague Historical Museum. She revisited Tinne’s travels with her own work and her master photographs are also exposed, alongside those of Tinne. This work, in...

28 May 2022 – Ten for Tinne

Alexine Tinne was special. Educated in the best circles of The Hague, with or despite her father’s wealth accumulated on slave trade, she grew up riding horses, playing the piano and becoming a “proper” 19th century lady. After the early passing of...