Angelo Turconi, traveller and photographer in Africa, takes us to the heart of central Africa in Sur les pistes du Congo. It is the result of special impressions and unforgettable encounters: the head of the Yaka in ceremonial outfit, the leader of the Pende and Chokwe beautifully dressed, the king of Lunda on his throne, a rare family portrait of the Kitawala…
Watch Me is an overview of more than four decades of Lucille Feremans’ photographic oeuvre. The collection not only shows the most memorable images from her richly filled international career, but also gives us a glimpse into her creative process and artistic language. Intriguing photographs from successful exhibitions such as Velata, Talking Hats, Polaroid Works and Body Visions are brought together and interspersed with never-before-seen images from Lucille’s studio or made during master classes abroad.
Photography offers a thousand and one ways of looking at our societies. According to the international scene, Calvin’s main talent is that his works bear witness to the great respect he has for the personal identity of everyone he captures in photographs.
This book tells the story of a human adventure, that of the photographer Julius Mwelu, a talented and generous Kenyan, who was born in the valley of Mathare and has survived there. This part of Nairobi is one of the immense slums that make the Kenyan capital a permanent social scandal.
Colours can be magical. Chris Mestdagh, one of Belgium’s most versatile designers, proves it convincingly in Colorful Retreats, a beautiful mood book in which he immerses us in his favourite colour palettes on the basis of various mood reports.
Fabien Raes is no stranger to the art world. After having tasted painting for a while, his career quickly evolved towards his true passion, photography. Initially, he was mainly involved in reportage photography, which resulted in worldwide reportages about South Africa, South and Central America, Africa and China, among others.