Maroesjka Lavigne


Maroesjka Lavigne (b.1989, Belgium) gained her Masters in Photography at Ghent University in the summer of 2012. Her work has been shown internationally at the Foam Talent exhibition in Amsterdam, The Robert Mann Gallery in New York, Galerie Hug in Paris and Museum Saint Guislain in Gent, Belgium, among others. She self-published a book called ‘ísland’ in 2012 that sold out. In 2014 she published a postcard version of this book. In 2015 she made a commissioned work ‘Not seeing is a Flower’ in collaboration with the Flanders centre in Osaka. This was published in the catalog called Facing Japan. Her latest project ‘Land of Nothingness’ is made in Namibia and exhibited in the Robert Mann Gallery in New York.

She was selected for the Talent Call at Fotomuseum Amsterdam (FOAM) Netherlands 2012 and was the winner of the Emerging Talent competition of Lensculture in 2014 with the series ‘You are More than beautiful‘. In 2015 she won the Harry Penningsprijs in Eindhoven,Netherlands. She is currently living and working in Ghent, Belgium.

Jan Beernaert

Time travellers #3, Spain, 2013

In october 2012, after more than 30 years, I picked up a camera again. Sinds then photography is a very important part of my life.
I try to show the world around me as I see and feel it.

Jacques Sonck




Sonck studied photography at the Narafi in Brussels, Belgium and is one of the first generation of photographers who received formal training lifts.
Besides his professional activities (until recently he was a photographer at the Culture Department of the Province of Antwerp), he devoted himself since themid-1970s on personal projects. He makes penetrating street and studio portraits of prominent figures from all walks of life. In his pictures he goes in search of archetypes. Classical portraits in the style of DianeArbus. Without judging JacquesSonck confronts the viewer with charming and disgusting individuals: loners, eccentrics, drop-outs and deformed.Soncks refined black-white images contain a surprising, often anachronistic aesthetics with remarkable documentary character. Diversity in all its shapes within the human species is depicted in an understated way, without melancholy, compassion or the intent to ridicule.In 2005 his photographs exhibited in the group show ‘13 women and a dog – Photographic Intimicy’ at Bozar in Brussels, Belgium
In 2011 a selection of his work is included in the group show ‘Insight’ at Fotomuseum in Antwerp, Belgium. He also appears in the group show ‘In the Margin’ at the Museum Dr. Guislain in Ghent, Belgium.

During his career he received the following awards: in 1980, the Laureate of the Prize of Photography of the Province of Antwerp, in 1984, Special mention for the price Photographie Ouverte, Charleroi and 1992 Nomination for the ICI Photography Awards 1992.

Marc Lagrange

















Marc Lagrange, 1957, lives and works in Antwerp, Belgium. Although his pictures remind us of the great works of Helmut Newton or Peter Lindbergh, Marc brings a finesse to his pictures like no other. His photographs are stylish, well composed and iconic.


Frederik Heyman


Frederik Heyman, 1984, Belgium, has both a masters degree in photography aswell as in graphic and illustration design. This is very clear when looking at his photographic works. He combines illustration and graphic design in his photography. He creates new worlds that look impossible, but he doesn’t hide the way it’s done. His pictures are like little fairy tales. The following photographs are from various personal and editorial projects.

Cédric Gerbehaye


Born in Belgium in 1977, trained journalist Cédric Gerbehaye chose photography as his way of recounting the world.

He has been member of Agence VU since 2007.

2002 saw the beginning of his continued interest in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, as he tried to analyze the disappointment and revolt provoked by the failure of the Oslo Accords. He went on to do more reporting in Hebron and Gaza, then focused on the rampant economic and social crisis in Israel, before taking up the Kurdish question in Turkey and Iraq.

In 2006 he was awarded two distinctions in the Prix Photographie ouverte from Charleroi Photography Museum. A year later his work “Gaza : summer rains” received special acclaim in the Bayeux-Calvados Award for war correspondents.
For Cédric Gerbehaye, the act of photography is a way of seeking out not only the complexity of differing realities, providing evidence of them, and trying to understand them, but also of getting closer to others while informing, with a subjectivity he readily assumes.

Cedric Gerbehaye first important body of work; “Congo in Limbo”, is the result of several journeys to the Democratic Republic of Congo, where he has been going regularly since 2007. This work, which was published in a book (Le Bec en L’Air, 2010) and showed in many exhibitions, has earned him seven international distinctions, including a World Press Photo Award, The Amnesty International Media Award and the Olivier Rebbot Award from the Overseas Press Club of America. Shortly after, he decided to work on South Sudan and his series “Land of Cush” was awarded the Prix SCAM Roger Pic in 2012.

Since 2012 Cédric began a work about his native country, Belgium. The first chapter of this story has already been exposed to the Festival of St Brieuc, the sequel is in progress.

Colin Delfosse


Colin Delfosse, 1981, Belgium, is a documentary photographer who studied Journalism. Together with three other photographers he founded the Out of Focus collective in 2005. As a collective (5 photographers) they focus on social issues. One of his latest projects focuses on Kazakhstan where he concentrates on the Soviet legacy in the country, still visually present. In 2010 he portrayed a large number of Congolese wrestlers and the culture around it. This series won the PDN photo annual award in 2011. Colin has traveled extensively for his strong and intimate projects. He has been to countries as China, Mali and Iraqi Kurdistan where he documented the movement of the Free Women of Kurdistan movement. Colin’s work has been featured in The New York Times, Le Monde and The International Herald Tribune to name a few. The following images come from the series Polygon – Soviet Legacy in Kazakhstan, part I, Congolese Wrestlers and The PKK Amazons.

Cristophe Gilbert