The hill that wasn't there — Stefan Vanthuyne

Tique Salon #7 — Stefan Vanthuyne

Tique Art Space, Antwerp / Belgium

Please join us for Tique Salon #7
on Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at 7:30 PM.

This time we’ve invited Stefan Vanthuyne to speak about this practice as a photographer and his most favourite recent photobooks like ZZYZX by Gregory Halpern, The Movements of Clouds around Mount Fuji by Masanao Abe or The Unreachable by Roger Guaus.

Stefan Vanthuyne is a photographer, researcher and writer based in Ghent, Belgium. He has published four artist’s books so far, thereof three with Ghent based Publisher Art Papers EditionsFrom here into oblivion (Vol.1) in 2010, The hill that wasn’t in 2013 and Pulsar in 2014. In 2012, Stefan published Remember the white horses with the Brussels based publishing house Le caillow bleu. 

In 2015 The hill that wasn’t was selected for Tafels (Tabels), a presentation of 80 artist’s books from The Nederlands and Flanders.

Stefan Vanthuyne is a researcher on photobook culture in Belgium at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp and a member of the photography research group Thinking Tools at the same academy. He regularly writes about photography and photobooks for De StandaardOogst and Knack Focus.

His talk will be held in English or Dutch language.

Tique Salon will take place at Tique Art Space, Korte Vlierstraat 5, 2000 Antwerp. Tique Salon is formulated and organized by Katrin Kamrau (malenki.net) and Welmer Keesmaat (Tique).