In the Margin: exhibition at Ghuislain Museum Ghent

This summer, the Dr Guislain Museum will be focusing entirely on photography. In the Margin is a top selection of Belgian documentary photographers, who shed light on the ‘other side’ of existence: the aberrant, the delinquent, the extraordinary, the unobserved and the crude. More than 400 photographs by 22 photographers will be shown. I’ll contribute to the exhibition with a series of photographs from the Spanish Mediterranean coast.

Participating photographers: Filip Claus, Carl De Keyzer, Bieke Depoorter, Tim Dirven, Martine Franck, Cedric Gerbehaye, Brigitte Grignet, Harry Gruyaert, Nick Hannes, Viviane Joakim, Gert Jochems, Jimmy Kets, Jan Locus, Jacques Sonck, Marie Sordat, Bruno Stevens, Dieter Telemans, Marc Trivier, Gael Turine, Michel Vanden Eeckhoudt, Stephan Vanfleteren, John Vink.

The exhibition is curated by Kaat Dejonghe. Lannoo publishes the photo book In the Margin. Belgian Documentary Photography

From June 2 to September 4 2011 at Museum Dr Guislain, Jozef Guislainstraat 43, 9000 Gent
To Museum Dr Guislain

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Nick Hannes (°1974) is a photographer based in Antwerp, Belgium. After graduating from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts KASK in Ghent, he worked for various media in Belgium and The Netherlands. Meanwhile he reported on social and political issues in the Balkans and the Middle East. In 2009 his first book ‘Red Journey’, a documentary about transition in the 15 former Soviet republics, was published by Lannoo. 'Mediterranean. The Continuity of Man', a documentary portrait of the Mediterranean region, follows in 2014. His latest book is 'Garden of Delight', a series that won the Magnum Photography Award 2017 and the Zeiss Photography Award 2018. Since 2008 Nick teaches documentary photography at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (KASK/School of Arts) in Ghent. He is represented by Panos Pictures (London).
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