Thomas Vandenberghe

Thomas Vandenberghe (Ghent, Belgium) is a Belgian photographer. He makes small, intimate images – mostly with flash, so that they seem almost like snapshots. 

His silver gelatin prints are frequently repeated, blurred or torn, each testifying to a process of assimilation. Vandenberghe is represented by Gallery Stieglitz 19 in Antwerp. 

Solo exhibition – Stieglitz 19, Antwerpen
UNSEEN photofair 2017 – Stieglitz 19, Amsterdam
Musée de la photo de Bruxelles – Recyclart, Brussels
Surface Tension: "Breaking the plane of the photographic Image" – FOMU,  Antwerp – Bredaphoto_SBK, Breda, The Netherlands
"A Process 2.0" – Der Greif, Krakow
"Last night in Bangkok" – AM projects – NACC – BKK
"A LOVERS DISCORD" – GSL Projekt – MOCA, London
TiiffTalk – FOMU, Antwerp
Tiff_FoMu – Brakke Grond – UNSEEN Photofair, Amsterdam
"A LOVERS DISCORD" – KONTOR projects, Denmark
"Can't pay you to disappear" – Tique Art Space, Antwerp
Conversation Rooms – Mixed media group show, Ghent
Artwall9 – Group exhibition, Ghent
De zee – Salut d'honneur Jan Hoet – Mu.Zee, Ostend
Exposition florale – collectif Blanc, Montréal
Yet show 8 – 44 gallery contemporary photography, Bruges 

Picture by Maarten Kinet

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Thomas Vandenberghe
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