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Photobook Belge : 1854 - Now, Hardback Book

Photobook Belge : 1854 - Now Hardback

Edited by Tamara Berghmans

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Since the birth of photography, the photobook has always been an essential medium for photographers wanting to display and distribute their work.

But the photobook is more than just a display case: it's a means of expression, an art object, a historical record, a propaganda tool, a multi-sensory experience.

Photobook Belge is the first ever overview of photobooks created by Belgian photographers. Covering a period of more than 150 years, from the mid 19th century to the present, it features almost 250 photobooks, all carefully described and illustrated.

It's the first time that research into the production and context of Belgian photobooks has been carried out on this scale.

In so doing, it sheds light on a hitherto neglected part of Belgium's long and fascinating photo history.

Over time, the Belgian photobook has become well established.

With Photobook Belge, it finally gets the recognition it deserves.

Featuring works by famous names such as Dirk Braeckman, Marcel Broodthaers, Bieke Depoorter, Gilbert Fastenaekens, Edmond Fierlants, Geert Goiris, Harry Gruyaert, Max Pinckers, Marie-Francoise Plissart, Marc Trivier and Stephan Vanfleteren, as well as many undiscovered gems from Belgium's rich photographic history.

Compiled by Tamara Berghmans (curator FOMU - Fotomuseum Antwerp), with contributions from Pool Andries, Jan Baetens, Sandrine Colard, Emmanuel d'Autreppe, Johan De Vos, Steven F.

Joseph, Johan Pas and Stefan Vanthuyne.

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