+32 472 26 54 84
6, clos Stijn Streuvels
1970 - Wezembeek-Oppem
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Morgane is a self-taught film photographer from Brussels.
Preferring a more focused, deliberate approach and a limited number of exposures, she has found solace in the pace and rhythm of analog photography since 2015.
Morgane travels around the world exploring the themes of the monumental vastness of nature and of human impact.
Her photographs showcase the outer limits of our planet: otherworldly places where life must be strong, adaptable and resilient to survive. Places where the thunderous silence leaves no room for uncertainty, no choice but to immerse oneself, totally, in the true essence of life.
Her work invites us to draw a parallel between our own human fragility and the vulnerability of these extreme landscapes to change.
She dares dream that capturing the Sublime of these places now - for tomorrow they could be gone - could help the world fall in love with these regions and inspire people to save them from destruction.
Morgane is represented by Aspen Gallery, New England.
Blurred Delineation - Solo Show, November. At Galerie Jean Nélis (Brussels, BE)
The Vernacular of Landscape - Group Show, October. At Usagi Gallery (Brooklyn, USA)
The Vernacular of Landscape - Group Show, July. At Subjectively Objective (Detroit, USA)
The Art Rangers for the National Park Foundation - Group Show, June. At Minna Gallery (San Francisco, USA)
Urban & Contemporary Art Exhibition & Auction - Group Show, June. At Millon (Brussels, BE).
Tiny Atlas Quarterly Climate Benefit - Group Show, December. At the East Cut (San Francisco, USA)
ONS FW17 Resident Artist Program - Group Show, November. At ONS Soho (NYC, USA)
Escape - Group Show, July-August. At Joya (Brussels, BE)
Ektar Blues - Solo Show, April. At L'Open Store (Brussels, BE)
Features, press and print publications have all been gathered here.
The Vernacular of Landscape (Subjectively Objective & Float Magazine) - June 2018
Rucksack Mag Volume 2 - February 2018
Commissioned works have been displayed here.
Most photographs are available as Fine Art signed and numbered limited editions in the print shop. Please feel free to get in touch about specific images or formats.
US customers should get in touch with Aspen Gallery.