Fleur van Dodewaard

Fleur van Dodewaard (b. 1983, The Netherlands). Fleur studied Theatre at the University of Amsterdam and Fine Arts at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague before enrolling in the Photography course at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam, where she graduated in 2010. Fleur lives and works in The Netherlands. Her work consists of a series of assemblages, still-lifes shot in the studio that explore the evocative nature of geometry and color. Referencing art historial terms such as the nude and landscape, her photographs become a tool for the deconstruction of the image plane and a mirror for which to reflect back upon the photographer and the medium of photography itself.

Nude Studies

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The Kelly Pages

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Fleur van Dodewaard’s recent solo exhibitions include The Celebration of the Monochrome, Proekt Fabrika, Moscow (2011) and Sun Set Series at Artpocalypse gallery, Amsterdam (2011). Group exhibitions include There’s Something Happening Here, Brancolini Grimaldi Gallery, London (2012), Brush it In at Flowers Gallery, London (2012) and STILL/LIFE, FOAM Photography Museum, Amsterdam (2011); Fleur is a recipient of several grants from the Dutch Foundation of the Arts Mondriaan Fund. Her work has been published in amongst others British Journal of Photography, HotShoe International and Foam Talent Magazine. Her work is part of the Museum of Modern Art Arnhem and of FOAM Photography Museum collections as well as numerous private collections.

For more work, visit her website.

 



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