Right after the 4th edition of the BSPF, and right before the Street Still Life contest and exhibition, we are back with a selection of what we think you should not miss in the photography scene in the city of Brussels. Join us through a rich and varied set of exhibitions around Brussels, and of course, the 4th edition of the PhotoBrussels Festival.
Johnny Miller – Unequal Scenes + Michele Spatari – Rising Water
A photographic reflection on inequalities through the panoramic pictures of Miller, showing how geographical conditions and urban planning can astonishingly contribute to separate haves and have nots. Spatari shows with a B&W collection the daily routines of people at urban margins in the city of Turin.
When: Until November 17
For more information: www.geopolis.brussels/
Roger Ballen – The Theatre of the Ballenesque + Ronny Delrue - Correspondances
An interaction between Roger Ballen, with his dimension of absurdity and deep, dark human subconscious and the Belgian photographer Ronny Delrue, in collaboration with AB and SMAK (Gent)
When: From November 14, 2019, until March 14, 2020
For more information: www.centrale.brussels
MAHESH SHANTARAM - Late Colour + EDOUARD DECAM
Late Colour is a personal perspective on Brussels by the Indian photographer, which chooses to work only during night time, when the city is finally empty and crepuscular (something which would be unconceivable in an Indian city). Edouard Decam is capturing Landscape scenarios where is hard not to reflect on the human trace irreversibly left on the nature.
When: From November 6, 2019, until January 2, 2020
For more information:www.contretype.org
Don’t forget to participate in the Street Still Life contest, that is open for submissions until Sunday, November 10.
Cover photo by Christopher Reuter – Street Still Life submission