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  • 6 photos out of the series Interludium 101 x 125 cm were exhibited in Beyond the Document, 29.06 > 25.09.2011 in Bozar - Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels (BE)
    Beyond the Document, Contemporary Belgian Photographers, brings together 14 photographers at the instigation of BOZAR and the photography museums of Antwerp and Charleroi. Together, they will examine the fine line that now separates documentary photography and fine art photography. The fact is that, since the 1980s, photography has been permanently elevated to the rank of art, but has never been so used in the vast stock of photo-journalism. This documentary and social veneer is brought out in art photographs which enhance the supporting document. Belgian photography does not escape this ambiguity between documentary framework and metaphoric and conceptual narration. Beyond the Document offers a unique snapshot, combining, in a single medium, objectivity and subjectivity, fiction and reality, report and concept, document and work of art.
    Vincen Beeckman - Karin Borghouts - Thomas Chable - Bert Danckaert - Lara Dhondt - Gilbert Fastenaekens - Nick Hannes - Philippe Herbet - Jan Kempenaers - Chantal Maes - Christine Felten-Véronique Massinger - Arno Roncada - Herman van den Boom.
    Curators: Xavier Canonne (Musée de la Photographie Charleroi); Pool Andries (FotoMuseum Antwerpen); Frank Vanhaecke (BOZAR EXPO). Book available.

  • Verbeeld Verleden, Antwerp

    2007

    Verbeeld Verleden, Antwerp

    The solo exhibition ‘Verbeeld verleden’ (Portrayed Past) was together with ‘Het…

  • Churches in STAM Ghent

    2014

    Churches in STAM Ghent

    Solo exhibition in the abbey church of STAM. Karin Borghouts photographed 46 churches in Ghent (BE).…

  • Bindingen

    2013

    Bindingen

    Portraits and stories of foreign people living in Antwerp BE. ‘Bindingen’ is a project of some…

  • Through the Looking Glass

    2003-2014

    Through the Looking Glass

    Karin Borghouts’ two first solo exhibitions Through the Looking Glass were on view in Ruimte…