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Portfolio Reviews with Daniëlle van Zadelhoff


About Daniëlle van Zadelhoff

Dutch artist Daniëlle van Zadelhoff grew up in a family tradition with a strong interest in painting, sculpture, and art history. When she decided to pursue photography, she underwent a year of technical training in Belgium. Since 2013, she has been working professionally in her studio in Antwerp. Her first solo exhibition took place in the Netherlands in 2014. In addition to her solo exhibitions, Daniëlle van Zadelhoff has gathered attention in international group exhibitions, projects, and art fairs. Last year, she engaged with the audience at MoMA in San Francisco. By creating a visual language that approaches 17th-century painting with chiaroscuro (a technique involving the use of light and shadow), the photographer revitalizes the relationship between the past and the future. Daniëlle van Zadelhoff strives to make universal emotions that dwell in the depths of the unconscious visible through light. She explores themes such as loneliness, vulnerability, faith, and doubt.

About Portfolio Reviews

Participants who wish to attend portfolio reviews must fill out the form below. The quota is limited and the participants will be determined in the order of registration. After the form is closed, participants will receive an e-mail for further details. Portfolio reviews will take place online. The duration of reviews for each participant will be half an hour.


Daniëlle van Zadelhoff


11 October Wednesday
11.30 – 13.30