I can give you a preview of the new book i’m making with graphic designer Robin Uleman. The book will be published at the end of February 2016. I will start a crowdfunding in a view day. On this site you can pre order the book.
I am very proud to let you know that three of my works are currently exhibited in the MOMA NY at the exhibition of Sean Anderson:Tracing Displacement and Shelter
You can visit the exhibition till 22th january 2017
Currently designer Robin Uleman and me are working on a new book, Ville de Calais. i hope to present the book in the first weeks of the year 2017. I will keep you updated.
Documentair fotograaf Henk Wildschut heeft naast het werk in opdracht voor kranten en tijdschriften, ook langlopende documentaire projecten geïnitieerd. Ontheemding, isolement en kwetsbaarheid zijn de terugkerende thema’s in Wildschuts werk. Voor de serie Shelter fotografeerde hij vanaf 2005 de provisorische onderkomens van vluchtelingen aan de randen van Fort Europa, zoals het onlangs ontruimde vluchtelingenkamp in de Franse havenstad Calais. De foto’s over de shelters in Europa zijn vanaf deze week te zien in Pakhuis de Zwijger in Amsterdam. Pieter van der Wielen spreekt met Henk Wildschut.
Only 7 days left to visit the exhibition Calais From Jungle to City, in the Foam museum in Amsterdam
From Jungle to City will be the title of the exhibition about the expansion of the refugee camp in Calais witch i made over the last year. The exhibition will on show in the Foam Museum from 7th April 2016 till 5th off June
For the annual photography special in De Volkskrant I made a series on European border patrol. During my first shoot in Hongary, in june 2015 the Hungarian parlement decided to build the fence on the border. 3 months later the fence was a fact and Europe changes a little bit more in to a fortress.
If you are by chance in Mannheim and Ludwigshafen, between october and november please pay a visit to the foto festival. The festival is curated by Urs Stahel and is from exceptional quality, I think.
The Magazine VN published a new story about the ‘jungle” of Calais. This year i will follow de developments on the situation around the immigrants in Calais because i think the Camp will grow like never before. At this moment already 1500 people life in the dunes around the town and every day new arrivals are coming in.
If you are by change in Brittany, France, between april and 17th may, please pay a visit to the exhibition Contre-Champs#5 in Guincamp. The expo is organized by art center Gwinzegal and shows my serie Food and work from Pierre Liebart, Daniel Michiels and Patrick Prado.
For the Christmas issue from news paper De Volkskrant I made a reportage about Indoor Farming in Japan. Until now only lettuce is grown in these ‘factories’.