This work is part of the ‘Appreciate the unappreciated’ series, which is an ongoing work, with a clear focus on locations and objects that are left unnoticed.
Photographers always tend to look for stories behind an image. As a minimal photographer, telling stories is all about abstraction. Renaat Nijs always works in series of 3 images, to give the audience a little more perspective, and to spark their curiosity for these otherwise disregarded locations.
For Subbacultcha, he chose one of his latest works, which is a collection of industrial-focused images. These visually appealing images can be just that, or they can give the audience the chance to revise their own views on what they perceive to be beautiful. A graphic vision on the mundane, an interesting look on the ordinary. For Renaat as a photographer, it’s important to focus on everyday objects and locations, familiar places that are passed by and overlooked.
A2 – 42 cm x 59,4 cm.
310g/m2 RAG Heavyweight Matte Photo Paper with Lucia Pro Ink.
Black frame (Thickness 0.8cm) with a non-reflective, 70% UV-Protected Museum glass
Renaat Nijs is a photographer with a soft spot for design, photography, film, and ice cream. First studying architecture at PIKOH, and taking a year-long detour through Taiwan to study graphic design, he attained a master’s in multimedia design at LUCA, Genk. All this to eventually become a photographer.
He works as a freelance photographer for various magazines, is the brain behind dekleinering.be and can be found on Instagram serving a beautiful cocktail of architecture captured by his trained eye. Thanks to, or despite his many detours, he has developed a unique style. Both he and his photos set themselves apart with an authentic look through the lens. A candid view on many subjects such as architecture, urban compositions, food photography, portraits, and journalism.
Adel Setta, Alana Knight, Alexandra Theunis, Alies Torfs, Amnesia Scanner, Andro Boulougouris, Andy Eeckhaut, Anne Podevyn, Annelore De Cock, Anthony Ngoya, Antoine Dechambre, Antoine Grenez, Arthur Dufoor, Astrid Vandendael, Boris Deben, Briek Lesage, Carmen Pazos, Catherine Lemblé, Cato Crevits, Charlotte Daniëlse, Chloë Nuñez-Garcia, Clara Duflos, Clara Van Severen, Clara Wouters, Clara-Lane Lens, David Smulders, Denisa Teglas, Elisa Maenhout, Emma Terweduwe, Emmeline Geiregat, Eva Donckers, Eva Lynen, Fleur De Roeck, Gelique Pirard, Geran Knol, Guillaume Varache, Hannah Brugge, Hanne Fatah, Hanne Van Assche, Herlinde Raeman, Hyun De Grande, Jean-Samuel N’Sengi, Jeanne Dubé, Jill Verhaeghe, Joanna Maria Druyts, Joëlle Dubois, Jonas Reubens, Julia Garcia Rubio, Julie Pittevils, Julie Van Eyck, Kayla Van Durme, Ken Meersman, Lara Gasparotto, Larpie & Quintano, Leda Devoldere, Leen Hoogmartens, Lidia Sciarrotta, Lieven Van Vercruyssen, Liia Kosolovska, Linde Stevens, Lisa Gautama, Liz Verbruggen, Louise De Buck, Louise Degraeve, Louise Delanghe, Lynn Elshof, Maarten Van Mieghem, Manon Leneveu, Mathieu V. Staelens, Max Dreezen, Maxim Ryckaerts, Mayli Sterkendries, Michiel Debusseré, Mieke Galle, Migena Demaj, Natasha Pirard, Natasja Mabesoone, Nick Moons, Nina Vandeweghe, Oriane Verstraeten, Paule Josephe, Paulien Jans, Pauline Colleu, Phaedra Van Genabet, Rachel Daniëls, Ramy Moharam Fouad, Rein De Wilde, Renaat Nijs, Sam De Buysere, Sander Adriaens, Sander Mortier, Sara De Graeve, Sarah De Bruecker, Seppe Dyck, Seppe Vancraywinkel, Sharon Van Cleuvenberg, Shervin Sheikh Rezaei, Shirley Villavicencio Pizango, Sofie Devriendt, Stijn De Pourcq, Sven Goewie, Tessa Van Thielen, Thor Salden, Tine Vandamme, Tineke De Meyer, U.S.Girls, Ulana Perveeva, Valerie De Backer, Violet Braeckman, Virginie Corens, Yaqine Hamzaoui, Zeste Le Reste
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