List of photobooks by De Blauwer, Katrien

Katrien De Blauwer is a Belgian artist creating mostly collage works from images she cuts out and assembles, usually in a book or notebook form. She calls herself a « photographer without a camera ».

© Portrait taken from the artist's website

Katrien De Blauwer is a Belgian artist creating mostly collage works from images she cuts out and assembles, usually in a book or notebook form. She calls herself a « photographer without a camera ».


© Portrait taken from the artist's website

Katrien de Blauwer has published, among others, I do not want to disappear silently into the night (Avarie, 2014), Stills (IIKKI Books, 2016) and When I Was a Boy (Libraryman, 2018).

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  • Presentation by Libraryman: "Page after page they undress. Their legs laying down gracefully on a bed, resting for eternity—so it seems. Others are standing up, can you feel the warmth coming out of their skin? It seems they are dancing together from scene to scene. Inviting you to join them. Their naked bodies find refuge between the paint strokes, next...

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  • Presentation of the Seasons Series by Libraryman :  "Seasons Series is a quarterly book series in which a unified curated category of artists cumulate under one and the same provision, however with changing perceptions from each artist’s particulate frame of reference. Each edition distinguishes itself through the selection of alternating artists and its...

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  • .Sold out. Publisher's presentation: "Through KDB's <collages> and their <short circuit> effect in our ways of seeing, the book intends to explore and deepen the concept of <void> and its <visibility>, proposing a work that's situated at the border of different artistic disciplines, from <photography> to <cinema> to...

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