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Contact
0621250804
info@evavanooijen.nl

About
Eva van Ooijen is a photographer who grew up in Zutphen, where she attended a Waldorf School. This is where the groundwork was laid for her aesthetic view on the world. In 2009 she got her photography degree from the Hogeschool voor de Kunsten in Utrecht.

In her work she plays with images and the stories they tell. By combining, collecting and bending images around she puts them in a new perspective. She looks at the modern world like an archaeologist examining reoccurring themes and trends. Bringing things to the surface that go unnoticed. 


Current:
Mentor Fotoacademie
Artist Residency in Motherhood (01-11-2016 t/m 31-12-2018)

Education:
2005-2009 Bachelor of Design in Photography

Exhibitions
2018 Oosterkerk Amsterdam - The New Life
2018 Josilda da Conceição Gallery - Fragmented Traveling
2017 This Art Fair - Fragmented Traveling (solo)
2017 De Torenkamer Expo - Horizontale Vluchtigheid
2017  Fotoacademie Amsterdam - Archief
2017  Josilda da Conceição Gallery - Nasty Women Amsterdam
2017 Artist in residency, Radio 4 Opium, De Torenkamer
2016 Rietveldtheater Delft - Brief Encounters
2015 Pakhuis de Zwijger, Amsterdam, 1000 Photo’s
2014 Foam cafe, Amsterdam - Photo Light Festival Amsterdam
2012 De Doelen, Rotterdam - Red
2011 Kunstfactor Lantaren Venster, Rotterdam - Check Me Out!
2011 Ruim Denken, Zutphen - Born this Way (solo)
2011 Women Dek22, Rotterdam - Born this Way
2010 ‘Ala Gitane’ CBK, Rotterdam - Self-portrait La Gitane
2009 Roodharigendag Breda - Red
2009 Graduation exhibition Hogeschool voor de kunsten Utrecht - Check me Out! 
2009 Graduation exhibition Hogeschool voor de kunsten Utrecht - Connective Tissue

Publications
02.2018 Self Publish Be Happy Select - Fragmented Traveling 
10.2016 Kiekie Tabloid - Instagram een logboek van gedachten.
03.2015 Motief - Interview  
09.2010 Trendbeheer - La Gitane
04.2010 Trendbeer - Check Me Out!


Other
2012 Master class Diana Blok
12.2009: Mr. Motley Winner Talent Award with the portrait of Erik from the ‘Connective Tissue’ series.