5 Great dutch photographers

The Best Dutch Photographers published in Dodho Magazine. The great stories by Lilith, Carla Van De Puttelaar, Wouter le Duc, Dagmar Van Weeghel and Vivian Keulards.

The Best Dutch Photographers published in Dodho Magazine. The great stories by Lilith, Carla Van De Puttelaar, Wouter le Duc, Dagmar Van Weeghel and Vivian Keulards. 

Lilith in da House – Self-portraits in strangers’ houses

Lilith / Dutch Photographers
Lilith / Dutch Photographers

Mankind is vulnerability incarnate. One can easily wound this creature, severely if one wishes. This is frightening. What lies around the next corner? Today’s online revolution makes this question even more loaded. A whole new world is at the disposal of people with an evil mind. At the same time kind-heartedness is being given wings like never before. For me as an artist vulnerability represents the ultimate goodness. My art, every single self-portrait, is a reconnoitring expedition to discover maximum delicacy carried by a human being. Every image is a step forward. Through my photography I rediscover faith in humanity. More……


 

The most important skill of the photographer is to know how to see. Yes, one sees through one’s eyes but the same world seen through different eyes is no longer the same world; it’s the world seen through that individual’s eye. With just one click, the lens captures the exterior world at the same time it captures the photographer’s inner world.

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The Constellations of Winter by Wouter le Duc

Wouter le Duc / Dutch Photographers
Wouter le Duc / Dutch Photographers

Wouter le Duc (1989, The Netherlands) is a Dutch photographer who lives and works in The Netherlands. He is on a quest to tell stories of fiction and non-fiction about eccentric people and the environments they live in. The Constellations of Winter is a body of work produced by Dutch photographer Wouter le Duc. In the fall of 2013 he spent four months in western Canada exploring themes on the desire to retreat from society, isolation and the struggle to understand the structures in this society. The inspiration for this series derives from his own retreat to a cabin and the obsessive behaviour of a relative to understand societal structures. More….

For Sarah- the African princess by Dagmar Van Weeghel

Dagmar Van Weeghel / Dutch Photographers
Dagmar Van Weeghel / Dutch Photographers

There are other inspiring African ‘ Sarah’ like figures -who will make it out in the world through adoption and other avenues. Girls who needed to redefine themselves. Who found love, a peace of mind and succes. But there are many intelligent ‘Sarahs’ still waiting in an African orphanage for that one chance in life. Dagmar studied Film & Photography in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. She graduated from the Filmschool in 1998 and worked as a TV & Film producer/director since. After some years she moved to Africa and spent 14 years of storytelling through film there. Photography was always there, but not her main tool. After experiencing Africa, working with African children, filming and running a successful NGO she wanted to tell her stories through photography as well. More….

80439, Bloody Mary and Sloppy Joe by Vivian Keulards

Vivian Keulards / Dutch Photographers
Vivian Keulards / Dutch Photographers

Vivian Keulards is a portrait photographer, born and raised in the Netherlands. In 2009 she succesfully graduated at the Photo Academy in Amsterdam. Her fascination for images and photography started at the KUN University (Nijmegen, Netherlands) where she gained a Master Degree in Communication Science in 1995. Vivian Keulards is a portrait photographer, born and raised in the Netherlands and currently living in Evergreen (Colorado), where she works on several projects. In 2009 she succesfully graduated at the Photo Academy in Amsterdam. More….

Carla van de Puttelaar : The sensitivity and the sensuality of skin

Carla van de Puttelaar / Dutch Photographers
Carla van de Puttelaar / Dutch Photographers

Carla van de Puttelaar (1967, Zaandam) lives and works in Amsterdam. In 1996, she graduated from the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. In the same year, she was awarded the Esther Kroon Prize, and in 2002, she won the Prix de Rome Basic Prize. Her work has gained worldwide recognition, and she has exhibited in numerous museums and galleries around the world, such as New York, Amsterdam, Paris, Tokyo, Toulouse, Berlin, Barcelona and Rome. She is represented by: Box Galerie, Brussels, Danziger Gallery, New York, Galerie Esther Woerdehoff, Paris, Kahmann Gallery, Amsterdam and Photo-Eye Gallery in Santa Fé. More…..

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AImagine: the new Era of making Art ?

AImagine: the new Era of making Art ?

We are experiencing a turning point; indeed, I would say a revolution in the artistic disciplines, especially those relating to visual art; it is the beginning of a new Era in which the current paradigms will no longer be valid, in which reality will be questioned or modified through alternative realities.
Terra Mater – Ode to My Family  by Marco Castelli

Terra Mater – Ode to My Family by Marco Castelli

Words are not inherently suitable to embrace any even blurred concept of time, and beside all speech being made nowadays around the sense of family, its true nature belongs to the undetectable trace we leave through centuries, and to our relationship with time itself.
The magical hidden world by Georgi Georgiev

The magical hidden world by Georgi Georgiev

The magical hidden world project was selected and published in our print edition 23. These photos are one of my personal best from the past few years. Most of them are from one place where I spend every spare moment to take photos.

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Sleepless by Rebecca Sexton Larson

Sleepless by Rebecca Sexton Larson

Growing up I always had an affinity with the night. It was when I did my most productive work, alone in my bedroom free from noise and distractions. I would find comfort in the subdued light and quiet stillness, losing a sense of time and being absorbed in the moment of creating art.
Pride and prejudice by Renata Dutrée

Pride and prejudice by Renata Dutrée

Pride and prejudice project was selected and published in our print edition 23. This ongoing series of studio portraits of young men is intended to challenge the viewer with social constructs that are centered around masculinity and femininity. Gender bias, gender roles and stereotypes can affect everyone negatively.
Gender identity; Lexi by Timothi Jane Graham

Gender identity; Lexi by Timothi Jane Graham

I first met Lexi at the beginning of her medical gender affirmation journey in December 2020. At 58 years old, she had identified and lived as a woman for decades behind closed doors. She was born and raised in Ecuador where the LGBTQ community faces intense discrimination which often ends in violence.

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In the bath by Zuzu Valla

In the bath by Zuzu Valla

The series ''In the Bath'' came into my mind one day when l was walking home from town, feeling weary of life and the weather.
Points of the compass by Suvobroto Ray Chaudhuri

Points of the compass by Suvobroto Ray Chaudhuri

Examining life by over-thinking all the various life paths in front of you will always present a scary picture. In this journey over the last few years of your life, you might have been trying to figure out which path to go on.
Hyung S. Kim – Haenyeo: Women of the Sea

Hyung S. Kim – Haenyeo: Women of the Sea

The photographer, Hyung S. Kim who was inspired by the historical and geographical uniqueness of “Haenyeo” known as a female diver for living
Tokyo by Manol Valtchanov

Tokyo by Manol Valtchanov

Tokyo had always been a special place to me from my first visit. Since then, each of my travels there has meant a sort of break dedicated to an emotional research and sometimes even more to an inspirational flat-out.
I Never told Anyone by Bénédicte Vanderreydt

I Never told Anyone by Bénédicte Vanderreydt

These seven images represent the women in Bénédicte Vanderreydt’s family that have been oppressed and objectified by a male dominated society, at a time when personal honour was of great significance to men.
Michele Palazzo ; Street Photography

Michele Palazzo ; Street Photography

Michele Palazzo. Italian by blood, Architect by training, and Photographer by heart. Visual storyteller, weaving narratives through people’s movements and emotions. He lives and operate in New York.
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Homemade by Adele Schelling

Homemade by Adele Schelling

The initial drive for Homemade is the stubborn desire the artist has felt to grow roots in the U.S.A, having moved to NYC from Switzerland a little over a year ago. There are a variety of ways to ground oneself into a different culture
The Tribal Heartland of India by Tania Chatterjee

The Tribal Heartland of India by Tania Chatterjee

Bastar is the tribal heartland and treasure trove of ancient Indian culture. Today Bastar, is a part of the State of Chhattisgarh, India. It is a land of undiscovered surprises, with mysterious forests, breath-taking waterfalls
David : As cold as clay by Jim Mortram

David : As cold as clay by Jim Mortram

Meeting regularly, David and I, in early 2013 began working upon the first instalment of an ongoing series of stories about his life with blindness. The challenging new day to day routines, learning routes into town with his stick or following behind his mother, Eugene.
Unequally; Urban Women by William Guilmain

Unequally; Urban Women by William Guilmain

The urban space is unequally shared between genders. Patriarchal cultural codes make the street as a place dominated by men. If it is well accepted that men can stay in the street, women only cross it.
My Wonderland by KireevArt

My Wonderland by KireevArt

Photography certifies experience and at the same time narrows - limiting him to searches of photogenic, turning experience into the image, into a souvenir.
Ordinary days is beautiful  by Takako Fukaya

Ordinary days is beautiful by Takako Fukaya

Takako Fukaya has three daughters. They are so special to her. Also she thinks “Children” like them is a hope and a future in this world.

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Marrakech, the challenge Ignacio Santana

Marrakech, the challenge Ignacio Santana

Marrakech, the challenge Marrakech, the magical red city of Morocco, is undoubtedly the most complicated place to take portraits I have ever known. But, instead of giving up, I decided to take it as an exciting photographic challenge.
Collection of portraits; Created Equal by Mark Laita

Collection of portraits; Created Equal by Mark Laita

In America, the chasm between rich and poor is growing, the clash between conservatives and liberals is strengthening, and even good and evil seem more polarized than ever before.
Fashion and creative photography of Leighanne Deeney

Fashion and creative photography of Leighanne Deeney

My name is Leighanne Deeney, and I am a 19 year old aspiring creative and fashion photographer out of Northern Colorado. I have been passionate about photography for the past 3 1/2 years
Tribal traits and traditions by Trevor Cole

Tribal traits and traditions by Trevor Cole

The Omo valley of Ethiopia is home to approximately forty tribes, living in climatic, social and political margins. I aspire to capture these people as they are, in a state of transition as outside influences increasingly make an impact on their indigenous culture.
Imprints by Charlotta Hauksdottir

Imprints by Charlotta Hauksdottir

The physical space of landscapes can be closely tied to a person’s identity, sense of being, and infused with personal history.
100% m² by Kata Sedlak

100% m² by Kata Sedlak

Fascinated by the inner power of personal relationships within the family, Kata Sedlak documentary captures various moments of her children Stella, Oliver and Alan, getting familiarized with the world, oneself and close relatives.
Skype Interview with David Godichaud

Skype Interview with David Godichaud

David Godichaud was born in Fontainebleau (France) in 1973. He started a carreer of photographer ten years ago, after graduating in Science Research first and from the photojournalism program of the International Center of Photography in New York next.
Mister X by Dmitriy Ryabov

Mister X by Dmitriy Ryabov

Mister X" project is a story of a mysterious character, a composite character of many unrecognized talents, living in free play to one's imagination. The project’s idea appeared in the summer of 2018 and was developed in a series of photos about the different life character situations. The series will be continued in the autumn of 2019.
Travel photography; The People of Cuba by Jessica Rocco

Travel photography; The People of Cuba by Jessica Rocco

These images aim to capture the vibrant spirit of the Cuban people. While many of them face numerous hardships on a daily basis, including finding food to put on their tables, they are a kind, generous and resilient people.

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