This work by Dutch photographer Jeroen Robert Kramer will be exhibited in the charity exhibition CHANGE at Flatland starting 21 of January 2021. Earnings of the sale are fully donated to the For the Art Foundation in Beirut (and the art therapy center Nafas, Beirut).
The work came into existence in Beirut in 2015 where Kramer lived at the time.
Au loin, rires de filles.
« M. Khiar. »
« Oui. »
« Je vois un paysage japonais dans les fissures du mur. »
Déclic d’un appareil photo.
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« M. Khiar ? »
A former documentary photographer in the Middle East for international media such as Vanity Fair and The New Yorker, Jeroen Robert Kramer (1967, Amsterdam) began to take only seemingly insignificant objects or scenes images of daily life: “intimate carriers of meaning”. These might tell in the end paradoxically an even greater truth than his deadly war images. The pictures may show jumbled scenes or broken objects, such as this crack in a white wall, bringing across a truth of human existence and love.
Kramer is winner of the Dutch Doc Award and the New York Photo Book Festival Award. In 2015 his poetic photographs of Beirut were exhibited in the solo show Une Femme at Huis Marseille, Amsterdam.
Kramer is represented by FLATLAND, Amsterdam.
Jeroen Robert Kramer, “mr. Khiar?”, 2015, 90 x 71,3 mm, Piëzografie (pigment print) on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth 315grs, wooden frame, no glass.