Who's afraid of the dark?



“Who’s afraid of the dark?” is a historical group exhibition about night photography from 1870 up to the present.

The exhibition covers night and night life in photography. The subjects are of a wide variety:

“Who’s afraid of the dark?” offers the visitor the possibility to discover extremely rare historical books and photography.

The historical masterpieces are certainly the heliogravures of the Moon by Puiseux and Loewy (edition, 1914), astronomical photos by Isaac Roberts, the Henry brothers, Pierre Janssen and an extended collection of stereoviews of the Moon.

The modern work is by Gustave Marissiaux (B), Robert Kayaert (B), Georges Ménager (F) and Serge de Soza (F).

These photos will be confronted with the icons of space exploration from the Nasa along with pictures from the Observatories of Lick, Mount Palomar and Mount Wilson.

On the occasion of the exhibition the new portfolio “White Lines” by the German photographer Thomas Karsten was introduced.

Other discoveries are be the photo collages by Paul Cava (USA) and the Carbon prints by Dominique Houyet (B).

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Night photography

Xavier Debeerst

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