Salon des Beaux Arts de Paris 2019
New work of the long-term project 'Inscapes' will be part of the Salon des Beaux Arts de Paris. Lo Kee, president of the photography section of the Société Nationale des Beaux Arts, nominated Astrid Verhoef for participation to the director of the salon: Isabelle Lawson. Four images will be part of the prestigeous salon among more than 150 international artists of all disciplines.
December 12-16, Carroussel du Louvre, Paris.
Astrid Verhoef wins Silver at Prix de la Photographie de Paris 2019
'Inscapes' was awarded Silver at the Prix de la Photographie de Paris 2019. Astrid's work will be part of the winners exhibition at Espace Beaurepaire in Paris, July 9-13, 2019.
The Paris Photography Prize was founded in 2007 and has since become one of the most prestigious photography awards in Europe.
Solo exhibition 'Inscapes' at Eduard Planting Gallery
As the new year begins, Eduard Planting Gallery presents the opening of Inscapes, work by Astrid Verhoef (b. 1973). The autonomous work has been made in Australia, the Netherlands, Spain, and the USA, offering a compelling perspective on identity, as projected onto natural landscapes. In surrealist black and white staged images, Verhoef leaves urban life behind, exploring new connections with the organic world.
January 12- March 2, 2019
Eduard Planting Gallery, Amsterdam
9th International Color Awards Honors Astrid Verhoef from The Netherlands
Los Angeles, March 28, 2016. Professional photographer Astrid Verhoef was presented with the 9th Annual International Color Awards Nominee title in the category of Fine Art.
Her image was selected among the best from the nearly 6.000 entries. This celebrated event honors the finest images with the highest achievements in color photography.
'Urbanite' at Australian Head On Photo Festival 2016
Following the succes at Photoville in New York, Dutch artist Astrid Verhoef will show the series 'Urbanite' at Australian leading photography festival Head On. Curated by Geoffrey Jaeger of GKJE consulting, the exhibition will show at the Canvas Art Bar in the CBD of Sydney, May 10-15, 2016.
Aesthetica Magazine publishes 'Urbanite'
Brittish leading magazine in photography is publishng the portfolio of Dutch fine art photographer Astrid Verhoef. The magazine shows the series Urbanite.
Aesthetica Magazine: "Questioning the boundaries between the real and the surreal, a profound interpretation of life emerges, it uses a new visual language in its reading of humankind’s place in the natural world."
Astrid Verhoef wins Silver at New York Photo Festival
With the series 'Urbanite' Astrid was runner-up at the NYPH Resolution 2014 exhibition. After receiving the award from ceo Daniel Power she was also interviewed by the New York Photo Festival. The interview was pulished in May, Astrid shares background information on the winning series and her carreer as a fine art and freelance photographer.
Return to Photoville New York with more Dutch Photography
With a new exhibition of Dutch Photography Astrid returns to Photoville. This time she teams up as a producer with curator Aloys Ginjaar for the exhibition 'Keep on Dreaming', which will also show at Amstel Gallery in Amsterdam, International Photo Festival Leiden, and Sirius Gallery in Tokyo.
New Dutch Photography Talent 2013
With a book and an exhibition NEW features the best emerging Dutch photographers annually. New is a platform, initiated by GUP magazine.
With its 420 pages it is the style Bible for art directors, curators, collectors, photography lovers, and fellow photographers. With a print run of 3.000 copies, New makes sure the best emerging photographers around will get the attention and platform they deserve. This year Astrid Verhoef is among those talents.
Dutch photography goes to Photoville New York
Together with selection of 24 Dutch photographers Astrid was invited to join the exhibition "The Wonder of Woman" at Photoville 2012. This will be the very first edition of the photography Festival held in Brooklyn Bridge Park in New York. Photoville was founded by Sam Barzilay & Laura Roumanos, and attracts more than 50.000 visitors. This exhibition is one of the few Dutch contributions to the festival and is curated by Aloys Ginjaar. The exhibition will be officially opened by Rob de Vos, Consul General of The Netherlands in New York.