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Francis Vanquickelberghe (°1991) is a photographer who is fascinated by urban environments. There is so much to see, hear and feel at the same time. Although a city can feel overwhelming by its continuous movement, for Francis Vanquickelberghe it is the perfect playground to shape and reorganize. 


As a visual protest the photographer reforms the urban landscape. With the camera as his pocket knife, Francis Vanquickelberghe cuts out the beauty and places it back in the foreground. By standing still and eliminating the functional objects, he shows a city where silence and beauty has returned. His work is a research of the human-city relationship and the impact on each other.

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