Diane Hendrikx has a knack for subtly inserting light and colour in her lifestyle images for magazines and interior books. Her imagery is layered, mysterious and refined, emphasising the imperfect. Tony Le Duc’s photographic work elevates the advertising game of conspicuity and seduction into a search for the essence of taste and texture. By in turn also playing with light and colour, he has created a distinctive visual language in culinary photography over the past decades.
The photographer duo exhibits collaboratively. One derives creativity from existing beauty, the other likes nothing better than editing reality. Expressionism and baroque. Hand in hand. Tony Le Duc also shows an overview of his photographic work – a mix of well-known and never-before-published images. And Hendrikx further presents a new photo series that makes an abstraction of reality by taking its subject matter instinctively out of context. Only its beauty remains.