For this exhibition at Box Galerie in Ixelles, Belgium, corresponding to the publication of her new monograph, Dutch photographer Carla van de Puttelaar remains true to herself and the unique universe in which she has built her work for what will soon be two decades. Always inspired by old paintings, she has newly enriched her palette this time by paying tribute to Rembrandt, at the invitation of the Rembrandt House Museum in Amsterdam. As it was once the case for Vermeer, Cranach, and some others, photography avoids the trap of direct tribute, of sterile reinterpretation, and, rather, offers something “in...
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