They defy life, deviate codes and rules, put their guts in their lens and their hearts are laid bare to the wide angle. They do not show what they saw, but how they felt. They look for the magic moment, instinctive, incisive. This is what you expect to see in Eyes Wild Open, an exhibition at the Botanique Museum, in Brussels; and it is what you find. Like Anders Petersen says: “There is no big difference between living and taking pictures. […] That’s my approach. You are at the heart of life, living, making love, eating, sleeping – and photography...
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