Over the past two decades, Frieke Janssens (Belgian, b. 1980) has built a solid reputation in staged photography. Her work is characterized by precise staging, as well as an impeccable command of technique and a perfect finish. Janssens’ visual language is both surprising and playful and reveals a great sense of humour. Above all, her work often shows tension and an unspoken tragic undercurrent.
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