Henk van Rensbergen (Brussels, 1968) is a Boeing 787 pilot and a photographer.
He enjoys exploring the empty buildings of our time. His pictures of Abandoned Places show the silent beauty and macabre decadence of these places, sometimes revealing their secrets. Many consider Van Rensbergen one of the founding fathers of the “urban exploration” movement.
In his latest book and project “No Man’s Land”, Van Rensbergen creates an imaginary anthropomorphic world where humanity has disappeared and only animals live in the world, undeniably manifesting human behavior.
His photographs and his original passion have been the subject of numerous publications around the world in newspapers, magazines and blogs. The Belgian publisher Lannoo has published a total of 6 books. His work has been presented in numerous exhibitions in Belgium, the Netherlands and France.
Henk van Rensbergen – No Man’s Land
from March 29 to April 30
38 University Street