Karel Fonteyne has built a remarkable and strong personal oeuvre : his photographs are extremely intricate, nothing is what it seems at first. It contains hardly any primary colours, it does contain shades of brown, grey, green, every time in a specific atmosphere… The intricacy, the use of colours, the subjects: you could call Fonteyne a painting photographer. This is...
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