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In 2009 Fieke van Dieren graduated from the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague in graphic design. She combines (studio) photography with graphic techniques, such as charcoal, collage and illustration. By composing images manually as well as digitally, new and often alienating scenes are called into existence. At… Read More

In 2009 Fieke van Dieren graduated from the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague in graphic design. She combines (studio) photography with graphic techniques, such as charcoal, collage and illustration. By composing images manually as well as digitally, new and often alienating scenes are called into existence. At first glance the images have a mysterious character and invite the viewer to participate in the discovery emotion it holds. Each detail can contribute to an element of content. The images arise intuitively, originating in her personal moods. To Fieke the shifting of human emotion and moods are fascinating and almost intangible. Her art is a way of untangling and processing these beautiful and sometimes frightening elements of our emotional existence. Each component contributes to the visualization of basic emotions like frustration, confusion, freedom, ambition and intimacy, which emerge in a new and concentrated form. She was part of ArtStart Amsterdam and the Affordable Art Fair. Her work has been shown in Rotterdam, Leiden, Amsterdam, The Hague and Utrecht. This September is her international debut in New York in the exhibition ‘Face the Dutch’ on Photoville.

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