No more no less
Sizes 28 x 35,5 cm
Pages 248 | English edition
Publisher Vision Publishers
The Belgian photographer Bernaded Dexters ('58) shows the retrospective No More, No Less coupled with the launch of a book, about 35 years of analog music photography.
Music is one of the great passions of the photographer. For 35 years she attended countless music groups around the world, from the greatest of the earth to niche artists, with whom she shared special moments. Artists such as Prince, David Bowie, George Clinton, Patti Smith, Nirvana, Beck, PJ Harvey, Nick Cave, dEUS, Screamin 'Jay Hawkins, Wutang Clan, Wizards of Ooze, The Paladins ...
The book must be considered, rather than a catalogue with the 'who' and 'when', as a diary, full of emotions and memories ... with the ambition to share the moment with the artist.
Bernaded Dexters (1958) studied photography at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, where she also teaches since 2006. She is most known for making special documentaries, somtimes also with an analog super 8 camera. Bernaded Dexters works with several theater directors for who she makes cinematic poems and also began experimenting in 2015 with the 'wet collodion' photography process.
Between 1983 and 2016 her work was shown in numerous group exhibitions in Belgium and abroad. In collaboration with eyeLoco gallery she releases her first solo exhibition in October 2016.