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Krista van der Niet, juryleder

Krista van der Niet (1978, NL) works in the genre of staged surrealistic photography, she focuses on still-lives but yet portraits people in a way that one can ask 'is this still a portrait?'. Her work is on the boundary of photography and sculpture. Krista diverts objects from their usual functions, she shifts them from reality and resorts to offbeat scenographies with layered symbolism and a sense of humour. In her daily practice she combines commissioned work and autonomous work. Among her clients are Volkskrant Magazine, VPRO-Gids, het Parool, Arte Magazine, Toneelgroep Oostpool and KesselsKramer. Her work has been part of groupshows in The Netherlands and Europe, f.i Unseen Amsterdam, FOAM (NL), Bijbels Museum (NL), Cobra Museum (NL), Museum Hundertwasser (Au), and is held in national and international public and private collections. Krista is an art-teacher at the Royal Academy of Art in the Hague (NL)

Øvrig jury

Ivo van der Bent, fotograf

Ivo van der Bent (1983) graduated from the Foto Academy in Amsterdam in 2006. He mainly works in the editorial and commercial field of photography, where he combines the wishes of his clients with his own outspoken views on photography. “I do my own thing, in the end that’s what they want: my photo”. It is not Ivo’s intention to make beautiful or pleasant pictures, his love for peculiar situations and his direct approach leads to eyebrow-frowning images full of details and with strong compositions. In 2015 he published the book ‘Koffie?’ which consists of 138 portraits taken from 2009-2015, of people who are drinking coffee, from celebrities to unknown people. A cup of coffee is the typical start of an acquaintance and photoshoot for Ivo. Ivo works regularly for de Volkskrant, Volkskrant Magazine, het Parool, de Vara-gids.
Eddo Hartmann, fotograf

Eddo Hartmann (1973, the Hague) lives and works in Amsterdam. He graduated with distinctions from the Department of Photography at the Royal Academy of Art The Hague (KABK). Hartmann claims that his approach is grounded in the 19th century photographic tradition. He takes careful consideration for gaining detail wherever possible. His cityscapes, interiors and portraits show this intensive effort. The skill, patience and unrelenting point of view make Hartmann’s photographs intimate and epic at the same time, unveiling discreetly striking aspects of people and their cultures. Apart from his personal oeuvre, he is also active as a freelance photographer for advertising agencies, design studios and editorials in the Netherlands and abroad. His projects were exhibited in various galleries and museums including The Lumiere Brothers in Moscow, The Museum Dr Guislain in Ghent, The Seoul Museum of Art and The CAFAM museum in Beijing .His work can be found in private and public collections. Hartmann received numerous nominations and awards from The Dutch photographers Association (DuPho) and the Association of photographers in London (AOP). He was longlisted for the Swiss ‘Prix Prictet’ in 2012 and the ‘Dutchdoc Award’ in 2013 for his book ‘Here Lives My Home’
Heike Gülker, fotograf

My name is Heike Gülker (1971 in Nordhorn, Germany) Graduated bachelor in '99 as graphic designer at art academie Aki, Enschede. I am living with husband and 2 little girls in Amsterdam,the Netherlands. Right now working as picture editor Volkskrant Magazine. Volkskrant magazine is the weekly supplement of the Volkskrant (third largest newspaper of the Netherlands). Before this I worked as a artdirector at Volkskrant magazine and Blvd. magazine, I started my career at Studio Anthon Beeke as a graphic designer.
Koen Hauser, fotograf

Koen Hauser is a contemporary artist working with photography and film. He finished his masters of science in social psychology (1996, Leiden University), later followed by studying photography at the Royal Academy of Art and the Gerrit Rietveld Academy (2002). Working both as a photographer and an artist, Hauser is known for his intangible body of work flowing between fine arts, fashion and applied photography, ranging from purely aesthetical to highly conceptual. He frequently collaborates with different cultural institutes, museums and archives like gemeentemuseum Den Haag, the National Archive and the Rijksmuseum. Both in commissioned and autonomous projects he uses or references objects from their collections. In working with the Spaarnestad photo archive, that houses over 16 million press images, he created his acclaimed book de Luister van het Land , which was nominated Best verzorgde boek 2009. As an art teacher he worked at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy and the Willem de Kooning Academy. In 2019 he will start teaching at The Royal Academy of Art (KABK), The Hague. He received several grants from the Fonds BKVB, and was awarded the title ‘photographer of the Netherlands’ in 2014. His work is held in both national and international public and private collections, including gemeentemuseum (Den Haag) and the museum of fine arts (Houston). His work has been shown across Europe, the United States and China in various solo and group exhibitions including FOAM (Amsterdam), Unseen Photofair (Amsterdam), Institut Néerlandais (Paris) and the He Xiang Ning Art Museum (Shigzen, China).

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