Maarten Boswijk, Untitled
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Maarten Boswijk

Untitled, Heligoland, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, 2012
From the Where have all the songbirds gone? series
Website - MaartenBoswijk.nl

Maarten Boswijk (b.1988, Rotterdam, NL) received his BDs in Documentary Photography from the Utrecht School of the Arts in 2012. His work consists of long-term social documentary projects in which he explores deviating communities. In an attempt to put the western standards in perspective, he seeks places where people have a very distinct relationship with their environment. His projects are often self-published in the form of a book. He was recently selected for NEW Dutch Photography Talent 2013. Maarten currently resides in Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Posted on Monday, March 4, 2013.

 

 

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