Gioia de Bruijn  (1986)  

As a somewhat controversial photographer, Gioia de Bruijn makes intimate but aesthetic reports, leaving out the voyeurism. Seeing her raw images of naked friends or even her family snapshots, is like being amongst friends, experiencing the silence of nature or smelling the rot of a carcass.

De Bruijn’s work reminds us of the snapshot aesthetic of Nan Goldin but also of the modernist photographer Berenice Abbot and her energetically framed black and white compositions of New York skyscrapers in the 1930s.

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