Picto Benelux Photographic group

Picto Benelux is a photographic group with artists from Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxemburg working in alternative photographic processes. From: Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxemburg. Shows: Daguerrotype, Carbon prints, Bromoils, Cyanotypes, Gum bichromates, Heliogravures, Orotypes, Pinholes, Vandykes, Platinum print, Solargraphy, Sury prints, Vandykes. PICTO Benelux brings together photographers from Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxemburg and neighboring …

Alessandro Jazeolla

Alessandro Jazeolla is an architect born in Rome, Italy, in 1960, where he also lives and works. From: Rome, Italy Shows: Gum Bichromate, Pinhole on b&w film He started with a SLR (Exakta RTL 1000) and his darkroom in the early 70s. He began using photography in his work in the 80s, as he often …

Peter Wiklund

Peter Wiklund is a Swedish pinhole artist and the co-author of From Pinhole to Print, take a look at his work. From: Stockholm, Sweden. Shows: Cyanotypes, Photopolymer gravures, Pinholes, Polaroid SX-70s, Solargraphs. Peter started with photography in the mid 80’s, and have ever since experimented with a lot of techniques and cameras. Nowadays, he mainly …

Jan Kapoor

Jan Kapoor is a pinhole artist who also work in several other alternative processes, like cyanotype and platinum and palladium. From: Atlanta, GA, USA Shows: Pinholes in combination with cyanotype, vandyke browns and platinum and palladiums Jan Kapoor has been involved in fine art photography for many years, her primary interests being landscape, natural abstraction …

Stephan Krines

Stephan Krines – a German self-taught photographer – has been working with photography since 1988. He shows his work here. From: Germany. Shows: Cyanotypes, Toned cyanotypes, Gum bichromates and Pinholes. Stephan Krines’ interest in photography began when he got his own camera, a Praktica MTL at the age of 18. He came to Cyanotypes in …

Walter Crump

Walter Crump lives in Boston, MA. He teaches printmaking & photography at Commonwealth School. From: Boston, MA, USA. Shows: Pinhole photographs. After all his camera equipment was stolen in 1985, Walter made his first pinhole cameras. Walter is attracted to alternative ways in which pinhole cameras see the world. His largest body of work consists …