Artist: Henk Braam
Niger, Zinder, 2005
Hahnemühle German etching matt fine art, print size 24x36cm, with handwritten title and signed in the margin.print size 24x36cm, with handwritten title and signed in the margin.
Henk Braam (1960, Broken Hill, Zambia) completed his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts Arnhem in 1984. Subsequently he worked as a photographer for Amnesty International until 1991. In 1992, he joined the renowned photo agency Hollandse Hoogte, and became a member of GKf in 1995. He made long journeys, often for Médecins Sans Frontières to countries such as India, Niger, Rwanda, Sri Lanka and China. And for culinary magazines to Rome, Barcelona, Luxembourg, Lausanne, Naples, Munich and Greece. Has been affiliated with Minerva Academy in Groningen and ArtEZ in Arnhem for workshops and lectures.
Exhibitions: Museum Valkhof Nijmegen, group exhibition 2004; Center for Visual Arts Nijmegen (CBKN) solo exhibitions 2004, 2005 & 2008; Gallery Stills, group exhibition, 2005; The Oude Raadshuis Aalsmeer solo exhibition, 2006; Noorderlicht Photofestival, group exhibition, 2006; LUX Nijmegen solo exhibitions 2009 & 2010; VillaLUX Art Dinner solo exhibition, 2012; Stevenskerk Nijmegen “Braam & Brys, street photography 2015 (together with Karina Brys); Museum het Petershuis, Gennep ‘Now and Never’, 2017.