Photographers use vintage cameras of celebrated colleagues to make new work
I photographed with the Linhof Kardan Color 9×12 camera that my father, Marcel van der Vlugt Senior, used in the ’50s and early ’60s and with the last stock of 4×5″ Polaroid material I made a collage of new still lifes. Museum Hilversum from October 22 – December 11, 2016
Four double portraits of a dj, singer, snowboarder and model with their moms / managers
Out in the streets and on the stage: posters for a new theater play with actors Georgina Verbaan and Jeroen Spitzenberger
New series for the exquisite black leather label featuring the designer herself together with her favourite muse
From 1979 till 1981 I circled the globe more than once and got fascinated by all the blue splendour of empty pool areas. Originally shot on 35mm Kodachrome transparancies I managed to use the first and only Xerox 6500 Color Copier machine in Holland at the time for making these prints. After more than 35 years the colour has not faded at all and the prints are in mint condition!. They were exhibited for the first and only time at Pennings Gallery, Eindhoven in 1981.
‘I am not here, I am at the beach’ . Observations on my frequent visits to the seaside, closer to home or on various field trips. The camera is vintage, the film is new and the image is round. The best thing is they are unique!