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Self portrait Daantje Bons 2016
The work of Daantje shows femininity in it’s most honest and vulnerable form. Learned patterns, both physically and mentally, serve as her inspiration. By focusing the camera on herself, she examines her own femininity. Intuition has an important role in her work, guided by conflicting feelings she seeks answers in her photographs. Many of her subjects are perceived as inaccessible. Through humor and provocation she is able to circumvent this inaccessibility, which opens up the conversation. Feminism plays an important role in the work of Daantje, by photographing from the heart and not apologizing for it she enforces to be heard.
Daantje Bons is a fine art photographer working and living in Utrecht, The Netherlands. She began her photography career at the age of sixteen when she started studying and living in Antwerp, Belgium for a technical photography education. After graduating the Art Academy of Antwerp in 2008, she started a new study in photography in Breda, The Netherlands. In this Art academy she developed her personal photography style and process and graduated in 2013 successfully.
Her work is published internationally by a variety of media such as The Huffington Post , IGNANT, Volkskrant Magazine, NRC Handelsblad, VOGUE ITALIA (PhotoVogue), I-D Magazine, Kurier, FRAME Magazine.
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Another passion of Daantje is to collaborate with like-minded magazines, brands, journalists, companies and organizations.
Working together with different disciplines make a great way of creating unique views. Therefore Daantje will be very happy to get in touch with you or your company to inspire some more!
Daantje Bons is located in The Netherlands but is always available to travel
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