Matthieu Litt - Visual Artist
My two books are now part of the Belgian Platform for photobooks, a project by Stefan Vanthuyne.
SOMFY Photography Award 2020 in collaboration with the Netherlands Fotomuseum Rotterdam.
I'm glad to be a nominee for the 2020 Somfy Photography award, alongside great artists.
The project currently developed under the theme 'Gimme Shelter', will be exhibited in Rotterdam in late 2020
With: Roderik Henderson (NL), Géraldine Jeanjean (NL), Stephan Keppel (NL), Antoinette Nausikaã (NL), Martine Stig (NL), Dustin Thierry (NL), Maarten Tromp (NL), and Jordi Ruiz Cirera (UK/Mex).
Tidal Horizon at Centre Culturel Jacques Franck
Opening 10 jan - 6PM, exhibition running until 29 March.
The partnership initiated by the Summer of Photography 2018 between the Jacques Franck Cultural Center and the Charleroi Museum of Photography today results in a carte blanche of the Museum within the Cultural Center.
For this second collaboration, the Museum chose a Belgian photographer whom the institution has been following for several years already: Matthieu Litt, and his work Tidal Horizon.
Alithéa Ripoll's electronic pieces will also offer an original echo to the series.
June 2019 - Artist residency in Greenland, aboard 'Le Manguier' to develop a new body of work.
Group show for 'Prix Jeunes Artistes du Parlement Wallon' at Wiels Art Center project space - Brussels with Camille Dufour, Anne-Sophie Guillet, Stephanie Roland.
Opening 17.10.17 at 6PM
Show running from 18.10 to 03.11
Two images from 'Through the Walls' are published in issue 8 of American Chordata, a magazine with bright voices in fiction, essay, poetry, art, and photography
I'm part of Astana Art Show in Astana, Kazakhstan, with images from the series 'Horsehead Nebula' curated by Dina Baitassova at TSE Gallery.
The Fall of the HF6 series is visible at the MMIL exhibition 'Paysages en Mouvement' until 28.02.2020
My two books are part of the show PhotoBook Belge at
FotoMuseum Antwerp until the 06.10.2019.
Photobooks have been one of the most effective means of expression for photographers since photography began.They remain in circulation, are portable and can be reissued, thus reaching a larger public than an exhibition ever could. To date, hardly any research has been conducted into Belgian photobooks. Photobook Belge aims to fill this gap by providing an overview of the evolution of the Belgian photobook from the mid-19th century to today. This exhibition and publication are finally giving the Belgian Photobook – a concept in itself – the recognition it deserves. The publication Photobook Belge is published by FOMU in partnership with Hannibal.
Curator: Tamara Berghmans
I just completed the ISSP Masterclass Programme with Clare Strand and Gordon Mc Donald: Answering Questions & Questioning Answers.
The ISSP International Masterclass is a year-long international mentorship programme for emerging photographers. The programme is practice-based and runs in two classes mentored by experienced tutors - the best of the best of our 13-year long ISSP experience. During the year, 24 selected participants (12 in each class) develop their long-term projects with the guidance and critique of the mentors and support of the international group of peers. The participants meet in three physical workshop sessions in Lithuania, Sicily and Latvia, with regular online feedback in between.
PRIX DE LA COMISSION DES ARTS DE WALLONIE
12.09 > 12.10
I'm selected to take part in this group show including 9 other belgian artists,
opening on the 12 September at 7:30 PM, exhibition running from the 13 September until the 12 October at the Namur Cultural centre.
EN PISTE !, La Boverie Museum - 06.09 > 09.09
I have some pieces included in 'En Piste!' a show gathering all the art centers and galeries from Liège and around at La Boverie Museum, with 'Le prix de la création de Liège' and 'Société Libre d'Emulation de Liège'. The show is running from the 7th September to the 9th of September and the opening is on the 6th at 6PM.