Anouk Flesch
Photographer

Born in 1997, I am a Luxembourgish photographer based in both Luxembourg and Paris, with a special focus on portraits and sports photography. My daily inspirations to create photographic series are the arts and human movement.

Since I started my photography studies in 2017, I have been working as a freelance photographer for newspapers in Luxembourg. In 2020 I graduated from SPEOS Photographic Institute, Paris, in photo reportage.

Lately, I have been covering different types of sports events, such as Paris-Roubaix and the Cyclocross World Championships but also horserace’s in Paris Longchamp and in Luxembourg. Personal projects and series about people exercising their passion are as important in my body of work.

For example, during the lockdown in 2020, I worked on a portrait series of people practicing their sport outdoors to give their everyday life the structure that they lacked of during this time of uncertainty.

I also followed the behind-the-scenes preparations for the Paralympic Games of Timothée Adolphe, 400m world champion, blind since the age of 17. The high level French Paralympic athlete depends on a relationship of trust with his guides who accompany him throughout his training sessions and competitions.

In the future I aim to continue personal work about stories that attract me and working for the press, where I always look for personal images too.

Anouk Flesch
Photographer

Born in 1997, I am a Luxembourgish photographer based in both Luxembourg and Paris, with a special focus on portraits and sports photography. My daily inspirations to create photographic series are the arts and human movement.

Since I started my photography studies in 2017, I have been working as a freelance photographer for newspapers in Luxembourg. In 2020 I graduated from SPEOS Photographic Institute, Paris, in photo reportage.

Lately, I have been covering different types of sports events, such as Paris-Roubaix and the Cyclocross World Championships but also horserace’s in Paris Longchamp and in Luxembourg. Personal projects and series about people exercising their passion are as important in my body of work.

For example, during the lockdown in 2020, I worked on a portrait series of people practicing their sport outdoors to give their everyday life the structure that they lacked of during this time of uncertainty.

I also followed the behind-the-scenes preparations for the Paralympic Games of Timothée Adolphe, 400m world champion, blind since the age of 17. The high level French Paralympic athlete depends on a relationship of trust with his guides who accompany him throughout his training sessions and competitions.

In the future I aim to continue personal work about stories that attract me and working for the press, where I always look for personal images too.

  • Camilo Godoy: renacemos a cada instante
    Jan 1 – Feb 29, 2024
    New Museum
    New York, USA
    As the New Museum’s 2023–24 Artist-in-Residence, Camilo Godoy will create a performance exploring movement, breathing, and mourning practices. The title of his residency is borrowed from an embroidered work made by the queer Paraguayan artist Feliciano Centurión in 1995, the year before he died of AIDS-related complications. Godoy adjusts Centurión’s title Renazco a cada instante (I am reborn at every moment) to renacemos a cada instante (we are reborn at every moment) to emphasize collective celebrations of life and death. (more…)
  • Grey Crawford. Chroma, 1978–85, Vol 1
    Publication
    Beam Editions
    International
    In 1978 Grey Crawford created a body of colour photographic work that was so radical in its aesthetic and technique that few people to this day understand how it was made. Chroma documents late 70s Los Angeles in a period of radical urban transformation. Scenes of vernacular architecture, demolition sites and everyday places are contrasted with graphic forms that float on the surface and sit within the image. (more…)
  • Takashi Homma: Tokyo Olympia
    Publication
    Nieves
    International
    Takashi Homma is one of the most internationally recognised Japanese photographers active at the front lines of contemporary photography today. Homma’s photography, possessing a uniquely cool gaze that rejects any sentimentality and portrays its subject with a characteristic sense of distance and cool tonality, has received acclaim not only in the world of photography but also contemporary art. (more…)
  • Aslan Goisum: Prism
    Feb 10 – May 12, 2024
    Lunds Konsthall
    Lund, Sweden
    We now have the pleasure to present Prism, a solo exhibition by the Berlin-based artist Aslan Goisum. Born in Grozny, Chechnya, in 1991 and educated in Moscow, Ghent and Amsterdam, he is a distinct voice within the new generation of European artists who emerged in the 2010s. From time to time, Lunds konsthall dedicates its entire building – one of the first purpose-built municipal art galleries in Sweden, designed by the architect Klas Anshelm and inaugurated in 1957 – to an internationally active artist who has previously not been featured at such scale in our region. (more…)