“History of art is a history of great things neglected and ignored and mediocre things being admired. At different times things are different. The history of photography is a history of changes.” –Saul Leiter (more…)
Feline De Coninck (1991) is a Belgian self-taught photographer and Social Worker.
On a personal level, she relishes the balance between her job as a social worker and her passion for analogue photography.
Inspired by the small things in life, Feline possesses a fascinating style that makes us engage with her subjects and reflect about their inner lives.
With her uncomplicated but expressive takes, Feline conveys a relaxed atmosphere, which is intriguing as well as mysterious.
Recently, she started to focus more on the process of developing and printing her own work in the darkroom.
Her work has been featured in several magazines, printed as well as online: Analog Magazine, Phases Magazine, The Ones We Love, Intimate Structures, De Standaard Magazine (Belgian daily newspaper), and several others.
She has been part of several group exhibitions in Belgium (Ghent, Leuven, Tournai…) and had her first solo exhibition in Bruges in 2017.