Photography Info Harry Dukker

 

Photoseries from 1968 onwards, expositions from 1985, photobooks since 2010, PhotoMovies from 2012.

Haarlem, Netherlands,1950

1968 – today: Urban/street photography ‘to catch the times’: graffiti, people, architecture, posters, text, railway lines, tv-images,

bridges, metrostations, etc.

1995 – today: Big Sky photos: wide land- and sea-scapes with often low horizons and big cloudy skies – ‘looking for space’. In recent

years also desolate, barren lanscapes (‘Beyond Time’).

1985 – today: Political and Social/Cultural Photomontages

2000 – today: Living on Borrowed Times series which has my family history and the Shoah as background.

2005 – 2006: The Second Year, Photography training UCK, Utrecht

2009: ‘Histories and Theories of Photography’, lecture series Master in Photography Studies, Universiteit Leiden.

Member of De Ploegh, Dutch Fine Arts Society.

 

Expositions & series:

Straatfoto’s (Streetphotos): Desmet Theatre, Amsterdam (1985), LOKV, Utrecht (1985)

Godfathers: De Balie, Amsterdam (1986); Talkingheads: Public Library, Utrecht (1989)

South India: Public Library Lunetten, Utrecht (1988)

The Bea-foto’s: UCK (Utrecht Centre for the Arts), Utrecht (1998)

Slow: Public Library, Utrecht (2005)

Dood Gras (litt. Dead Grass): Photo Festival Naarden Off (2007); Art  Ameland (2007)

Onrust in de Polder? (Unrest in the Polder?) photomontages: UCK Utrecht (2008)

WinterZee (WinterSea): Art Ameland (2007); Art Centre De Kolk, Spaarndam (2008), Open Sudios Utrecht (2009)

The Writing on the Wall(2009) & Israel Palestine Street Talk (2010): Curated in Utrecht (2010)

Bunker, War is Over (2011), Art Library Utrecht (2011); YouTube

Living on Borrowed Time series (ongoing):

      The Harry photos  (2000 – 2010),

      The Berlijn photos (2008),

      The Writing on the Wall (2009),

Art Ameland (2011), Open Studios Utrecht (2012), Podium Oost, Utrecht (2017)

36 Views on Mount Fuji (2013),Home exposition (2014), Japan Market Sieboldhuis Japan Museum, Leiden (2014),

Gallery Kai, Osaka, Japan (2015)

Gallery of Cultural Path Hyakka-Kyakusō, Nagoya (2015)

The Former Nagasaki International Club, Dejima, Nagasaki (2016)

VOC Warehouse Hirado (2016);

Misumi Warehouse, Misoumi West-Port (2016);

Tonami Tulip Gallery, Tonami (2017)

1943, Disappeared from the Stadhouderslaan (2015) a Living on Borrowed Time series, Podium Oost, Utrecht; Atelierroute Utrecht (2016)

Lust for Life (2015)

Orionweg (2016) a Living on Borrowed Time series: part of exposition Hidingplace, 033FotoStad / Galery De Ploegh, Amersfoort (2016)

41° à 54° Sur – 73° à 67° Oeste (2016): Open Studios Utrecht (2016); Galery Zofier-Zusje, Workum (2016), Huntenkunst, Ulft

(2017), Nieuwe Utrechtse Kunstmarkt (2017)

Voorbij de Tijd (Beyond Time) (2016): Open Studios Utrecht (2016); part of exposition ‘Leeg’ (Empty), Galery De Ploegh,

Amersfoort (2016)

Beyond Time: Aotearoa (2016)

36 Views on Mount Fuji, second series (2017), Grafiekmanifestatie De Ploegh, Amersfoort (2017)

Der Tod ist ein Meister aus Deutschland (2018), a Living on Borrowed Time series

Corona Dark (2020)

Taking part in expostions of Gallery De Ploegh, Amersfoort (2015 – today)

 

Photo Books:

Japanese Snapshots (2010)

Tokyo Scenes (2012)

China on the Move (2010)

Israel Palestine Street Talk (2010)

Living on Borrowed Time: The Harry photos, The Berlin Photos,The Writing on the Wall (2011)

Iceland (2011)

NYC Snaps (2013)

36 Views on Mount Fuji (2013), Japanse version (2015)

 

PhotoMovies:

Mount Fuji PhotoMovies (2012)

On the Yamanote Line (2008)

On the Toei Oedoe Line (2008)

Life is an Ocean 1 and 2 (2017)

Osaka Loop Line (2016)

Wide Space, Big Time (2017)

Wide Space, Bigv time (The Mouse) (2017)