Louise Honée

After finishing her study of History of Art at the University of Amsterdam, Louise Honée, born in 1974 in Nijmegen (Netherlands), discovered her passion for photography. She decided to continue her studies at the Photo Academy of Amsterdam and specialized in documentary photography. Since then, Honée has been working as a portrait and documentary photographer. The central subject of her photography is the indestructible hope of young people, capturing their fragile hope in all kinds of circumstances. Always in search of the poetry in a story, Honée brings the images she creates together and makes them part of a visual novella, in which the young persons she meets have a role in their own context. In her work she tries to define how different identities are also expressed by and in the landscape and environment where people live and where children grow up. Recipient of the HSBC Prize 2020 for the series We Love Where We Live, it constitutes one of her major project, exhibited in several festivals and galleries.


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