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Selected works by Eva Vermandel
Alexander Zaxarov
Apr 16, 2020

Eva Vermandel’s practice explores how we perceive the world, drawing strongly on Edmund Husserl’s concept of epoché: the suspension of normality.

Born in 1974, Eva Vermandel defies pop culture’s definition of beauty. Adamantly opposed to descriptive photography in which people simply take pictures of their surroundings without reaching for further depth, Vermandel tries to capture people and objects in the their most intimate states.

“The subjects I photograph, whether they’re objects or people, are trespassing into something you’re not meant to go into anymore”
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Alexander Zaxarov
April 16, 2020

Eva Vermandel’s practice explores how we perceive the world, drawing strongly on Edmund Husserl’s concept of epoché: the suspension of normality.

Born in 1974, Eva Vermandel defies pop culture’s definition of beauty. Adamantly opposed to descriptive photography in which people simply take pictures of their surroundings without reaching for further depth, Vermandel tries to capture people and objects in the their most intimate states.

“The subjects I photograph, whether they’re objects or people, are trespassing into something you’re not meant to go into anymore”
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