Exhibition Amateur Photography 1880 -1920


Exhibition Agenda

Tributes, both named and anonymous, to historical photography and digital art

09-2020 - The Death Row of Posed Portrait: Amateur Photography 1880-1920

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A Small and Beautiful Atelier

A Former Industrial Building

TinyGallery Brussels is situated in the buildings formerly belonging to the Laiterie Belga, established at the beginning of the 20th century. In addition to hosting exhibitions, it is a place for those interested in amateur historical and alternative photography to be creative. Functioning as a gallery and atelier, it is available for amateur and professional photographers to exhibit their work or attend innovative workshops in different disciplines.

The Team

Olivier Guyaux & Marie Hélène Sion: 

Olivier holds a master’s degree from the IHECS Brussels School of Communication and Journalism and has previously worked for 10 years as an international digital transition consultant. He has always specialised in alternative photographic processes and gives lectures on the history of industrial photography.  

Marie-Hélène is an interior designer and started her career with the renovation of the Brussels Palace Hotel Métropole.

In 2002, they created "Atelier de l’Imagier" specialising in digital transition for museums. L'Atelier has worked to build visual digital archives for numerous museums such as Musée de la Photographie in Charleroi, Brussels Fine-Arts Museums, Prado Madrid, University of Liège, BAM Mons (Fine-Arts Museum), La Cambre School of Design, the Francis Bacon Foundation, London,  the Niki de Saint Phalle Foundation, Geneva, and the King Baudouin Foundation, Brussels Region or Ministry of Culture.

With the help of Eric Masquelier, Anabelle Schattens,  Laure Winants and Megan Thomasson

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