Do you want to know more about Sacha's work?
Beeldagent represents Sacha as a photographer.
Julia Wolff represents Sacha for her work as a journalist and a presenter.
Tegenpool ORDER HERE
Retour New York-Amsterdam ORDER HERE.
Gjoa Haven ORDER HERE
The Living Other ORDER HERE
Achter het Kijkglas ORDER HERE
'Retour New York-Amsterdam' is a book about Dutch artists in New York and American artists in Amsterdam. More Information
October 28 till December 28 2012
"Nordic Poethics". Images of a disappearing world on the North Pole.
Friday Next, Overtoom 31, Amsterdam
March 17 - May 12 2012:
Pop up Exhibition in the White Heather Gallery
Naarderstraat 24 Laren, The Netherlands.
November 2011 - January 2012:
City Hall, Utrecht
May 21 - June 19, 2011:
Photo festival Naarden
Group exhibition 'Hoogst Persoonlijk'
Fort Wierickerschans, Bodegraven
May 11 - 15, 2011:
'BACK/The Other Side of the Moon'
April 23 - June 4, 2011:
'BACK/The Other Side of the Moon', B&W photographs/special portraits
Suzanne Biederberg Gallery, Amsterdam
August 7, 2011:
Keynote lecture Tegenpolen
about photography (especially in extreme weather conditions), North&South Pole, India, Africa and The Netherlands.
Location: Watersnoodmuseum Zeeland
July 2, 2011:
Opening exhibition Tegenpolen
June 19, 2011:
' by Sacha de Boer and Raymond Rutting.
Utrecht City Hall. 13:30 and 15:30. (in Dutch).
April 5, 2011:
celebration of Sacha's book 'Retour New York-Amsterdam'
January 30 - February 28, 2011:
Landgoed Zonnestraal, Hilversum
'Retour New York-Amsterdam' p
ortraits of Dutch and American artists and their work, Huize Frankendael, Amsterdam
'Behind the Looking Glass/Achter het Kijkglas'
photo exhibition in the institute of Sound and Vision, Hilversum
Galerie RudolfV, Kerkstraat Amsterdam info
Galerie Artisit, Amsterdam
ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER:
'I always look for that specific Mona Lisa smile'.
Sacha de Boer
is a journalist and photographer who prefers to work with the typical Dutch light. Appearing to be a natural light coming from a window on the lefthand side. It enhances the models natural beauty, although this specific light doesn’t hide the wrinkles that give a face its character. She wants her models to feel at ease in front of the camera, and always tries to ook for a specific look in the eyes of her models. The Mona Lisa look, as she calls it.
Although her portraits are either in color or black and white, her artwork is mainly B&W, characterized by the love of shadows and shapes.
Sacha de Boer made her first pictures when she was seven. At the age of eight she discovered some mysterious sheets on the attick that turned dark when exposed to light. With coins and flowers she made forms and shapes that stayed white and didn’t immediately turn dark. Years later she understood that those were actually
photograms that she had made.
Since 2005 De Boer has had a couple of exhibitions, either solo or group exhibitions. She is represented by Beeldagent: http://www.beeldagent.nl