Iris Duvekot 'Black Cloud'


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"My name is Iris Duvekot (33). I am an Amsterdam-based portrait and lifestyle photographer. I capture intimate, real and storytelling portraits of people and their surroundings. My international clientele varies from Sonos to Stedelijk Museum to making books with MENDO. Having had a bad memory for as long as I remember (pun intended), I started capturing memories of my daily life and travels at a young age. These images are part of my visual diary.”

Proud project: The photobook The Workshop is a result of a collaboration with writer Renée Leeuw published in April 2017 by MENDO. Documenting 25 Dutch creatives and their workspace. Ongoing personal projects are ‘Siblings’ & ‘Handmade’. Currently working on a series with Stedelijk Museum on artists and designers from their collection. The series is called ‘In conversation with..’ and reflects on the artist, artwork and their studio. "



Black Cloud, Stedelijk Museum, The Netherlands (2020)

 From the quarantine diary series week 11

"This photo is a part of my ongoing Quarantine Diary Series, that I started during the first week of the lockdown in March 2020. Entirely shot on 35 mm with a point-and-shoot Olympus Mju, the series is a visual record of all the places and faces I have encountered during these strange times. 
This is a photo I took of Carlos Amorales installation ‘Black Cloud’, in a completely empty Stedelijk Museum in May 2020. To find yourself inside of his installation is an overpowering experience and it also provides a sense of freedom. It makes you dream. That is something I look for in my own work as well. "


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