Kris Dewitte - Dita - Glass - Rare hand signed photo work
Rare hand signed photo work
Title: Dita - Glass
From the series "Don't pin me up"
limited edition of 6
30,5 cm x 45 cm
Crystal Archive Paper Supreme HD
hand signed by the artist
Kris Dewitte has built himself a solid reputation within the international film scene.
Dewitte's work could already be admired at expositions all over the world.
Since he has been officially selected for the 50th anniversary exhibition at the Cannes Film festival with a photo of Steve Buscemi holding his handcamera on the rooftop of the Carlton Hotel, he have had over 40 solo exhibitions all over and published 12 books under his name, mainly with cinema as a subject.
He shot the photography for the album FOLLOWING SEA by dEUS and worked with Angelo Badalamenti and Cliff Martinez for the cover of an album.
He also worked as a photographer for the fashion designer Dries Van Noten.
At the 2002 Photo Festival Knokke-Heist he was a guest of honour photographer. 2004 was the year of the LUX exhibition at the Ghent Caermersklooster. In 2005 he was selected at Breda Photo in the Netherlands.
He won the prize as best cinema photographer in 2006 in Rome.
He has been doing portraits of people in film and worked on over a 100 film productions as a stills photographer including with directors such as Tran Anh hung, Abel Ferrara, Raoul Peck and Jaco Van Dormael.
KISSING PROJECT was shown in Osaka, Japan November 2009. All icons, artists and interesting faces kissing on black/white film, including Dita Von Teese, Betony Vernon and more. MOOOV Film Festival selected the photo of the Indian producer and filmmaker Anurag Kashyap kissing Kalki Koechlin as poster image 2013.
In 2009 was the first big retrospective at the SUNTORY MUSEUM in Japan.
OPEN ASIA was showing at Kunst Forum Würth. Opened on March 14, 2012 and ran until December 23, 2012. Over 12.000 ticket paying visitors came to see the exhibition.
SHOOTING TIME (2012) was presented at EYE, the film museum, in Amsterdam, Netherlands. He photographed directors of photography such as Roger Deakins, Ed Lachman, Vittorio Storaro. The book was edited by the Netherlands Society of Cinematographers including interviews with these and other cinematographers.
Recent he had two gallery exhibitions including a new book publication called NIGHTMOOD.
In 2019 he was part of the exhibition in Germany called Lust Auf Mehr / Is Photography reality? including work of David Lynch, Gerhard Richter and Christo.