Yours, Mine, Done - Solo show at Galerie Central - Rue en Bois 6 4000 Liège - 17.09.16 - 15.10.16 - Part of BIP2016.
NowBelgiumNow - Collective show at LLS 387 - Lange Leemstraat 387 2018 Antwerpen - 03.09.2016 - 16.10.2016.
Exhibition at Hasselt Culture Center CCHA, February - April 2016.
"No pecs no sex". Ten pages inside The Word Magazine.
"Looking through the cracks". Cover and eight pages inside The Word Magazine.
David Widart (°1982, Verviers, Belgique) is a photographer known for his piercing oeuvre presenting, for the most part, portraits and urban landscapes. His work has been shown in Belgium and abroad with, amongst others, exhibitions at Brussels’ Bozar, Antwerp’s FoMu and Rotterdam’s Nederlands Fotomuseum. His book, La roue voilée, was awarded the prestigious prize Prix Fernand Baudin in Brussels as well as the bronze medal for the Best Book Design From All Over The World in Leipzig. In addition to his photographic work, the artist gives a particular attention to the experimentation of printing processes as well as to methods of showing his work, resulting in unique exhibitions strongly influenced by their context.
By David Widart
Translation : Chris Bourne
A strange, sometimes violent world. Sweet ramblings. Once it gets moving, a wobbly wheel placed on an axle traces a continuous line and throws off splashes. The inevitable shuddering from left to right provokes a joyful sensation, like a frenetic dance. It symbolises the unequalled beauty of imperfection. A sort of equilibrium amid confusion.
A flood of images which passes, sometimes head-on and sometimes as allusions. It can be read most easily in the faces, but also in the confused signs we pick up from the cityscape, in the shifting of anecdotes, even in the writing of light and shadow. This series of photos is the central sample of an ever-changing flood.