Rineke Dijkstra (born 2 June 1959) is a Dutch photographer. She lives and works in Amsterdam. Dijkstra has been awarded an Honorary Fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society, the 1999 Citibank Private Bank Photography Prize (now Deutsche Börse Photography Prize) and the 2017 Hasselblad Award.
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In 2008 Dutch artist Rineke Dijkstra was invited by Tate Liverpool to work together in the creation of new work ...
An excerpt from: Rineke Dijkstra The Weeping Woman, Tate Liverpool 2009 © Courtesy Galerie Max Hetzler © Tate
Paul Farley on the centre of the creative universe
Rineke Dijkstra's portrait series are some of the most celebrated art photographs of recent years.
This week's work is Pablo Picasso's Weeping Woman, painted in 1937.
'For want of a new territory to conquer, the fictional energies of art have penetrated into the factual and material basis of photography': Street & Studio: An Urban History of Photography
To coincide with Tate Modern’s survey exhibition that explores the parallel worlds of photographs taken in the urban environment and ...
What is the place of documentary photography in art? This is the central question raised by Tate's first major ...