The Gevaert Paper Project, unlocking a historical collection
FOMU is making the historical Agfa-Gevaert collection available in the Gevaert Paper Project.
It was not always such a ‘common’ insight: that artists are workers among other workers from other sectors. Read the essay by Rune Peitersen
Alice Pallot & Ugo Woatzi on show in Camera Italy
.tiff photographers Alice Pallot (2022) and Ugo Woatzi (2021) are selected for the exhibition 'On The Verge: Seven Young European Photographers' in CAMERA Turin.
Life During Wartime Through Ukrainian Photography
FOMU and Trigger Magazine would like to invite you to follow Ukrainian photographers to get their view on the situation and what it’s like to work as a photographer in a war situation: personally and professionally.
Recaptioning Congo is one of the Best Art Books from 2022 according to The New York Times
Recaptioning Congo - the book that accompanies the exhibition of the same name at FOMU - has been hailed in The New York Times as one of the best art books of 2022.
The photo novel
The photo novel was one of the most popular mass media of the 1950s, comparable to the success of Netflix today. But what is it exactly? And how was it consumed?
FOMU supports emerging Belgian talent with .tiff
Every year FOMU selects ten promising phototographers, all living or working in Belgium. Discover the selected artists for .tiff 2022.
Video: Sandrine Colard about Recaptioning Congo
In this video, curator Sandrine Colard takes Marie-France Vodikulwakidi (VICE) on a tour in the Recaptioning Congo exhibition at FOMU.