Photography



Robert Baum studied Social Communications before turning later to photography by following courses at the School of Photography in Brussels. Besides a desire to work on portraits and human testimony, he seeks to explore the urban landscapes that are available to him during the travels near and far. He attempts to highlight the way in which man marks, characterizes and differentiates his living space.

Nationality: Luxembourger & Belgian

Favorite photographers: Todd Hido, Stephen Shore, Risaku Suzuki, Ansel Adams, Eliott Erwitt, Robert Frank, Lee Friedlander, Raymond Depardon, Tom Stoddart, Rinko Kawauchi, Nicholas Nixon, Lars Tunbjörk, Tierney Gearon, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Martin Parr, Saul Leiter.

Blog: www.europa-blog.eu

Events

2014

“Art Truc Troc” – Contemporary Art Event (Brussels)

2013

“40 oeuvres pour le temps futur” – Espace Culturel Jacques Franck (Brussels)

“Urban – Le paysage fragmenté” – Espace d’art contemporain Eugène Beaudoin” (Paris)

2012

“Art Truc Troc” – Contemporary Art Event (Brussels)

2011

“Circulations” – Festival for the young European photography (Paris)

“Art Truc Troc” – Contemporary Art Event” (Brussels)

Published in POSI+TIVE MAGAZINE (Italy)

“9photographers” – Collective exhibition (Brussels)

2010

“One Shot” – Collective exhibition (Brussels)