Broeke ten, Rutger - Fourty Years (Limited edition with a signed and numbered print 65/100)

€ 150,00

Rutger ten Broeke (1944) is internationally known for his classic black and white photography. Central to his work is the fascination for the (female) body and the earth and the connection between the two.
A unique overview of his oeuvre, with 192 photographs, comes into its own in this beautiful book with more than 200 pages worthy. The book contains columns and introductions by Martin Bril (de Volkskrant, April 2006), Sacha de Boer, Blanka Wasowicz, April Ranier and Renson van Tilborg.


Rutger ten Broeke - Forty Years (Limited edition with a signed and numbered print )



Title: Forty Years

Photographer: Rutger ten Broeke

Text: Sacha de Boer / Martin Bril / April Rapier / Renson van Tilborg / Blanka Wasowicz

Design: Roy Kahmann / Dirk Smit

Translation: Florrie Beasley

Print: Vandenberg drukwerken

Publisher: Self Published

ISBN: 9789078964537 Dutch

9789491196683 English

Year: 2009 (2014)

Binding: Hardcover with illustrated dust jacket, in 10 different 

Pages: 200 pp. with 192 photographs

Size: 22,8 x 28,2 cm

Language: English 

Limited edition of 1000 copies. Ten different covers, each in an edition of 100, and including a silver gelatin print of the cover photo (17,5 x 24 cm).

About the artist:

Rutger ten Broeke, (b. 1944, the Netherlands) started his photography career as a fashion photographer after leaving the Rietveld Academie. He founded the photo gallery F.32 in 1982, where he presented many well-known and less known photographers to the public. He contributed greatly by realising a photography department at AKI, the Dutch Academy for Fine Arts and Design. In 1984 he organised the first Dutch photography festival, the Enschede Photo Biennial. Later his own work was exhibited all over the world, including the Musée de L’Art Moderne in Paris and the Chicago Art Institute. For many years, Ten Broeke worked as a reporter for photo magazines as ‘Foto’ and American ‘US Camera’. Leading museums have acquired his work for their collections. Nowadays Rutger Ten Broeke is working on his 10,000 portraits project and teaches at the AKI in Enschede.