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Bénédicte van der Maar - the humananistic photographer

Van der Maar, Bénédicte, The waterbearer and a man working on tire, 2007, new french figurative photography, nouvelle photographie figurative,nouvelle photographie contemporaine francaise B. Van der Maar, The waterbearer with man working on tire, photography, Acrylic on Alu-Dibond, 59,05 x 27,55 inches, 2007, Vol. 3 + 2.E.A.
Van der Maar, Bénédicte, 2011, The end of the day, new french figurative photography, nouvelle photographie figurative francaise, nouvelle photographie contemporaine francaise B. Van der Maar, The end of the day, photography, Acrylic on Alu-Dibond, 39,37 x 78,74 inches, 2011, Vol. 5 + 2. E.A.
Van der Maar, Bénédicte, Hiiden, 2007, new french figurative photography, nouvelle figurative photographie francaise, nouvelle photographie  contemporaine, Francaise B. Van der Maar, Hidden, photography, Acrylic on Alu-Dibond, 27,55 x 39,37 inches, 2007, Vol. 5 + 2 E.A.
Van der Maar, Slaves, 2011, new freench figurative photography, nouvelle photographie figurative francaise, nouvelle photographie contemporaine, francaise B. Van der Maar, slaves, photography, Acrylic on Alu-Dibond, 47,24 x 47,24 inches, 2011, Vol. 5 + 2.E.A.
Van der Maar, The Dreamer, 2011, new French figurative photography, nouvelle figurative photographie francaise, nouvelle photographie contemporaine, francaise B.Van der Maar, The dreamer, photography, Acrylic on Alu-Dibond, 39,37 x 27,55 inches, 2011, Vol. 5 + 2 E.A.

 

 

 

Bénédicte van der Maar  is a French photographer. She lives and works in Paris, France. In her photography she occupies herself  with the human beeing in the different regions of the world. The indvidual person has priority. She shows the infringements people causes to other respectively the vulnerability of the individual. The Humans try to protect their dignity against misery which happens to them.

 

The medium photography creates in her work an own new esthetic, to capture the human in its entirety without ignoring misery and suffered unjustness. With her works Bénédicte van der Maar is a strong position in the new contemporary figurative and social french photography.

 

The term of the objective photography will not define the character of her artwork optimal: Her artistic intention is the sensibilization of the recipient for social developments. She does not want to impeach, but she wants to make realize the need of ethical questions. With her works she overtakes an outstanding place in the new french contemporary photography. Her works cannot be compared with the photography of Diane Arbus, who portrayed the poverty and the minor characters of the society with all hardness. I subsume her works with the idea of new humanistic photography of the 21st. century.
 

In France the works of Bénédicte Van der Maar are part of numerous private collections. Her works had been succesfully auctioned in internationally well known auction houses like Rossini and Cornette-sur Syr, Paris.

 


About Henri Cartier-Bresson is transmitted the following quotation, which is absolutely valid also for the works of  Bénédicte van der Maar:" A photo is a good photo if you look longer than a second to it."

 

In Germany her works can be seen the first time on this pages. A grand opening of an exhibition with her works started November 5th., 2013 at The Fonderie de l'art contemporain, Paris. (pls. see detailed informations on Events.) More information about Bénédicte van der Maar you find on the free encyclopedia. please click here.

 

Please see here also the newest video about her work on YouTube, Title: La Femme - Quelle place occuppe la femme dans vorte ouevres.

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