The photography of Arjan Spannenburg (Texel, 1978) is centered around the search for identity and self-expression. In powerful compositions, mostly in black-and-white, Spannenburg portrays boys on the threshold of adulthood.
We see adolescents at an uncertain time in their lives, searching for their own individuality. This results in fragile, loving portraits of boys lost in their own thoughts. At the same time, the boys portrayed seem to have a strong need to communicate with the outside world, in search of support, understanding, and love.
"I have no nothing against gays, as long as I don't see them"
New in the gallery
Print of 48 x 68 cm (incl. 4 cm white border all around) or 130 x 90 cm (incl 5 cm white border all around) on baryte paper, mounted on dibond, provided with a black wooden frame with high quality museum glass and u-profiles around the back.