Veronique Van Hoorick is a Belgium photographer. Her personal projects are most influenced by her travels throughout Asia and other parts of the world. She discovered a calmness and simplicity in the wilderness of every day life. She works in photography to visualize her journey, feelings, dreams and her relationship with the nature and the world.

She spends many weeks out of the the year travelling to some of the most remote corners in the world and capture moments, to be inspired and share with others.

More recently, Veronique’s work has evolved into photojournalism and documentary arts. Her work has been exhibited in several galleries and arts centres in Europe and Asia. Currently based in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Photographer for Sidina ngo in Mauritius island. Apprendre par la photographie'.

For more info: vvanhoorick@gmail.com




Exhibitions


Solo exhibition, 'Green Air' @Belcham atelier in the bay, San Francisco 20 th April 2017 'throughout the summer (https://www.belcham.org)

Solo exhibition, Hearing Voices ', UNG gallery, Chiang Mai, Month of photography f/28, 1 - 29 February 2016 (http://www.f-28.org/exhibitions/)

Urban nature, BW on film exhibition Film around, UNG gallery for f28 fotofestival in Chiang Mai, 1 -29 February 2016.

Urban nature , BW on film ' single image', UNG gallery, Chiang Mai. Exhibition in collaboration with Night of Gallieries in Chiang Mai 29 - 30 January 2016

Drawing a timeline, tree kings monument, Chiang Mai, collaboration with DAA, 'Through The eyes of Foundry' 1 - 8 february 2015 (http://cdaf.asia/project/foundry/)

Solo exhibition, Water canals, UNG gallery, Chiang Mai, collaboration with Month of photography f/28, 1 - 28 february 2015 (http://www.f-28.org)

Watercanals, Culture Center. Belgium, may 2014 till may 2015

Beyond Simplicity, Story from Obscura Festival In Penang, Malaysia, double exposures. June 2013

Through the eyes of Foundry, Documentary Arts Asia Gallery, Chiang Mai, August 2012 (http://www.doc-arts.asia/chiang-mai-through-the-eyes-of-foundry/)

Able , Surviving the floods, Sangdee Gallery, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 17 December - 14 January 2012, (http://surfacearts.co.uk/able-surviving-the-flood/)

Solo exhibition, Op weg naar het Pure, Portrait from hill tribes and their environment, CCL Lokeren, Belgium, 21 May - 7 June 2011,

Photography & Art installation, Nine Lives, Chiang Mai, Thailand, June 2009

Solo exhibition, The soul of Asia,Cultural center, Lokeren, Belgium, 6 - 23 March 2008


Books, Self printed

Growing up in a hill tribe village

Watercanals

Able


Using Format