Brussels, b.1993

Charlotte Abramow

Charlotte Abramow is a Belgian photographer and filmmaker whose work combines seriousness and absurdity. She began taking pictures of her friends at the age of 7, and became passionate about image-making at the age of 13. By 16, she was an intern at the Recontres D’arles, where she met Paolo Reversi, who later wrote an article about her images for Polka Magazine in 2011: “The Fragility and the Soul of a Warrior.”

In 2013, she moved to Paris to study at Gobellins, L’Ecole de l’Image, where she graduated in 2015. In 2017, she began directing videos such as “The Law of Murphy,” “I Want Your Eyes” and “Les Passantes.” The same day of “Les Passantes” release, International Women’s Rights Day, it was censored under 18 on YouTube for “offensive content.”...

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Biography

Charlotte Abramow is a Belgian photographer and filmmaker whose work combines seriousness and absurdity. She began taking pictures of her friends at the age of 7, and became passionate about image-making at the age of 13. By 16, she was an intern at the Recontres D’arles, where she met Paolo Reversi, who later wrote an article about her images for Polka Magazine in 2011: “The Fragility and the Soul of a Warrior.”

In 2013, she moved to Paris to study at Gobellins, L’Ecole de l’Image, where she graduated in 2015. In 2017, she began directing videos such as “The Law of Murphy,” “I Want Your Eyes” and “Les Passantes.” The same day of “Les Passantes” release, International Women’s Rights Day, it was censored under 18 on YouTube for “offensive content.” This was reversed after it was met with protested by users, and the piece later won the “Women’s Rights Prize” awarded by the State Secretariat for Gender Equality.

Artworks

3

This Is Not Consent, 2018

Related Categories

21st Century Art / Art of the 2010s / Belgian Art / Belgium / Contemporary Belgian Art / Contemporary European Art / European Art / Face/Body (Human Figures) / Female Identity / Gender Issues / Image Production/Reproduction/Transformation / Inequality/Injustice / Inkjet Print / Photography / Pigment Inkjet Print / Portrait Photography / Women Artists / Women's Rights / Young / Emerging Artists

Curriculum Vitae

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • 2019

    The Female Lens, Richard Taittinger Gallery, New York, NY

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Curriculum Vitae

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Selected Group Exhibitions

  • 2019

    The Female Lens, Richard Taittinger Gallery, New York, NY