Sébastien Van Malleghem
Freelance photographer born in Belgium in 1986. He studied photography in Brussels from 2006 to 2009.
His long-term projects focus on the idea of Justice in contemporary Europe.
For four years he followed the daily job of police officers and their interaction with the public. He is currently documenting Belgian prisons.
In 2008 Sébastien did a one month internship with photographer Tomas VH (VII) in Cuba. He worked as his personal assistant in 2010 and has been selected for the Eddie Adams Workshop in the USA.
Sébastien went in Libya in 2012 to work on the ruins of the power after the death of Kaddafi. Covered the daily life of the people living in the streets of Berlin during 5 month in 2013.
He is still documenting the Belgian prisons since 2011.
His work has been published online TIME lightbox, The New York Time Lens Blog etc. and in newspapers and magazines Le Soir (be), Le Monde (fr) Le Vif l’express (be), La Croix (fr), Le Temps(ch), De Standaard (be), Polka Magazine (fr), Photographe (fr), De Morgen (be) etc.
Exhibited in Greece, Canada, Belgium, France, Holland, Georgia, Norway, Argentina, Germany.
His first monograph book “POLICE” was published in January 2013 by Yellow Now Edition.
2015 - Lucas Dolega, 2015 - Nikon Bozar monography Serie award
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