Max Pinckers

Max Pinckers (1988) grew up in Asia and then moved to his native country of Belgium where he attained an MFA in photography with greatest honours at the School of Arts (KASK), in Ghent. Pinckers’s work is largely oriented around long-term subjective documentary projects presented as photobooks and installations such as The Fourth Wall and Will They Sing Like Raindrops or Leave Me Thirsty. With its carefully constructed interplay of reality and artifice, his work channels this hazy nature of photography, and uses it to its advantage.


Lieko Shiga’s RASEN KAIGAN | album, selected by Max Pinckers