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Justine combines the 'old' and the 'new' to create images that have a sense of nostalgia whilst the content and subjects are often firmly fixed in present day sensibilities. Taking inspiration from Dutch master painters for their use of light and color, this is juxtaposed with remarkable, contemporary faces and figures seen in modern clothing designs. Les mer
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Justine combines the 'old' and the 'new' to create images that have a sense of nostalgia whilst the content and subjects are often firmly fixed in present day sensibilities. Taking inspiration from Dutch master painters for their use of light and color, this is juxtaposed with remarkable, contemporary faces and figures seen in modern clothing designs. This aesthetic combination means that Justine's reputation and work is growing quickly. Owing to this photographer's growing success, her work has been recently been taken on board by the Kahmann Gallery, and they plan to showcase her work in numerous fairs and art installations worldwide over the upcoming years

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Justine Tjallinks is an Amsterdam-based, Dutch artist. Justine Tjallinks is an Amsterdam-based, Dutch artist. She started her career as a magazine Designer and Art-Director and worked for leading fashion titles In the Netherlands. After several years of working with photography she wanted to create imagery as she envisioned and took the leap towards a new artistic career in 2014. Published in the British Journal of Photography, Foam magazine, ELLE France, VOGUE Italia and the New York Times Style Magazine (to name a few), Justine has also won awards including: New Dutch Photography Talent 2014, Lensculture Portrait Awards 1st place 2016.