Filip Dujardin  

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Filip Dujardin (born July 14 1971) is a Belgian photographer. Dujardin studied art history at the Universiteit Gent and photography at the Koninklijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten in Ghent. He worked during two years for Carl de Keyzer and was associated with Frederik Vercruysse. Early 2008) he exhibited at the Bozar in Brussels, a first series of photos he made for Belgian photography magazine A+, a second series dedicated to "barakken", vernacular architecture and a third series dedicated to Borgesian fictions (photomontages) such as this fictional building.



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