catalogue nova noir

The limited 'glow-in-the-dark' edition of Nova Noir is out now! There are only 300 editions available and they are running out fast. Order yours now, by just sending me an email. The price ist 35 Euro.

black hole diptich 3a (c) Eveline Kooijman

Black Hole diptich 3a, 2011. A Black Hole is a region of space in which gravitation is so strong that no particle or signal, not even light, can
escape the pull of gravity.

Sasi in July (c) Eveline Kooijman

Sasi in July, 2014. Long term portraitstudy project of young women in the city of Regensburg.

Next shows // exhibitions

Ein Flüstern aus Laub und Sternen
Augenklinik Regensburg
28.02.2016 – 03.06.2016
Vernissage: So, 28.02.2016, 11 Uhr

Nicht entflammbar
Alte Feuerwache Loschwitz, Dresden
21.03.2016 - 17.04.2016

Batllefield of Deining (c) Eveline Kooijman

Battlefield, Battle of Deining, 22th of August 1796, War of the First Coalition (1792–1797). Part of the photoseries »At the Battlefield«, a long term project in which I photograph former battlegrounds of well known historic battles in the Bavarian region.

Nova Noir I, 2014. »Nova Noir« means ‘black star’ and is inspired by the monumental, biblical phrase of Genesis 3:19: “ for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return” also known of the English burial service: “earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust”. The photos show soil of former Bavarian battlefields.

Latest news // Press

Ein neuer Stern am Himmel
"Eveline Kooijman präsentiert im Straubinger Schlachthof Unschärferelationen und andere physisch-metaphysische Sensationen."
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Postcard design
My postcard design has been selected by FORMAT International Photography Festival at the Ideas Tap online-community.

Culture Award for Photography
This October I  received the Culture Award for Photography of the Bavarian Oberpfalz region.

Moni, C6  (c) Eveline Kooijman

Moni from the fotoseries »C6«, which stands for the chemical element Carbon. The series draws a connection between the carbonatoms in our body and the origin of the element formed within the core of stars.

Deep Green I (c) Eveline Kooijman

Deep Green I, 2011, from the series »Deep green and the turning of the earth«. The series documents the turning movement of the earth trough multiple exposure with a pinhole camera.