An Debie is born in Belgium, she holds an M.A. in History of Art (Ghent University) and studied photography at ICP - the International Center of Photography in New York and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent. She recently moved back to Belgium after spending 2 years in New York City. She is currently based in Brussels.

 

Education

2016 General Studies - One Year Certificate Program, International Center of Photography, New York

2015 Fine Art Photography - 4 year Part-time Certificate Program, Academy of Fine Arts, Ghent

2001 M.A. History of Art, Ghent University, Ghent

 

Solo Exhibitions

2017 When Light Breaks, 10/12, Brussels

 

Group Exhibitions

2018 I Wish Your Where Here, Air Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

2017 Where Nature Ends, Brooklyn Art Cluster, Brooklyn, New York

2017 Light Sensitive 2017, Art Intersection, Gilbert, Arizona

2016 Bushwick Open Studios, 1 Grattan Street Artist Studios, Brooklyn, New York

2016 One Year Certificate Program Exhibition, International Center of Photography, New York

2015 An-Sich(t), Nucleo - Lindenlei, Ghent, Belgium

 

Performances

2014 Re-vision, the women I was, Actus III, Academy of Fine Arts, Brussels

2013 Untitled, Gallery 10/12, Brussels

2012 Untitled, Actus I, Les Brasseurs, Liege

2006 Liquid Time, Momentum Festival - Platform for Performance Art, Les Bains, Brussels

2005 Lotlom - Leaning On The Limits of Myself, La Raffinerie, Brussels

2004 An-nA, Readymade 4, De Beursschouwburg, Brussels

2004 An-nA, Zakouski, De Markten, Brussels

2003 An-nA, Danse en Vol, Theatre de L'L, Brussels

 

Curatorial Projects

2007 - 2011 Co-curator for Momentum - Platform for Performance-Art

 

Publications

2016 Actus IV - Platforme d'Art Performance, Editions Academie Royale de Beaux-Arts, Liege

2016 Shift vol. 11, International Center of Photography, New York

 

Online interviews and articles

2017 Le Vif/L'Express - FocusVif, Feature

2016 Musee Magazine, Interview for Woman Crush Wednesday

2016 Dotphotozine, Feature

2012 Culture - le Magazine Culturelle de l'Universite de Liege, Feature