BY DIRK KIKSTRA
Driven by the adrenaline of commotion, knowing the possibility of facing fear.
Available in two sizes:
40 x 60 cm | limited edition of: 5
70 x 105 cm | limited edition of: 5
More information below.
Epson enhanced matte photopaper.PRINT
Archival pigment print
FRAMING / MOUNTING
The photoprint is mounted on a 2mm dibond or aluminium panel, then spaciously positioned in a black wooden shadowbox frame with museum glass. The photo comes with a hangingsystem on the back.
The photo is delivered with a certificate of authenticity, numbered and personally signed by the photographer.
For Fashion Gone Rogue
By DIRK KIKSTRA
Fashion series themed “The protest of Venus” shot for Fashion Gone Rogue. Top model Nienke fights authority in these black and white images by Kikstra. The photos pit the brunette beauty against two policemen. Styling by Inge de Lange.
“I remember as a child we went on a trip with my kinder garden class to the police station where they had a demonstration with police dogs; I have a fear for dogs ever since. It’s for this reason, that I challenged myself to work with dogs for this shoot.” – Dirk Kikstra
Dirk Kikstra is born in the Netherlands, raised in the States. He is educated in California and started his career as the assistant of world famous portrait and fashion photographer Richard Avedon. Dirk has been working as an energetic fashion documentary photographer in the US and Amsterdam for a wide range of international fashion magazines and brands. In addition, you might have seen him as Holland’s Next Top Model’s photographer and judge. Besides fashion photography, Dirk has a true fascination for cars.
Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, LINDA., Elegance, JFK, Cosmopolitan, JAN, Red, Grazia.