Photo by Marci Bayona

Exhibition open from 14 Jan 2024 until 9 Feb 2024. Mon-Fri 10:00 to 15:00

Vernissage 14 Jan from 15:00 to 19 :00

Brussels Women’s Club Rue au Bois / Bosstraat 509 1150 Woluwe-Saint-Pierre / Sint-Pieters-Woluwe

Step into a world where less speaks volumes. VIEWFINDERS Photography Club of Brussels, presents an exhibition embracing the essence of minimal photography. Stripping away excess, 16 photographers unite to reveal the pure core of their craft.

In this collection, each frame becomes a deliberate choice, void of distractions. No clutter, no confusion - just the simple power of one notion, waiting for your contemplation.

“Minimal photography”, like painting and music from the shared artistic movement of the 1950s and 60s, seeks to show essential subjects, principles or processes by removing unnecessary distraction from the message to let that one primary motif shine through.


Even while the photographic frame is a very limited fragment of the world, we can limit it even further by deliberately choosing to show less. When it is less, when it is nothing more than that one subject or notion, then the message of the photograph can be crystal clear. No distractions, no confusions, no other elements that might distort the message – just one notion, presented there as a constant feature for us to contemplate and enjoy.


Sixteen photographers from the Viewfinders Photography Club of Brussels, collectively present their vision on minimal photography.


Adrian Cornwell, Alun Foster, Annette Boon, Erick Espinoza, Gianluca Pagnini, Gladdys Arias, Kaim Merali, Karina Robin, Marci Lorena Bayona, Nathan Wajsman, Paula Cagli, Pierre Lescanne, Richard Sylvester, Robert Gangl, Sabine Posdziech, Sylvina Calas