Foto Knokke-Heist: Unknown Masterpieces & Maroesjka Lavigne

Cultuurcentrum Scharpoord
Maxim Willemspad 1
8300 Knokke-Heist
23.03.2024 > 12.05.2024 - 10:00 > 18:00
€ 8,00
€ 8 volwassenen >26 jaar€ 6 18-26 jaar, EDC-houders en groepen +10 personen€ 6 Omruilvoordeel uitpas: 15 punten = 2 euro korting.Gratis voor <18 jaar en begeleider EDC-houders

Duo exhibition with Unknown Masterpieces & Marushka Lavigne.

Closed on Mondays (except Easter holidays).

In spring, 'Unknown Masterpieces' with Maroesjka Lavigne plus 10 photographers to be discovered shines at Cultuurcentrum Scharpoord in Knokke-Heist. The photo expo is open daily from Tuesday to Sunday (including Mondays during the Easter holidays).


Maroesjka Lavigne (°1989, Belgium) obtained her Masters in Photography from Ghent University in Belgium in the summer of 2012. Her work has been shown internationally at the Foam Talent exhibition in Amsterdam, The Robert Mann Gallery in New York, Galerie Hug in Paris and Museum Saint Guislain in Ghent, Belgium, among others. In 2012, she self-published the book 'ísland' which sold out. Her latest project 'Lost Lands' was recently exhibited at the Robert Mann Gallery in New York. Her latest monograph 'Someone, Somewhere, Sometime' includes her 4 previous projects and is published by Radius Books and Robert Mann Gallery.

She was selected for the Talent Call of Fotomuseum Amsterdam (FOAM) Netherlands 2012 and was the winner of Lensculture's Emerging Talent competition in 2014 with the series 'You are More than beautiful'. In 2015, she won the Harry Pennings Prize in Eindhoven and in 2016 she won 1st place in the Landscape Category at the Sony World Photography Awards with her project Land of Nothingness. She currently lives and works in Ghent, Belgium.

She was laureate of Unknown Masterpieces in 2014.


With Unknown Masterpieces, Knokke-Heist traditionally brings out 10 talents to be discovered. Come along and be inspired by the works of Abdul-Vahit Duman, Jef Bex, Valérie Naessens, Philippe Digneffe, Kenny Ros, Anaïs Gamme, Margot Vervust, Sylvia Konior, Femke Neyt and Barbara Vandendriessche.

Unknown Masterpieces is curated by Stephane Verheye and Freddy Van Vlaenderen.