Over the past thirty years, Rineke Dijkstra (Dutch, b. 1959) has produced a sensitive and eloquent body of photographic and video work. Her large-scale photographs and video installations reference historical Dutch paintings from the 17th century in their formal manner and attention to detail, yet she has reimagined the genre of portraiture for today. Read more.
Subscribe to the Apollo newsletter
In the news
The discovery of a noose at the National Museum of African American History and Culture is a grim justification of its existence
Four Confederate monuments are to be removed from the streets of New Orleans, but their painful legacy endures
The Garden Bridge Trust should be pursued for the public money it has wasted