His Own Protagonist. The Work of Teun Hocks
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His Own Protagonist. The Work of Teun Hocks

(Cees van der Geer) The Low Countries - 2002, № 10, pp. 172-177

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Dutch artist Teun Hocks (1947-) is sometimes described as a photo-painter. He makes carefully arranged black-and-white photographs, which he then uses as an artist's canvas. Apart from the self-timer, there is only one protagonist in his work: Teun Hocks, the eternal anti-hero, captured against a poetically-tinged absurdist background

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