't Hok


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After graduating from art school in 2010, Peter de Krom moved back to his hometown Hoek van Holland, a Dutch town trapped between the North Sea, ‘het Westland’ greenhouse area and the channel to the Rotterdam harbours. A common theme in his work is peculiar human behaviour on a large scale but in small places. When people exhibit herd mentality because they are part of a small community or when certain events invite them to, De Krom exploits the situations with a biological/anthropological interest, documenting his subjects almost as a species apart. In the series 't Hok De Krom photographed young people partying in improvised spaces, from garages to green houses.

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Peter de Krom was included in the BKMRKS section of GUP #35, The Celebration Issue.


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