Harry Gruyaert  (Belgian, 1941) 

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Harry Gruyaert Biography
1941   Born in Antwerp, Belgium
1960   Director of Photography for Flemish Television
1959 - 1962   Studied at the School for Photo and Cinema, Brussels
1969   Made first trip to Morocco
1976   Won the Kodak Prize
1976   Traveled to India for the first time
1986   Member of Magnum Photos
1987   Traveled to Egypt
  Lives and works in Paris, France
Selected Exhibitions
2006   Morocco - Leica Gallery, Frankfurt, Germany
2006   Rivages - Foundacion Caixa Galicia Lugo and Vigo, Spain
2003 - 2004   Rivages - Rencontres de la photographie d’Arles, France; Galerie St-Père, Paris, France
2002   Morocco - Carlos de Amberes Foundation, Madrid, Spain
1999   Made in Belgium - Gallery Fnac, Brussels, Belgium
1999   Laumont Editions gallery, New York, NY
1998   Lumières blanches - Fotofest, Houston, USA; Gallery Mistral, Montreal, Canada
1997   Morocco - Andersen Consulting, Paris, France
1995   Morocco - tour exhibit in several french cultural centers in Morroco
1990   Harry Gruyaert Fotografías - Canal de Isabel II, Madrid, Spain
1988   Regards d’acier, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France
1986   Lumières blanches - Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France
1980   Made in Belgium - Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Belgium
1979   Morocco - Delpire Gallery, Paris, France; International Culture Center, Anvers, Belgium; Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Belgium ; Franska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden
1974 - 1976   TV Shots - Delpire Gallery, Paris, France; Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels, Belgium; International Center of Photography, New York, NY
Literature
2006   Photo Poche, Actes Sud, France
2003   Rivages, Textuel, France
2000   Made in Belgium, Nathan/Delpire, France
1990   Morocco, Schirmer & Mosel, Germany, France, USA
1986   Lumières Blanches, Centre National de la Photographie, France