Image courtesy of Mieke Barendse

Maarten Vromans (1975, Netherlands) roams through cities and landscapes. With his photography he explores the impact that people, nature and weather have on urban development. Currently he investigates if it is possible to produce strong images by just leaving everything to chance.

Maarten has been working as a copywriter and concept developer since 1999 and as an independent photographer since 2014.

Last year four photos from his ‘Urban Erosion’ project were published in New Dutch Photography Talent 2016, an annual platform publication featuring the work of hundred upcoming Dutch photographers. He has exhibited his work in Amsterdam, The Hague and Budapest.


2017 PH21 Gallery, Budapest, Hungary | 'Street Photography' | Group

2017 PH21 Gallery, Budapest, Hungary | '-scapes' | Group

2016 Lighthouse Expo, Den Haag, The Netherlands | 'Maarten Vromans - Urban Erosion' | Solo

2015 5and33 Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands | 'New Dutch Photography Talent 2016' | Group


2017 C41 Magazine | The architectural power of nature: Maarten Vromans and the urban erosion | Feature

2016 Life Framer | 'Urban Emptiness - Beauty in Metropolitan solitude' | Feature

2016 Vers Beton | 'Doorleefd Rotterdam in beeld' | Feature

2016 Lighthouse Expo | 'Maarten Vromans - Urban Erosion' | Booklet

2015 xpublishers bv | 'New Dutch Photography Talent 2016' (powered by GUP) | Book


2017 Selected for The Print Swap, supported by Feature Shoot

2016 Selected for The Print Swap, supported by Feature Shoot

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