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THE STORY BEHIND…
Deeply inspired by the mysteriously, moody works that define Edward Hopper’s oeuvre, Joost Wensveen has created a series for The Public House of Art that honours the American master. Situated between an open door and a closed door, Wensveen’s sitter occupies a psychological purgatory that is universally understood. When you come to a fork in the road, never worry about a road less travelled by, as there is no wrong direction when you stay true to your destiny.
An economist by day, Joost Wensveen is a self-taught photographer who uses the medium as vehicle for expressing and communicating his inherent vision. He has meticulously honed his artistic craft to produce a series for PHOA that is inspired by the enigmatic works of Edward Hopper. Like the iconic American painter, Wensveen uses architecture, humanity and mystery to convey the provocative narratives that riddle his compositions.