HARRY COCK (1952 Assen) was educated at the School for Photography in The Hague (1972-1975). After his training he made landscape and city photography in the north of the country. He also takes portraits and architecture photos in a distinctive style. That makes Harry an artist as well as a journalistic photographer. For this he earned the Grand Cultural Prize Drenthe 2018. This prestigious prize is a recognition for his total oeuvre of tens of thousands of photos over a period of forty years of photos in the Northern Netherlands. From 1 January Harry will exhibit miniatures in Galerie del Campo, which he has named “Neopolas”. These Neopolas start with a photo from the archive or made on the spot. An association with found materials, such as shards of household waste, hair from a shower drain or other photos where he cuts out parts, yields the following layers. And all this in the format of a polaroid photo. Website


SAKE ELZINGA (Groningen 1959), photographer, has been educated at the photography school in Apeldoorn. After five years of mainly technical experience, he has been working as an independent photographer since 1982. Sake’s field of activity is broad: from current politics to sports and to art and culture. The assignments are on a regional, national and international level. Since 1987 he has been one of the regular photo correspondents for the NRC Handelsblad. He is a regular participant in important group and solo exhibitions. Many publications are illuminated with his photos. He received various photo prizes. The Sport World Press photo prize and the Silver Camara several times. For his series on Chernobyl, he received the Fuji Award, a high distinction in the photo world. He also exhibits regularly at home and abroad. In November the book ‘De Zilvermijnen van Drenthe’ was presented: the 80s in photos by Sake Elzinga. From January 1, Sake exhibits with an overview of his work in Galerie del Campo. Website