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𝕄arieke Mamarazzi


Dutch photographer & creative spirit, raised and based in Leiden.
Studied Photography & Fine Art at WDKA, Rotterdam.


“As a photographer she works both autonomous and freelance for magazines, musicians, events & companies (see Collabs). Usually she presents multiple (group-)exhibitions a year. From 2011 – 2019 she curated (& occasionally joined) exhibitions in ‘t Leidseplein, Leiden.

Skilled/experienced in: 

  • Portraits (with camera, pencil, ink, (spray)paint or whatever you wish, contact for details)
  • Product-/interior/showcase styling/photography
  • Private/sensual/nude photography
  • Special event/wedding/honeymoon/pregnancy &  newborn shoots
  • Photoshop CS

So, wether you’re looking for a professional portrait, photoshoot, (wall)painting,
creative input, a brainstorm, collaboration, networking or latest updates; holla at ya girl! πŸ€™”

 

E-mail: Mmmriek@gmail.com
Phone: Nulzes-Vierachtviereenachtzeszevenvijf
Instagram: MariekeMamarazzi & Mariekemarazzi_LostOnes
Facebook: Marieke Mamarazzi LinkedIn: Marieke Mamarazzi

𝔼 X H I B I T I O N S :


> Present :

Mamarazzi portrait @ Nowa's > Leiden (2017 - ongoing)

 

Thursday the 16th of November vinylstore Nowa’s openened his doors
In the back of the store one of my photos (‘ Swing in..’) is displayed, next to inspiring artist Ruwedata;

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nowa’s
Haarlemmerstraat 231,
2315 DR Leiden
www.nowas.nl
@nowas_place

< Past :

Mamarazzi portrait @ Kunstroute > Leiden (2018)

I participated in a group-exhibition at Kunstroute Leiden 2018.
For the project β€˜Lichaamsbeeld‘ by Roos Tulen 20 photographers were asked to portray both her vulnerability and strength.
Read all about it here.

Our portraits were shown 2x3m at the starting point of Kunstroute Leiden 2018.

Location:             Pieterskerkhof, Leiden
Opening hours: Saturday from 10:00-18:00
                              Sunday from 12:00 – 18:00

Group Exhibition > Leiden (2018)

 

I participated in a group-exhibition at a formal schoolbuilding at Toussaintkade, Leiden.

 

https://www.instagram.com/p/BnOKbFjA75M/?utm_source=ig_embed&utm_campaign=embed_loading_state_control

Group Exhibition > The Hague (2017)

 

Together with 9 others, I participated in a special AHF-groupexhibition at Paardcafe, Den Haag.
We initiated this exhibition to celebrate our 2year collaboration with PaardcafΓ©.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Group Exhibition > The Hague (2016/2017)
Group Exhibition > Veenendaal (2016)

 

In April 2016 two of my photographs were shown during a group exhibition in De Cultuurfabriek, Veenendaal.

 

Solo Exhibition '(Absence of) Light' > Leiden (2015)

 

From January 2015 – June 2016 eight of my photographs about reflections
and the (absence of) light were shown at ‘Nieuwe Energie Leiden‘, Leiden.

 

                

 

Mamarazzi photographs @ Rockin' Chair > Leiden (2014)

 

From October 2014 four photos about (the absence of) light
were being shown for almost a year at furniture-upholstery β€˜The Rockin’ Chair‘, Leiden.

 

Mamarazzi's ' Odd Selection' @ Kunstroute > Leiden (2013)
 
"Beware of an odd selection of works 
exposed during Kunstroute 2013;
28+29/09/2013 from 12:00-18:00 
@ Breestraat 48, Leiden."
 

 

Solo Exhibition 'Lost Ones' > Leiden (2013)

 

A rare Mamarazzi exhibition at temporary galerie ‘Noodweer’, Herensingel 7 – Leiden in July (2013).

Lookingboxes hide photos of diverse lost objects.

 

"Lost, dropped & forgotten object, obviously out of place.
A project commenting on nowadays consumerism. 
What's trash for one can be a treasure for another..
 
Video registration of the exhibition ‘Lost Ones’ (2013).

More treasures at Mariekemarazzi_LostOnes on Instagram.

 

First Solo Exhibition > Leiden (2012)
"First big #Exhibition at Vrijplaats, Leiden.
The opening came with homemade sushi,
Dominican cigars & bad ass tunes. #Proud!" 


Mariekemamarazzi - November 4, 2012

 


β€œUnderstand me. I’m not like an ordinary world.
I have my madness, I live in another dimension and
I do not have time for things that have no soul.”

~ Charles Bukowski.

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