Fleur Boonman

Nomad artist Fleur Boonman (born in Belgium 1976) studied Audiovisual Art at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. She specialized in film, video and photography and was highly successful in these fields, her work has been exhibited by institutions such as FOAM, Amsterdam's museum of Photography and the Stedelijk Museum in the same city, Summer of Photography in Bozar Brussels, Gallery Fifty one Fine Art in Antwerp and Analix Forever in Geneva, De Fabriek Eindhoven.

Her films screened in festivals such as Cinema Novo Festival Brugge, VPRO Television, NY independent Film Festival, Dutch Film Festival Utrecht, for which she was nominated for her film F- Move for a Kodak Student award. Fleur did the camerawork for Joost Conijn's "Woodcar" and "Airplane" films. Screened internationally in Museum Booymans van Beuningen, Central museum Utrecht, Miro Foundation Barcelona, Manifesta ljlubana, Gugenheim New York.

Her work has been published in several Art Magazine's and news papers such as H>Art magazine, Tube Light, Art Magazine, Vrij Nederland, Newspaper. "Life in a Glass House" catalogue stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Metropolis M, Art magazine, Skrien, De Volkskrant, Parool, Eindhovens Daily News, De MorgenPublication "portable Life"photobook sold by, Copywright Antwerp, Claire de Rouen London, Foam Amsterdam, De Buren Brussels.

Fleur released in 2011 her first long feature film "Portable Life". Nowadays, she's writing new scripts for feature films.