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Featured Exhibition: Searching for the Ideal

by Yvette Depaepe 
Published the 16th
 of December 2021


Sergey Fett is a photographer and visual artist specializing in conceptual imagery and photomanipulation. His work is inextricably linked with the way he sees the world and himself part of it. He likes to show the ideal in the ordinary. He strives to create calm images with a sense of rigor and order in terms of visual representation. His work intentionally rarely shows a face as he wants the viewer to understand that there could be anyone behind the image so that each viewer percieves it differently and that is what Sergey find most interesting and exciting about photography.

Sergey quotes:  "I only started calling my work surreal when other people started calling it surreal. Before that, I was just doing what I liked. Surrealism was something I gradually turned into. I think I can express myself more through it. Besides, it's just fun for me."


This featured exhibition will be exposed on the opening page or our site from the 15th of December till the 31st of December 2021.


Link:[2] Searching for the ideal in the ordinary by Sergey Fett (


Here are a few images you can admire in this exhibition, just to trigger your curiousity.


'Bright Black'



'See after'



'At Dawn'