21 August 2018
24 March until 27 May 2018 you will be able to visit (in our opinion) a 'must-see' surf photo exhibition at the Cultuurcentrum Scharpoord in Knokke Heist, Belgium. This yearly event will be exhibitioning the work of Stephan Vanfleteren. He has photographed numerous surfers from around the world and the result is a 2500 black/white collection of portraits, named the 'Surf Tribe'.
Famous surfers such as Kelly Slater, Laird Hamilton, John John Florence and more have stood in front of his lens for this collection and the journey through the pictures will take you on a trip around the world to the coasts of Hawaii, France, Bali, Sri Lanka, Australia, New Zealand, Chocolate Islands and California in the effort of bringing this surf family together in to one place. Vanfleterens portraits show the purest form of what it is to be a surfer.
If you live near or are looking for a small road trip to do, we highly recommend visiting this once in a long time opportunity to see this beautifully crafted photo collection. In case you live further away, Roselien, one of our team members will be attending the event the 1st of April and there will be an Instagram takeover on our Zarautz Surf Village account so you will not miss the chance to see some of these beautiful portraits!
In case you live in Belgium or close, you can actually get free tickets this weekend by purchasing the newspaper 'DeMorgen'. The tickets can be found inside the newspaper so there truly is no reason not to go!
Entrance: 10€. 8€ if in a group of +10 persons
-16 have free entrance
Address: Cultuurcentrum Knokke-Heist, Maxim Willemspad 1, 8300 Knokke-Heist, Belgium
Information is in Dutch but everyone is welcome!
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