Stefan Vanthuyne is a writer, researcher and photographer. He has published four artist’s and photobooks: From here into oblivion, Vol.1, Remember the white horses, The hill that wasn’t and Pulsar. In 2015 The hill that wasn’t was selected for ‘Tafels’ (Tabels), a presentation of 80 artist’s books and special art books from Holland and Flanders.
He regularly writes about photography and photobooks for De Standaard. His articles have also been published in Oogst, Knack Focus, Extra (FOMU) and the British 1000 Words.
He is a researcher on photobook culture in Belgium at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, where in 2017 he started the Belgian Platform for Photobooks. In 2018 he organised the symposium The Individual, The Political and The Photobook.
He is a member of the photography research group Thinking Tools, also at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, and a member of the editorial board of Forum+, the peer-reviewed journal in research and arts.