16 Page publication in Snoecks yearbook

Sander Dekker Photography

Snoecks is a Belgian almanac. The first Snoecks appeared in the 1920s, but its modern form, with an emphasis on photography, has its base in the seventies. The magazine has featured artists such as Anton Corbijn, Larry Sultan, Ron Mueck, Peter Lindbergh and in the current edition of 2021: Yours truly

Interview Sander Dekker & Milou Deelen at ABC A’dam

Sander Dekker Photography

On the occasion of my new book “My name is Sander Dekker Nº2” I was interviewed together with journalist Milou Deelen (who also appears in the book) at the American Book Center Amsterdam. Date of recording:Thursday, August 6th 18:00The American Book CenterSpui 12 – Amsterdam

Book Launch at ABC Amsterdam

Sander Dekker Photography

On the occasion of my new book ‘My name is Sander Dekker Nº2’, I will be interviewed in the American Book Center Amsterdam together with journalist Milou Deelen (who is also featured in the book). The interview (in Dutch!) will be followed by a signing session. Due to corona, only a limited number of attendees wil be allowed […]

OUT NOW: My name is Sander Dekker / 2

My first big, fat, coffee table book. 192 pages, with more than 100 eccentrics, 17 stories and 2 interludes with photos of the TenFifteen installations. You better get a strong table for this.

Interview Volkskrant Magazine

Got 8 pages (!) in this week’s Volkskrant Magazine about my social media project. I hope you guys enjoy the article! Volkskrant, 30 november 2019 ‘Échte excentriekelingen spelen geen spelletje’, weet fotograaf Sander Dekker Fotograaf Sander Dekker, zelf nogal introvert, heeft veel bewondering voor de excentrieke types die hij op sociale media tegenkomt. Hij zocht […]

Sticks & Stones

5 pages in Sticks & Stones first published hardcover book: Shelflife No.1 “Hair”. Enjoy!

&C Magazine 10-2019

6 page article about my interior in this months &C magazine. Hope you guys like it!

Final trip: Moscow

New series with some highlights of my last trip to Moscow for ‘the Project’, now online on the Sticks & Stones website. The photos and stories are used for the exhibition and my new book in 2020.