Through his extensive travels, Arne de Knegt has had the fortune of being part of everyday realities of many of the world's cultures, societies and religions, shaping his nature as a world citizen. As a photographer and idealist, he sees his photography as a way to re-shape the way we think about our world and the many components it exists of. Through human interaction and addressing issues of social nature, his passion lies in looking for a more just society.
His background in Urban Planning and his social skills, built up through years of freelancing as a stage technician on world tours of large rock-n-roll bands as well as co-directing various social arts projects worldwide - under the banner of Brooklyn based non-profit organisation Artefacting - enables him to analyze local issues at a transparent level while simultaneously keeping a more holistic view of human's interactions in a globalising society.
His photographic works have been published and exhibited in the U.S., Europe and Asia and are in private collections in over a dozen countries worldwide - click here to view his photographic resume.
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