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Philippe De Jonckheere

Philippe De Jonckheere
1944, my dad, a child in Lille, sees some V1 flying over to the UK.
1951, Robert Frank takes a snap of a young girl in Paris: my future mother.
Born in 1964.
1986, enter ENSAD. Boredom.
1988, scholarship in SAIC (Chicago), Barbara Crane, Joyce Neimanas, Ken Josephson… Boredom ends.
1990, Robert Heineken’s assistant, miracles every day.
1995, Mai de la Photo in Reims, censored exhibition. Troubles.
1998, back in France, quit photography, take on writting. Not gifted.
1999, buy a PC, learn how to use it as I learn to write. And vice-versa.
1999: Birth of Madeleine.
2000, build a website, Dé Birth of Nathan.
2004: Birth of Rémi, on April 9th. The same day, Nathan is diagnosed with autism and my father undergoes heart surgery.
2012: “Robert Frank, dans les lignes de sa main”
2013: Nothing.
2014: Nothing.
2015: Nothing — goes to the wrong restaurant on november 13th, otherwise…
2016: Nothing.
2017: “Une fuite en Egypte”
2018: “Raffut”
2021: “Le Rapport sexuel n’existe plus”
2022: “Je ne me souviens plus”
2023: “Why the long coffee?”
2024: “Les Peigne-culs”
2027-2064: Learn the double bass and join the Cèze Valley activists.
2064: Successful suicide.