Alex Zeverijn’s work focusses on key social issues in everyday life: the fundamental reality of human existence. His work adresses contemporary issues of urbanisation, loss of natural resources, and the impact thereof on the life of marginalized people in present-day contexts.
He has contributed to The Guardian, Africa Geographic, Mission Mag, Museum Catherijneconvent, Het Parool, Leids Dagblad, Haarlems Dagblad and Financieele Dagblad. Alex is commissioned by companies including ImagineEar, Eurofins, Villebois Wines and ISCAL as well as several NGO's like Mayama, Young Pianists Foundation and Connect By Music. In recent years his work has been bought by collectors. Prints of his work are part of private collections in Europe and North-America. Alex is a member of the Dutch Photo Association DuPho. All images posted on this site must be licensed for any commercial usage. His more recent work and contributions include:
Awards & nominations
2021 - Winning single image British Journal of Photography https://www.1854.photography/awards/portrait-of-humanity/winners2021/#winners
2014 - 2nd place PAER photo prize, Amsterdam.
2019 - Solo Exhibition, "Portraits of refugees", Kloosterkerk, The Hague
- Installation for MHPSS conference, Tropen Museum, Amsterdam
- 20 Years Young Pianist Foundation, Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
- Installation for THNK FSTVL, Amsterdam
- Images of vulnerability, Mayama exhibition, Guadalajara, Mexico
2018 - Private Exhibition selected works, Amsterdam
2022 - Summer exhibition at Artists Society De Kring, Amsterdam
2020 - "Industrial Culture Noordzeekanaal", IJmuiden
- Winter exhibition at Artists Society De Kring, Amsterdam
2019 - Beyond story telling Festival, Malakta, Finland
2015 - Summer exhibition at Artists Society De Kring, Amsterdam
Publications and collaborations
2021 - "Van Heide naar Holes", 125 jaar Rosendaelsche Golfclub
- L'Intimiste, France
- Mission Mag, New York
2016 - "Shores like you", Scarlett Hooft Graafland, The Netherlands
2014 - "Van Gogh tot Cremer" Dutch artists in Paris (Nederlandse kunstenaars in Parijs)
- "HAIL THE PEOPLE!", Jimmy Nelson, National Museum of Ethnology, Leiden
Alex is currently based in Amsterdam and available for assignments.