A dozen works of the photographer are exhibited in our restaurant in Uccle.
William Mark Ingram studied photography at the University of Oregon in the United States. After graduation, he decided to move to Europe to immerse himself in a new cultural experience. In the early 1990s, he settled in London and specialized in platinum printing. Nude and portraiture are the main themes of his photographic work. His interest in the bestiary begins from this period with the black and white portrait of a bull in reference to Greek mythology. Then, strongly influenced by Flemish painting, the artist naturally drew his inspiration from the beauty and strength of the landscapes of Flanders where he has lived for a few years. The landscapes of his Flemish Landscapes series are thus minutely composed as a picture and always marked by the troubling presence of an imaginary or real animal.