Vincent Delbrouck (b. 1975, Belgium) is an emerging photographer who has been working in hybrid practices, across and between media and materials. In in first book Beyond History (Havana 1998-2006), he assembled, recycled, and recomposed the fragments of his experience in Havana, creating a very complex family album with different layers and comments. His work has received the Memorial Giacomelli Prize 2002 (Italy), the Jean Salgaro Prize at the 14th National Open Photography Prize (Photography Museum in Charleroi, Belgium) and the Vocational Bursary (Belgium) in 2003. He was one of the Discoveries of the Meeting Place in Fotofest Houston 2006.
Delbrouck has contributed to various magazines such as Purple Journal, Pavilion, CODE, Amica, Trace, Pig, nofound, Pozytyw and View, and he loves to work with the fashion designer Valeria Siniouchkina (Girls from Omsk).