henk van rensbergen – abandoned places – no man's land


Henk van Rensbergen (Brussels, 1968) is a Boeing 787 Captain and photographer.

While his crew rests at the swimming pool, Henk sets out to explore the empty buildings of our times.
His photos show the silent beauty and the macabre decay of these places, sometimes revealing their secrets…

In 2017 Henk presented his project: “No Man’s Land”, showing a world where mankind has disappeared. Animals now live in our abandoned buildings, showing undeniably human behavior…

His photographs and his original passion have been widely featured in the national and international press.
Belgian editor Lannoo has published a total of 7 books, two of which are translated in German and French.

Van Rensbergen’s photographs are for sale at galleries and art fairs.
All sales in Belgium are handled by Gallery LKFF.
All sales in France and China are handled by Galerie Dumonteil.

Henk is available for lectures. In the context of his urban exploration adventures, he focusses both on technical and artistic aspects of photography.

For any information please contact Henk van Rensbergen.