Elisabeth Broekaert (1964) is Belgian photographer.

Elisabeth Broekaert studied photography at the Royal Academy for Fine Arts in Ghent. She received a grant from the British Council to specialize in documentary photography at the Gwent College of Higher Education in Newport. The photo essays she made there, were published in The Sunday Correspondent. 

After her studies she worked as a freelance photographer for the Belgian newspapers De Standaard, De Morgen and magazines like Knack, Vrij Nederland en Humo. She was set photographer for the Oscar winning film Antonia.

In 1995 she made the photo series The World of the Moultons in Main. This series was awarded with the Prix RTBF and in 1998 some of the photos were included in La Bibliothèque Nationale de France in Paris. 

(source: Wikipedia)

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Elisabeth Broekaert
Documentary photography

Supported projects

Meet the Moultons – Part II

  • Social affairs

AUGUSTA - What if you could measure a mother's future dreams for her children against the life that has become? In 1995 the photographer Elisabeth Broekaert travelled to Maine, in the north-east of the United States. Ronnie and Laurie Moulton opened their doors and let her make portraits that were then published in the Belgian newspaper De Standaard.

Miracle hormone or horror hormone: DESinterest for hormonal tampering

  • Healthcare

BELGIUM - If you or your mother were born between 1947 and 1977, there is a chance that you will recognize yourself in this story about DES. Maybe your mother or grandmother took DES as a medicine when she was pregnant.