Watch the mini lectures about the exhibition 'Angels of the Sea' and the historical images of  Koninklijk Werk IBIS.

"A silent force that speaks from their eyes despite an often marked past" Sara Keijzer, curator photography and film, tells a story about the exhibitions 'Angels of the Sea' of photographer Stephan Vanfleteren.

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"You can tell by his body language he is trying to make himself very tall and broad, but it rather indicates how small and young he actually is." Hedy van Erp, curator at the Dutch National Portrait Gallery, talks about the body language in the portraits ofStephan Vanfleteren: Angels of the Sea.

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"There's nothing that gives away the time we live in. Which actually makes the personality of the child pop out more." Stephan Vanfleteren tells about the making of the portraits in the exhibition 'Angels ot the Sea'.

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Koninklijk Werk IBIS was founded in 1906 as a safe home base to orphan children of fishing families. Director Philip Declercq tells about the history and future of this Belgian boarding school.

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"The longer you watch, the more you see". Ernst van Keulen, educator at the National Maritime Museum and Gundy van Dijk, head of Education and Public activities let you look at the portraits of Stephan Vanfleteren in a different light.

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"But looking at these faces, these eyes, it always unwinds me. They give me a gentle confidence that everything will be fine." Photographer Stephan Vanfleteren tells about his portraits in the exhibition'Angels of the Sea'.

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