Edson Chagas, Meschac Gaba, Jo Ractliffe, Viviane Sassen and Kemang Wa Lehulere feature in More for Less at A4. Curated by Josh Ginsburg, the exhibition is focused on 'works and practices that fluidly seek to engage entropy and efficiency, waste, residue and offcuts, transactions, propositions, and serious play'.
Viviane Sassen features in an exhibition titled The Creative Mind: Eight Artists Photograph Themselves, based on a curatorial proposition by Maura Biava. The exhibition seeks to present works that depict the artist’s state of mind.
A solo presentation of Viviane Sassen's UMBRA works will be shown at Fotografiska, including eight series of photographs, videos, light and sound installations.
A solo exhibition of Viviane Sassen's work takes place at Foto Kunst Stadform. Focusing on her Lexicon, Flamboya and Parasomnia series, the exhibition observes how Sassen's images 'can be located both in staged and in documentary photography.'
Jo Ractliffe and Viviane Sassen are included in an exhibition of contemporary photographic seascapes titled Sea Views. The exhibition, to be held in the Philips Wing of the museum, focuses on each piece as an extensive exercise in 'air, light and tide'.
UMBRA by Viviane Sassen is showing at the House of Photography at the Deichtorhallen. Sassen has made a new series of works that focus on the play of light and shadow, supplementing these with previously unseen images from her archives.
Viviane Sassen is featured in Blurred Lines: A Matter of Attitude at the 2017 Belfast Photo Festival. The exhibition is conceptualised as a focused consideration of how 'the artistic and commercial effected a clear and consistent change in fashion photography'.
Viviane Sassen exhibits her Pikin Slee series alongside work by fellow Dutch photographer Elspeth Diederix at Casemore Kirkeby. The opening coincided with Sassen’s participation in the Larry Sultan Visiting Artist Program, a collaboration between Pier 24 Photography, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and California College of the Arts.