Jérôme Schlomoff (b. 1961, lives and works in Amsterdam) works as a photographer and cinema director. Schlomoff has focused on portrait photography since 1984 and on capturing practicing contemporary artists in particular. These intimate images can be contrasted with his poetic photographs and films that examine the link between architecture and the image. Schlomoff’s work has also been concerned with the usage of architectural spaces by different communities. Since 2000, he has experimented with pinhole cameras. His work has been exhibited at spaces such as CAPC Musée d’Art Contemporain de Bordeaux and L’appartement 22 (Rabat).
Jérôme Schlomoff’s film "Villa K" explores the progression visible en route from the Marrakech medina to this villa in the Atlas Mountains. This built site is that of a large, private villa, located outside the city, designed by architects Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty. Schlomoff’s film is created using a pinhole camera, with which the artist has produced multiple other films, including "New York zéro zéro."