ABOUT ALIQUE

Photographer

 

Alique is a female photographer, who lives in Amsterdam and New York.

 

Her clients include a.o.:


Vogue Paris

Vogue Deutschland

Vogue Nederland

Vogue Espana

Vogue Ukraine

Porter Magazine

Allure US


Dior

Net-A-Porter

Estee Lauder

Clarins

L'Oreal

Louis Vuitton

Jones NY

DKNY

Michael Kors

Aurelie Bidermann

November 2017
NATASHA POLY FOR VOGUE NETHERLANDS

Natasha invites Alique into her Amsterdam home, to shoot the coverstory for Vogue Netherlands.

Alique also creates 3 video teasers, in which fun and personal momentum are key, including enchanting moments shared between Natasha and her daughter Aleksandra.

November 2016
Vogue Netherlands - The Sex & Love Issue

On special request, Alique made a sensual and sharp 34+ page coverstory.

Starring the most beautiful Hana Jirickova.

Shot on 3 hot summer days - July 2016, Red Hook Labs, NYC.

April 2016
NATALIE PORTMAN FOR DIOR

Alique shoots iconic woman and actress Natalie Portman, for the new Forever Foundation beauty line.

January 2013
MOAM & FOAM MUSEUM

Participating in a group exhibition MOAM in &FOAM museum, where young and established artist come together, and fashion and art come together. 

June 2012
ARTWORKS at GLASSWORKS, London GB

The project Women, an introduction...., has travelled to London, to be shown at Artworks by Glassworks. 

September 2011
Exhibition -FASHION LOVES ART-, GemeenteMuseum, The Hague NL

Alique was invited to photograph 14 iconic Dutch women, who stand out to bridge fashion and art in their lifes. The work was shown as part of the exhibition in the museum, and in the catalogue. 

May 2011
ART VIDEO -V-TRUVIA-, MUSEUM FOR MODERN ART, Arnhem NL

The art video -V-Truvia- was shown as part of the exhibition, The mirror has two faces, Reflections of 10 years Spijkers En Spijkers. From this succes it was added to the Talents page of Vogue.It

March 2011
EXHIBITION -WOMEN, AN INTRODUCTION...-, Amsterdam NL

This exhibition is a selective spin off from a still growing project on women, and the first time,
Alique exhibits her personal work.