Véronique Fixmer

Véronique Fixmer lives in Luxembourg where she was born in 1977. Using a rangefinder camera and practicing almost exclusively black and white photography, she focuses on travel and street photography. She draws her inspiration from artists such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Dorothea Lange, Vivian Maier, Josef Koudelka and Sebastiao Salgado.

Alongside several participations in various group exhibitions, Véronique Fixmer was the author of the exhibition Workers presented at the massenoire in Belval in 2014-2016.

She has illustrated several books for the editions phi, including Où demeurer ailleurs que là  (2007), the Viniphication booklet, Nid-de-poule (2009) and la reine du limpertsberg (2012). In 2018 she self-published her first black and white photobook synonym.

She is a  member of the Street Photography Luxembourg Collective since 2013.