The Dutch television shows Het Klokhuis, Backstage, Special Report, and Rok&Rol broadcasted specials portraying Ellen Schippers. Her work have appeared on Dutch television as well as abroad: Tineke, Catherine, Spijkers, Breakfast, TV Club, Firma Onrust (VPRO), Studio NL, Union Libre (France 2), German Nightshow, NDR 3 and Klim Op (BRT).
Metamorfose was an item in the Dutch RTL news show and Seven Faces of Women embellished the cover of the Uitkrant.
In the past few years, Ellen Schippers has been interviewed by daily newspapers and monthlies such as Volkskrant, Parool, Trouw, Nieuws van de Dag, Algemeen Dagblad, Spits and HP/De Tijd. Articles and photo reports also appeared in magazines like Uitkrant, Avantgarde, Cosmopolitan, Viva, Gaykrant, Oor and Roof.
And Italian Marie Claire, Donna and Dove, the English Skin and Two and the American Mondo 2000 featured Ellen Schippers work.
This Spanish Photo Magazine has published an article about the solo exhibition Lost in Transition (October 2017) in the Red Stamp Art Gallery.
Ellen Schippers foggy portraits of women
By Branko Collin (27 October 2014)
I went to check out a small art fair today that I was told had photos by Danielle van Zadelhoff (not the exhibition I wrote about last week, but also in Amsterdam).
Zadelhoffs photos weren’t there, but instead I saw photographs by Ellen Schippers, Bas Bogaerts, Gabriele Vierte and Janet de Graaf. I may show you works by the latter three later, but today I recommend you check out the works of Ellen Schippers .
Schippers makes photographic portraits that have a painting-like quality because everything is blurry without being out of focus. I don’t know how she creates this look, but if I had to guess I would say she positions her subjects behind fogged up screens. The work shown here is called Snow White. I am not sure if this a photo or a still of one of her videos, but does it matter?
Ellen Schippers is a multi-disciplinary artist from Amsterdam who started out as a performer in art galleries and theatres.