2018 - Group exhibition: File Not Found, Yügen, Ghent, Belgium
2018 - Group exhibition by De Morgen: GrandJam, Yügen, Ghent, Belgium.
2019 - Small showcase: Zeemeerminnen festival, Herberg Macharius, Ghent, Belgium.
2020 - Group exhibition: Looking For Serendipity, Zwarte Zaal in KASK school of arts, Ghent, Belgium
(curated by Iris Sikking)
2019 - 2020 - Group exhibition: Onderbelicht, Museum Dr. Guislain,
(curated by Nick Hannes and Willem Vermoere)
2020 - Small showcase: Plat Platform, Bijloke site, Ghent, Belgium.
2020 - Showcase: noshowshow, Kolder, Ghent, Belgium.
2020 - Showcase: Noorderlicht Fotofestival, Museum Belvedere, Herenveern, The Netherlands.
2020 - Group Exhibition: GRADUATION Show, Bijloke Site, Ghent, Belgium.
01/08/18: article in De Morgen:
Elisa Maenhout: van zeemeermin tot zeemeerman - link
Pictures for Child-Help Belgium Jaarrapport 2018 - link
09/11/19: article and picture in De Standaard Magazine: Stille doders - link
17/12/19: article in Voetweg66: Mijn camera is een sleutel die deuren opent - link
Feature on the website of Phototgraphic Museum of Humanity : Her mind swims at a depth most would drown in - link
Elisa Maenhout is a Belgian photographer born in 1997 and currently studying photography at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in her hometown, Ghent.
Elisa's work focuses on people and recreating reality as a dreamworld. Her style is very diverse, while photographing she keeps searching for her own voice in the photographyworld. Elisa specializes in underwater photography. Her past projects are mainly focused on documentary photography but Elisa believes there’s a thin line that separates the documentary from conceptual approach.