The unique style of Casper Faassen, mixing photography and painted layers in his work, has gained praise from critics as well as the public. In his artworks he creates juxtaposing with subject (beauty) and form (decay).
His work has been exhibited at numerous international art fairs such as Photo Basel, Photo London, Unseen & PAN Amsterdam. His work is featured in private as well as public collections such as the Frans Hals Museum (Haarlem), Museum de Lakenhal (Leiden) and the Dutch Royal Library (The Hague). Recently, Fotografiska Museum in Stockholm and Japanmuseum Sieboldhuis in Leiden hosted solo exhibits of Faassen’s work. His ‘view on The Hague’ and ‘view on Dordrecht’ were featured next to Jan van Goyen’s original masterpieces in the The Hague Historical Museum and the Dordrecht Museum respectively.