Jacqueline Hassink is a Dutch visual artist. She lives and works in New York City. Hassink is well known for her global art projects that deal with the world of economic power. Her work represents visual, graphic, and sociological maps of the axes of global economic structures. Her first art project, The Table of Power, was followed by projects such as: Female Power Stations: Queen Bees, Car Girls, Haute Couture Fitting Rooms, Paris, and The Table of Power 2.

Hassink’s work has been widely collected and exhibited, including shows at Huis Marseille in Amsterdam; Fotomuseum Winterthur, Winterthur; Amador Gallery and ICP in New York; Tokyo Metropolitan Museum for Photography, Tokyo; The Photographers’ Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and the Guangzhou Museum of Modern Art, Guangzhou.

Hassink has lectured at Harvard University in conceptual photography and at the International Center for Photography in New York.

Recently Jacqueline is shortlisted for the Prix Pictet 2012, the world’s first prize dedicated to photography and sustainability. Starting at the Saatchi gallery in London 9 October 2012, the Prix Pictet exhibition is now on world tour.

Her new book The Table of Power 2, was nominated for the ‘2012 Paris Photo/ Aperture Book Award’ as one the ten best photo books of the year. The book appeared on the shortlist for the ‘PHotoEspaña Best Photography Book of the Year Award’, and received a second place.

In 2013 she is the winner of the Dutch Doc Award 2013 in Amsterdam and has been shortlisted for two European photography awards; the 2013 Henri Cartier-Bresson Award in Paris and the Entrepeneur 4.0 Award in Harthausen (Germany).

Most recently she has been longlisted for Prix Pictet 2013.

Hassink’s work has appeared in The Financial Times, Le Monde, The New York Times, El Pais, Frankfurter Allgemeine, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Reuters, De Standaard, NZZ, Newsweek, Fortune, Wired and more.