This will be the last week to visit 'A Monkey Peeled an Onion' at Galerie Caroline O'Breen. The gallery will be open from Wednesday until Saturday. Hope to see you there!
Seelevel Gallery, founded by Caroline O’Breen in 2009, will be rebranded to Caroline O’Breen and will open its new gallery space at Sint Nicolaasstraat 50, Amsterdam.
Opening: June 8, 5pm
Exhibition: June 8 until July 22
With works by: Laurence Aëgerter, Emily Bates, Marijn Bax, Marjolein Blom, Tanja Engelberts, Anne Geene and Arjan de Nooy, Sarah Mei Herman, Géraldine Jeanjean, Miho Kajioka, Ola Lanko, Bertien van Manen, Antoinette Nausikaä, Satijn Panyigay, Diana Scherer, Carolien Scholtes, Wouter Stelwagen, Maarten van Schaik, Witho Worms
I am very happy to share with you that Double Slit Experiment will be on show at Fotografia Europea 2017. This annual photography festival will be held in Reggio Emilia, Italy, from may 5th until july 9th. This year's theme will be Time Maps. Memory, Archives, Future.
The opening of the festival will be on friday may 5th at 6pm.
On saturday may 6th at 5pm I will give a guided tour at Via Secchi 11, Reggio Emilia.
I am looking forward to see you!
For more info about the festival, please have a look at:
From today until the 31st of december Double Slit Experiment and (Anti)Matter will be on show at Het Kunstlokaal in De School, Amsterdam.
(Anti)Matter can be visited for free during concerts and club hours, just as the video works by Misha de Ridder and Charlotte Dumas. Double Slit Experiment can be visited every day of the week during opening hours of Cafe DS.
Mathis Neuhaus wrote a nice article about the exhibition for De School's Blog. You can read it here:
I am happy to participate in a group show of Seelevel Gallery, with a.o. Laurence Aegerter, Ola Lanko and Marijn Bax during ART Rotterdam 2016. ART Rotterdam will take place from February 11 until February 14 in the old VanNellefabriek. Visit the gallery at booth 54!
One of the works on show will be Hundred Years. It is a double image of the Bromo volcano, Java, Indonesia. The first image is a drawing from a more than hundred year old geography schoolbook, which I found in my father's collection of antique books. The other one, is a photograph made by me in 2009.
As this one composed image reveals, not much has changed in the hundred years that passed. Sometimes, traveling back to the past is not a hard thing to do.
Archival print on fine art paper. Size print: 18 x 24cm. Frame: walnut wood