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I'm showing a small part of the first research I did for my new project 'Close encounters (working title)', together with work of 11 other artists who were also part of the program at WitteRook.
On Sunday at 15.00 I’m giving an Artist Talk together with Egbert Jonkers, moderated by Gert-Jan van den Bemd.
Opening Friday 22 November: 19.30-22.00
Saturday and Sunday: 13.00-17.00
Stokvishallen, Belcrumweg 58, Breda
Selected for De Beeldmakers
My work got featured on Vandejonglikes as part of the competition De Beeldmakers, in which Vandejong and Het Parool scout the most promising new image makers in the Netherlands.
‘How to Farm a Fish’ at UNSEEN book market
The dummy of ‘How to Farm a Fish’ was on show at the UNSEEN book market last weekend, at the stand of FOTODOK and AKV|St. Joost. Please keep in touch for the new edition of the book, planning to be launched in fall 2020.
Homerun#1 at Willem Twee art space
My work is part of the exhibition ‘Homerun#1, Nature’ at Willem Twee art space in ‘s-Hertogenbosch.
“Homerun offers artists the opportunity to display their work in a special context. For the next 5 years we will bring one important piece of Dutch art to Willem Twee every summer. The first edition of Homerun has the theme Nature and the key work is "Garden Awakening" from 2018 by Marc Mulders. The work serves as a prelude to the group exhibition.”
Akmar, Jasper van Aarle, Michiel van Bakel, Danielle van Broekhoeven, Tessa Chaplin, Paul Corvers, Mels Dees, Gerard Van Den Dobbelsteen, Mandy den Elzen, Anjès Gesink, Fred Geven, Noortje Haegens, Jenny Imker, Bas Ketelaars, Jenetta de Konink , René Korten, Fang Mij, Marc Mulders, Kathelijne Roosen, Ies Schüte, Debbie Schoone, Shirley Welten and Helene de Winter.
1 June to 7 July 2019, opening Saturday 1 June, 3.30 p.m.
Willem Twee music and visual arts
5211 VD 's-Hertogenbosch
More about the exhibition can be found here.