Opening Watou 2017 Belgium, by Minister of Culture Sven Gatz. On the screen left: Imago/Self-portrait 5. Imago/Self-portrait 5 is presented in Location #1: Festivalhuis.
From 1st of July until 3rd of September the 37th edition of the Watou Art Festival takes over the village Watou situated in Belgium on the French border. With solitude and unbearable loneliness as the central theme, we bring together collected stories of artists and poets. Imago/Self-portrait 5 will be presented, on loan from the ING … Read More
Art in Oisterwijk, editie Me, Myself & Ik David/Self-portrait 11 and Self-portrait 4 will be presented.
In the early morning of November 9th we will know the answer. Discussions will flourish during the All American Breakfast in the Stadsschouwburg in Amsterdam. In Case will be present. And will silently demonstrate us the fact that any sense of attachment to era and location are relative concepts.
The exposition Silver Art in the Nederlands will open on April 16th in the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag. A series of 140 Silver Artworks, produced over the past 25 years, will be shown. The exposition will be accompanied by a lavishly illustrated book in Dutch and English by publisher Waanders. We are pleased that the work Narcissus/Self-portrait … Read More
SmithDavidson Gallery presents the work David/Self-portrait 11, at this years Tefaf. The stand #531. The Tefaf runs from 11 – 20 march 2016
Opening night Part II – text by Tatjana Schäfer Chapter I: 15.01.2016 – 14.02.2016 and Chapter II: 18.02.2016 – 02.04. 2016 Private views : January 15th and February 18th: 6-10 pm with works by: Emilie BENOIST, Caspar BERGER, Yumi CHUNG, Riikka HYVÖNEN, Athar JABER, Yuki KOBAYASHI, Nikolay KONSTANTINOV, Sarah LEDERMAN, Noemi NIEDERHAUSER, Stefan PAPCO, William JAMES THURMAN, Bogdan VLADUTA, Paul WEINER and others. opening night part II Chabah Yelmani Gallery Chaussée … Read More
Proud to announce that the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam has acquired the Torso RM/Self-portrait 6. This sculpture will find it’s permanent place in the gardens of the museum in 2016.