All posts tagged: exhibition

Unseen photo fair, Amsterdam

A few weeks  ago I went to “Unseen”. This  photo fair was a four days celebration of inspiration and talent at the Westergasfabriek in Amsterdam. Galleries from all around the world presented their work. I was overwhelmed by the diversity of ideas, techniques and subjects of photographers. Close to my heart was were the collages with different materials integrated such as paper and threads. Till next year! The thread works are by the amazing Julie Cockburn. The tower in the photo is a real tower (!) in Hong Kong. The big portraits on the floor and walls are a part of this.

My new book is published!

A few months ago I received a very exciting mail send by the lovely Séverine Gallardo from Edition Marguerite Waknine, a french publishing house specialized in contemporary art. They were interested in publishing a book about my art work. I can’t say enough how happy and honored I feel. It was a very interesting process of collecting and choosing the suitable work. After all these weeks of preparations, here it is: A beautiful new handsome book! You can check their site for more details and look around to see their other exciting books!

“Too web or not to web” – International Triennial of Mini-textiles

Very happy and proud to be a part of the 10th international triennial of mini-textiles. From December 15 2012 to Monday till May 20 2013 in Angers, France. “For the seventh consecutive edition in Angers, Jean-Lurçat museum and contemporary tapestry organizes this winter, the 10th international triennial of mini-textiles. The theme for the artists is “Too web or not to web” / “Too canvas or not.” For over fifteen years, the city of Angers and its museum of contemporary tapestry offer this appointment expected between contemporary textiles and the public. Each artist presents a work made from wire or its symbolic dimension which must not exceed 12 x 12 x 12 cm (surface or volume). Modesty format combines with the talent and diversity of famous artists and become young and old come together. A jury of artists, experts, teachers, curators, met and selected 68 works that make up this exhibition, among 462 proposals. Over 20 countries are represented.”