Anja Niemi - 'In Character' at Gallery XII

Gallery XII, Loas Angeles (US)
Soloshow: May 4 - June 22, 2019

This will be the first exhibition of Anja Niemi on the West Coast in the US, in conjunction with the publication of her career monograph by Thames & Hudson.

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Mariken Wessels - 'The Photograph That Took the Place of a Mountain'

Vriend van Bavink, Amsterdam (NL)
Groupshow: May 24 – June 22, 2019
Opening Friday May 24, 17:00 - 20:00


The Photograph That Took the Place of a Mountain features recent and older works by Witho Worms (a coal mountain printed with its own carbon and portraits of a deceased man and woman printed with their own ashes); Marie-José Jongerius (palm trees in Los Angeles); Stephan Keppel (architectural motifs and urban textures from Amsterdam recycled through scanners and printers); Rein Jelle Terpstra (a selection from his collection of amateur black-and-white negatives of Dutch landscapes during WWII in which the war is nearly absent); Paul Kooiker (a diptych from the Eggs and Rarities series); Jan Hoek (collaborative portraits with photographers from Kenia); and Mariken Wessels (works from the Femina Ludens series).

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Mariken Wessels & Ruth van Beek - 'Spread' at Kunstverein Hildesheim

Kunstverein Hildesheim (DE)
Groupshow: April 12 – June 23, 2019
Opening Thursday April 11, 19:00 onwards.


Artist-as-Curator: Lotte Reimann
Kurator: Torsten Scheid
Kuratorische Assistenz: Charlotte Rosengarth

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Philippe Braquenier - 'Palimpsest' at Festival Circulation(s

Centquatre Paris (FR)
Groupshow: April 20 – June 30, 2019
Opening Saturday April 20, 14:00 - 20:30


The Circulation(s) festival is dedicated to the European photographic diversity and aims at discovering new talents. Since it has been created in 2011, Circulation(s) has exposed more than 382 artists, and gathered about 266 000 visitors. Both a springboard for young photographers and a laboratory of contemporary creativity, the festival occupies a specific place in the French and international photography, and attracts a constantly growing audience. It is now one of the inevitable photo events in Paris!

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Robin de Puy - Dutch Masters & Marvelous Misfits

Naarden Fotofestival (NL)
Groupshow: May 25 – June 30, 2019


The 16thedition of FotoFestival Naarden will take place from Saturday, May 25th to Sunday, June 30th, 2019. Curators are photographer Koos Breukel and photo historian and author Hedy van Erp. Dutch Masters & Marvelous Misfits has been made with the intention to praise and include the misfit. The misfits presented at the FotoFestival are greater masters than they are given credit for – they are marvelous misfits.

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Mark Nettenbreijers - 'Being & Becoming'

Naarden Fotofestival (NL)
Groupshow: May 25 – June 30, 2019


The 16thedition of FotoFestival Naarden will take place from Saturday, May 25th to Sunday, June 30th, 2019.

What comes to light when photographing nature with the approach and intent of creating a portrait?

Looking at it not as an unnamed part of a landscape, but engaged more gently and focused, as an individual, a ‘portrait sitter’. A mortal being whose essence and traces of existence we can discover.

A handle for our longing to perceive more than what is visible. A mirror for our own existence, revealing that ‘being’ means ‘becoming’.

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Eva stenram - 'Home-Sweet-Home' at Les Rencontres d'Arles

Les Rencontres d'Arles, Maison des Peintres, Arles (FR)
Groupshow: July 01 - September 22, 2019


A look around the property that sheds light from different angles on the social, cultural and political realities, past and present, of British society.

Works by Ed Alcock (1974), Dana Ariel (1983), Keith Arnatt (1930-2008), Laura Blight (1985), Juno Calypso (1989), Natasha Caruana (1983), Mark Cawson (1959-2018), Edmund Clark (1963), John Paul Evans (1965), Anna Fox (1961), Ken Grant (1967), Anthony Haughey (1963), Tom Hunter (1965), Sarah Jones (1959), Peter Kennard (1949), Neil Kenlock (1950), Karen Knorr (1954), Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen (1948), Chris Leslie (1974), Stephen McCoy (1956), Iain McKell (1957), Michael McMillan (1962), Daniel Meadows (1952), David Moore (1961), John Myers (1944), Martin Parr (1952), Magda Segal (1959), Andy Sewell (1978), David Spero (1963), Eva Stenram (1976), Clare Strand (1973), Colin Thomas (1950), Gee Vaucher (1945), Gillian Wearing (1963)

Exhibition curator: Isabelle Bonnet.
Exposition coproduced by Institut pour la photographie, Hauts-de-France, and the Rencontres d’Arles.
Publication: Home Sweet Home, Isabelle Bonnet, Éditions Textuel, 2019.

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