Video triptych The Last Waltz | Homo Bulla Museum De Lakenhal 10. March till 2. July 2023 Website
Museum De Lakenhal has screened video triptych: ‘The Last Waltz’ from 10. March to 2 .July 2023. This triptych is part of seventeen video works shot at De Meelfabriek Leiden between 2019 and 2021 with the umbrella title ‘Homo Bulla’.
On view, during the exhibition ‘David Bailly – Time, death and vanity’ from 10 March to 2 July 2023. Museum De Lakenhal – Oude Singel 32 – 2312RA Leiden
Friday 14. April 2023 – Museum De Lakenhal – Leiden
Luuk Heezen (known from the podcast Kunst is Lang among other things) asked Koen Hauser, Bram Kortekaas and Inge Reisberman about how they relate to the themes of time, death and vanity, and how David Bailly’s work has (or has not) inspired them in their own creative process.
More info about my video-triptych The Last Waltz | Homo Bulla, screened in Museum De Lakenhal till 2. July 2023
Homo Bulla Est Solo exhibition in ‘De Utrecht’ in Leeuwarden 16 September – 17 December 2022
De Utrecht, an art nouveau monument combined with contemporary art in Leeuwarden, acquired two videos by Inge Reisberman (Almelo 1959) in 2021, in which ants play the lead role. With this exhibition, the desire to show more of her videowork has been realized. More small animals and amazing natural manifestations make temporary appearances in the building. From the series Homo Bulla, De Utrecht will present two satellite videos as well as other new and existing videoworks. and a digital.
The existential themes Inge Reisberman brings up in her “slow cinema” videos are delicately mixed with a touch of poetry. In the laconic and observational style of filming, lightness is given plenty of space. Those who allow themselves to spend some time in the parallel world discover depth and wonder. Curator Ra van der Hoek
Jubilee exhibition – B(ring) Y(our) O(wn) B(eamer) During Museumnacht Den Haag on October 8, 2022, Pulchri will bring extra attention to this event.
Participants: Gabriela Acha, Haoua Amadou, Vita Buivid, Danny Choi, Lara Deutz, Joyce Ennik, Johannes Gerard, Lia Harkes, Samantha Rees, Inge Reisberman, Ana Priscila Rodriguez, Rafael Roozendaal, Sona Sahakian en Brigitte Spiegeler.
Participating artists: Coen Vernooij, Inge Reisberman, Lenneke van der Goot, Lise Sore, Lon Godin, Louise te Poele, Maaike Kramer, Marena Seeling, Maureen Bachaus, Nikki van Es, Roos van Dijk, Rozemarijn Westerink, Wanda Tuerlinckx, Casper Verborg, Els van ‘t Klooster, Helen Vergouwen, Jan Maarten Voskuil, Natascha Waeyen, Rob Bouwman, Suzanne Hartmans, Wieteke Heldens
Participating artists: Paul Cremer, Casper Faasen, Vincent Icke, Tim Juffermans, Thijs Kelder, Kees Kranenburg, Allart Lakke, Rémi de Ligny, Inge Reisberman, Marjolein van Haasteren, Peter Zuur, Izaak Zwartjes
Rijksmuseum Twenthe – Collectie Wilploo 23 January – 6 June 2022
From 23 January to 6 June 2022, Rijksmuseum Twenthe is exhibiting a major retrospective on the Wilploo Collection. Over the past ten years, the museum has received several donations from this private collection of contemporary art, which was established by Enschede-based collector Ingrid Blans. The exhibition features work by Lou Louber, Raquel Maulwurf, Elsbeth Cochius, Saskia Jetten, Zoltin Peeter, Inge Reisberman and Renie Spoelstra, among others.