Counterpart – Provinciehuis Haarlem 2 july – 1 october 2021
The ‘Dreef’ exhibition Counterpart highlighted contemporary art by seven South-Holland artists: Lily de Bont, Maurice Braspenning, Joncquil, Inge Reisberman, Simon Schrikker, Rik Smits and Renie Spoelstra. Guest-curator Aart van der Kuijl. The title Counterpart refers to the historical fact that North- and South-Holland were once united.
Animation Pulses on monitor in Paviljoen Welgelegen / Provinciehuis Haarlem
Provinciehuis, Dreef 3, 2012 HR Haarlem Recensie door Paul Lips van Spaarnestroom
Old School – 6 – 29 August 2021 Two Leiden based artists and two refugee artists with a residence permit, who have a connection with Leiden, meet each other for the first time. In the project sculptor Izaak Zwartjes is linked to Ayman Ghoujal (photographer and filmmaker) and video artist Inge Reisberman to Aeham Sadoon (actor, performer, poet). The work created during the exchange were on show in Old School in Leiden from 6 to 29 August 2021.
Discussion afternoon inMuseum De Lakenhal – 17 September 2021 The meetings have been filmed. Two short films by filmmaker Jan Stap will be premiered during a discussion afternoon in Museum De Lakenhal on Friday 17. September. Meta Knol (former director of Museum De Lakenhal) will lead this discussion platform.
* Website Stichting WijZijn/curator Nikita Swikker. * Artikel in Leidsch Cement, Old School by Sophie Jansen. * Artikel (Premium) in Leidsch Dagblad, Old School by Laura Heerlien. * Artikel Sleutelstad, Museum de Lakenhal by Gerry van Bakel. * Mini documentary Aeham-Inge, Lokhorst church by Jan Stap.
5 june – 12 september 2021 – Ten years of collecting in 100 artworks.
The highlight of the exhibition was the newly acquired work ‘View of Hampstead Heath: Child’s Hill, with Harrow in the distance’ from 1824 by the famous English landscape painter John Constable. In addition, Rijksmuseum Twenthe has been able to make a large number of acquistions in the domain of contemporary art, thanks to a contribution from the Mondriaan Fund’s Collection Programmes.
I am very delighted that my video triptych Respice Finem, acquired in 2019, was part of the exhibition.
Slow Movements – De Vishal, Haarlem 10 July – 8 August 2021
Slow movements was an exhibition about slow and organic processes of movement such as growth, decay, flow and gravity. In nature that surrounds us, everything is in motion. Sometimes so slow that it escapes the human eye. Slow transitions can occur through natural processes such as displacement and conversion.
Participating artists: Cellavie L*A*B*, Hanneke Francken, Mary Geradts, Marjolein van Haasteren, Arno Kramer, Inge Reisberman (curator), Lon Robbé and Izaak Zwartjes.
25 mei 2021 – Artwork Cell is donated to Rijksmuseum Twenthe from the private collection of Victor Pollé and Margreet Aalbers. The transfer took place on 22 May by Wibeke Vandevelde-Pollé and Egge-Jan Pollé. I am delighted that Cell has been included in the RMT collection. Cell is an artwork from the series Leadlines.
13- 15 november 2020 – Representing the Underrepresented.
LGW ON introduces a freely accessible online TV channel, broadcasting 13-15 Nov 2020, with films and documentaries selected by past performers, Reports from Other Continents, previously unseen LGW recordings, and more.
26 – 27 September 2020 – De Meelfabriek in Leiden has been vacant for a long time, but is now in transition into a modern complex with private homes, businesses, hotel and wellness center.
A current employee of the flour factory, who has known the building for years, and has therefore also acquired a special connection with it, makes his rounds through the buildings. He says goodbye to the spaces in his own way. An end of a period.
26 September – 27 October 2020 – Eleven artists, a poet and a photographer. The artists in the exhibition ‘ELF’ were given a synthetic skull. My contribution is the video ==CRACK== in an installation with the remains of the skull. Iniator and curator ELF: Walter Koemig.
9 t/m 23 augustus 2020 Ontgrendeld/Unlocked was the first exhibition after the closure due to COVID-19: a group exhibition with a broad collection of artists. One work by each artist was shown, 29 in total. Every day one or two artists were present in the gallery for extra explanation,
My animation Riverside was shown, as well as an edited still on Hahnemühle fine art paper.