Exhibition: Transparency

  JH     14/07/2017     Comments (0)

‘Transparency’ is a photo exhibition that researches the symbiosis between the diversity of worlds around us and the role that architecture plays in it. Every individual experiences this kind of interaction in different ways. One can recognise himself – and act – as visitor, voyeur, partner, passer-by or outsider.
Is it the spatial condition that triggers these new roles? What role does architecture play? What influence does it have on the interaction between people? Between perceptions? And which role does the photographer have in relation to the architecture and the people?
 
The exhibition shows work of 6 photographers; Baijg, Raban Haaijk, Tamara Stoevelaar, Ossip van Duivenbode, Sebastian van Damme and Zoë D. Cochia.  
 
‘Transparency’ is the first result of a collaboration between NIFFO Gallery and IMAGE OF THE CITY Each quarter of the year, a new exhibition will be organised, combining work by artist represented by IMAGE OF THE CITY and other work.
 
Opening: Friday August 11th at 17.00hrs
The exhibition last until August 30th.
 

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New Artist: Hellen Jeronimus

  JH     26/04/2017     Comments (0)

Great new art: Photography by Hellen Jeronimus.
Corroding objects turned into abstract, colourful and sensual bodies.

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New shop in Rotterdam

  JH     26/04/2017     Comments (0)

Happy to announce: Our work is available in a great new place:
INCONCEPT, Coolsingel 83.
 

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Crane with Cabin

  JH     07/02/2017     Comments (0)

ikRotterdam draw the city of Rotterdam. Sometimes important buildings, sometimes small things that happen. I came past this old port crane and recognised their work 'Hijskraanhuisje' (crane-with-cabin) from 2014.
Funny, a had passed this place hundreds of times, but only recognised it this time.

https://www.imageofthecity.com/Hijskraanhuisje-(2014),-ikRotterdam-(Art-Print)

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Kaap Vintage Markt 18 dec

  JH     15/12/2016     Comments (0)

We will be at Kaapse Markt #Christmas Edition on Sunday, dec. 18th.
Hope to see you!
 

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