Eilandje Antwerp Belgium © Karin Borghouts 2017
URBAN PHOTOGRAPHER IN ANTWERP
The exhibition ‘Urban Photographer | Stadsfotograaf’ brings Antwerp's many faces to the city museum MAS. Fifteen photographers supply a diverse range of photos. Curated by Kaat Celis.
Ameye | Jef Beirinckx | Karin Borghouts | Frederik Buyckx | Sanne De
Wilde | Jasper Léonard | Charlotte Lybeer | Sigrid Spinnox | Davy Van
Laere | Stany Dederen | Sacha Jennis | Dieter De
Lathauwer | Myriam
Vertenten | Lara D'hondt | Ksenia Galiaeva
With 9 large pictures by Karin Borghouts
Urban Photographer - Stadsfotograaf
made a film about MAS in Antwerp, which also includes the Rubens house and the Middelheimmuseum and interviews with Luc Tuymans and Guillaume Bijl.
View here online (53 min. French) Karin Borghouts will be in the picture at the end at 45 min.
Exhibitionview ZZAJ, cc Zwaneberg - Hnita Jazzclub 160 x 160 cm © Karin Borghouts 2017
An associative exhibition that tries to capture the spirit of jazz in contemporary visual art, composed by the Voorkamer and cc Zwaneberg.
Pierre Bastien (FR) | Karin Borghouts | Geert Clarisse | Johan De
Wilde | Reinhard Doubrawa (DE) | Walter Hermans | Bart Maris | Phill
Niblock (US) | Ben Van den Berghe | Bruno Vandenberghe | Patrick Vanden
Eynde | Klaas Vanhee | Catherine Ross (US) & Taylor Haskins (US) |
Batia Suter (CH)
With 5 pictures by Karin Borghouts
Room of Perception, © Karin Borghouts, 100 x 65 x 65 cm
MUSEUM TO SCALE
This impressive installation of 83 mini-museums created by Belgian artists (including Karin's Room of Perception) can be looked at from March 19, 2017 in the Ghisla Art Collection in Locarno, Switzerland.
Museum to scale is initiated by Gallery Ronny Van de Velde.
Exhibitionview series Reliquiae, Yorkshire Terriër, archival pigment print, 50 x 75 cm © Karin Borghouts
THE BEAUTY OF THE BEAST
Animal Art by Old and New Masters
Exhibition in a beautiful castle near to the river Scheldt, with old paintings and sculptures of the
Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp and artworks by contemporary artists.
6 new presented photographs of Karin Borghouts, series 'Reliquiae', are exhibited in the children's room of the castle.
Until 15 October 2017
Hingene (Province Antwerp)
Tickets 10 euro
Individual visitors are welcome on Sundays from 1 pm to 6 pm or on Mondays 2 pm on appointment for a guided tour.
is the title of the Noorderlicht 2017 International Photography
Festival. This 24th edition is about science and the representation of
it by photographers and artists. The exhibitions revolve around the
human urge to want to understand and control the world around us.
NUCLEUS (‘the core’) is about discovery and progress.
Six pictures of the series 'Reliquiae' by Karin Borghouts are selected for the Noorderlicht Festival.
NUCLEUS will take place from 22st October - 26nd November in Groningen and Assen, the Netherlands
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