A painter's house © Karin Borghouts, 2017 - 2018  archival pigment print 75 x 60 cm

Duo exhibition
Karin Borghouts
 - Mieke Teirlinck 
Images of a sometimes oppressive domesticity. Photography and painting brought together in an intriguing exhibition by curator Lut Maris.
October 27, 2018 - January 6, 2019
Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday 2-6 pm

Karin Borghouts is present on Sunday November 11 and 25. Welcome!

Gallery De Mijlpaal pop-up
Zeedijk 816 - Het Zoute (at the seaside)
8300 Knokke
0032 11 43 52 02

A painter's house, photo © Karin Borghouts, 2017                     The appointment, oil on canvas © Mieke Teirlinck, 2017
You can also visit these exhibitions in Knokke: 

Experimental photography in Belgium
Gallery Ronny Van de Velde in the house of Huib Hoste
Dumortierlaan 8 (hoek Mosselmansstraat)
8300 Knokke Belgium
Open fr-sat-sun 12 am - 6 pm
Stephan Balkenhol in CC Scharpoord


 Series 'The house' © Karin Borghouts, 2012-2013, archival piment print, 100 x 160 cm               



The title of the exhibition refers to the book 'L'œuvre au noir' (Het hermetisch zwart), a historical novel by Marguerite Yourcenar (the first female member of the Académie Française) in which she describes the tragic fate of the Flemish sixteenth-century physician, alchemist and philosopher Zeno. The inspiration for the exhibition refers to the moment in alchemy in which everything becomes charred.

November 18, 2018 - January, 27, 2019
Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday 2-6 pm

Gallery De Mijlpaal
Brugstraat 45
3550 Heusden-Zolder
0032 11 43 52 02




 Karin Borghouts and Filip Dujardin were commissioned by Proximus to photograph a number of former RTT buildings (the former Belgian telegraph and telephone company). A book about this with text by, among others, architecture critic Marc Dubois will be published in April 2019. A photographic work by Karin will also be included in the Proximus Art Collection, which consists of 50% of art photography.

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