Series 'A painter's house' © Karin Borghouts, 2017 - 2018 archival pigment print
TRACES OF MEMORY
Karin Borghouts photography - Mieke Teirlinck paintings
Karin Borghouts shows a new series of photos: ‘A painter’s house’.
After his death, the house of the painter Marten Melsen (1870-1947) was inhabited by his daughters. The sisters continued to live there until they were well into their eighties. They kept the house intact, as their father left it behind.The photos of these authentic interiors offer a view to a time that is not too far behind us, but yet has ended. Through her art painters education, and also due to a beautiful light, Karin Borghouts knows how to unveil this photogenic environment with a special and empathic sensitivity.
Karin Borghouts is an artist photographer best known for her series The house, photos of her burned parental house.
The recent paintings by Mieke Teirlinck depict a great sensitivity to traumatic memories.
October 27, 2018 - January 6, 2019
Open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday 2 - 6 pm (from December 24 every day, except 25/12 and 1/1)
Karin is present on Sunday December 16 and January 6.
Zeedijk 816 - Het Zoute
Exhibitionview Gallery De Mijlpaal Knokke, left photo Karin Borghouts, right painting Mieke Teirlinck
Also on view in Knokke:
Until 16 December 16
Dumortierlaan 8, 8300 Knokke Belgium
'Experimental photography in Belgium' in the house Huib Hoste
Series 'The house', archival piment print, 270 x 180 cm and 120 x 80 cm, © Karin Borghouts, 2012-2017
BLACK. HERMETISCH ZWART.
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.
Karin Borghouts, Stijn Cole,
Warner Berkmans, Eduardo Chilida, Bert De
Leeuw, Frederik De Wilde,
Trees De Mits, Dave Donne, Eugene Dodeigne,
Nick Ervinck, Frits
Jeurinck, Bart Lens, Lore Langendries, Jeroen Maes,
Jorge Manilla, Joke
Raes, Mireille Robbe, Thomas Ruff, Engelbert van
Anderlecht, Ann Van
Hoey, Filip Vervaet, Karen Wuytens a.o.
November 18, 2018 - January, 27, 2019
Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday 2-6 pm
(December 24 - January 6 every day, except 25/12 and 1/1)
The house (of my childhood burned down and I went in to take pictures)
Collector's item! Only a few signed artist books available with an archival pigment print. Send an e-mail to Karin Borghouts. 250 euro + postage costs. Look here
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