On Strength and Character - Laura de Mildt
14.05.2022 – 25.06.2022
With portraits of more than 100 women from 45 sports disciplines, Laura de Mildt aims to give a representative picture of the Dutch top sportswoman, by making no distinction in age, performance, physical limitations or background. They are all women who clearly stand for who they are and what they do.
Congo Connecting - Carl De Keyzer
11.12.2021 – 16.04.2022
In this exhibition a selection of photos from the serie 'Congo' (2010) by Carl De Keyzer is shown again. What impact do these photos have today? Do we now look at our colonial past differently and are we more aware of the consequences that it had and still has today?
Marja Vink - Warriors
04.09.21 - 30.10.21
The presentation 'Warriors' by Eindhoven visual artist Marja Vink fitted in nicely with the exhibition 'Migration' by Piet den Blanken and Stijn Peeters. Marja Vink often uses newspaper photos as the basis for her work. Photos of refugees, but also of the aggressors, the soldiers from whom the people flee.
Rik Kooke - Talent Wall #5
30.12.20 - 01.06.21
“Whoever enters the forest in the evening around twilight experiences how the forest changes from day to night. As night falls, the animals begin to become active, while most of us long for the safety and warmth of our homes. The forest has something magical for me at that moment.”
Martin & Inge Riebeek - All the world is a stage
30.08.20 - 31.10.20
The artist duo Martin and Inge Riebeek became known for the video portraits they shot in various places around the world and presented under the name The Essential. Over the years they made 500 video portraits in 23 different countries. They also made recordings of performers at each location.
Talent Wall #4 - Myrtle van Duppen
30.08.20 - 05.11.20
Mirte van Duppen is working on a video installation about the automation of agriculture in the Netherlands. About how production processes and technological innovation in the Netherlands make us think (again) about the relationship between nature and culture, technology and craft and the traditional distinction between city and countryside.