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The new exhibition Vincent was here in Antwerp is going well !
There are some other exhibitions this summer where Karin Borghouts' work can be seen.
Have a nice summer!

The room where Vincent van Gogh died in Auvers-sur-Oise, © Karin Borghouts, 2019

Vincent was here

"Karin Borghouts has her own highly personal take on Van Gogh's work. Going beyond the thorough knowledge of his oeuvre, she has visited the places where he lived and worked. That is where she took the photographs that evoke Van Gogh's work but whose original compositions and use of colour are also marked by a powerful style that is emphatically her own." Sjraar van Heugten, art historian and curator, former head of Collections at the Van Gogh Museum.

This is the third Vincent was here exhibition, which is different each time and adapted to the specific space. There are 24 photos on display. This exhibition is part of the AntwerpPhoto Festival that runs until the end of September in the nearby Pilotage Building (near MAS). A walk has been mapped out to participating photo galleries and FOMU in Antwerp.

The photography book Vincent was here is a publication of Gallery Ronny Van de Velde and available in Rossaert, in the AntwerpPhoto shop and online.

Vincent was here, Rossaert, Antwerp, Belgium

Vincent was here

Solo exhibition
Karin Borghouts
Until September 26, 2021
Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday 1 - 6 pm
Free entrance.

Nosestraat 7 - 2000 Antwerp, Belgium

Info AntwerpPhoto Festival

Rossaert, a branch of Gallery Ronny Van de Velde, Nosestraat 7, Antwerp, Belgium

The Royal Palace in Brussels

The Royal Palace in Brussels can be visited free of charge until 29 August. There are no temporary exhibitions this year due to corona. A great opportunity to see the artworks of Michael Borremans, Jan Fabre and others. Since 2011, Karin Borghouts has been taking photographs of the Royal Palace and the Royal Greenhouses. These photos are mainly used for books, guides and postcards. Here you can see her photos of the interiors and book your visit: Royal Palace Brussels

Michael Borremans in the Royal Palace Brussels ©Karin Borghouts

You are here

For this group exhibition, curator Daan Rau chose photographic images of indeterminate places.

U bent hier / Vous êtes ici / Sie sind hier / You are here

Morbee Gallery - Paulusstraat 7 - 8300 Knokke-Heist, Belgium
Until August 22, 2021. Open every day 3:30 - 7 pm. Free entrance.

Library ©Karin Borghouts 2015, 90 x 110 cm


The Yper Museum unravels the mysterious relationship between man and cat through time and in other cultures.

Puss. How cats have captured humans.

Yper Museum
Grote Markt 34, 8900 Ieper, Belgium
Until 16 January 2022. Reserve your visit.

Series Rigor Mortis - Cat, 2015 © Karin Borghouts 45 x 65 cm.

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