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Fortunately, we can still visit exhibitions. A new Vincent was here exhibition will start on December 17 at the Citadel of Namur, Belgium. With almost 40 large photos, this is the largest Vincent was here exhibition to date. And there is more...

Sea at Scheveningen NL - Series Vincent was here ©Karin Borghouts 105 x 131 cm

Vincent was here

Vincent was here is a personal visual project on the intersection between photography and painting and full of references to the paintings of Vincent van Gogh. The exhibition was launched in autumn 2019 in Het Noordbrabants Museum (NL). Vincent was here can be viewed in three rooms of the visitor centre Terra Nova in the Citadel of Namur, Belgium.

At Musée Félicien Rops in Namur an exhibition Dans les yeux de Van Gogh is now on view with paintings and drawings of Belgian contemporaries of Vincent van Gogh.

A double ticket with Musée Félicien Rops provides access and you get also a discount to fly from one exposition to the other with the new cable car. Guided tours for groups are possible.

Info Citadelle Namur

Info Musée Félicien Rops

A pair of shoes - Serie Vincent was here ©Karin Borghouts 38 x 45 cm

Personal exhibition

Vincent was here
Karin Borghouts

December, 17 2021 - March, 6 2022
Citadelle Namur
(Terra Nova)
Route Merveilleuse 64
Namur, Belgium
Open on Wednesday and Friday 1 - 5 pm and on Saturday and Sunday 10 - 5 pm.
During the Christmas and Carnival holidays, open every day 10 am - 5 pm.
Closed 24, 25 and 31 December and 1 January.

'Vincent was here' by Karin Borghouts, published by Gallery Ronny Van de Velde.

Because of Vincent in Breda

The exhibition Because of Vincent will show highlights from the museum's collection as well as works produced by the artist-in-residence programme of the Van GoghHuis in Zundert.

Because of Vincent (Vanwege Vincent)
Van Gogh's birthplace as
December 18 - May 1, 2022
Stedelijk Museum Breda
Boschstraat 22
NL 4811GH Breda
The Netherlands

Info Stedelijk Museum Breda

Visit Van GoghHuis Zundert

Church in Auvers-sur-Oise (after Van Gogh) ©Karin Borghouts 2017, 65 x 50 cm


Gallery De Mijlpaal will show an exhibition with floral elements. A ray of hope in these dark times.

November 21, 2021 - February 27, 2022
Soundsourcing (winterconcert): December 19, 3pm by Rob Sweere, free but registration required.

Gallery De Mijlpaal
Brugstraat 45
Heusden-Zolder Belgium

Open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 2 to 6 pm.
December 27 - 30 daily open. Closed on 25/12 and 1/1.

Twee zonnebloemen (naar Van Gogh), ©Karin Borghouts, 2018, 55 x 65 cm.


Meanwhile, Karin Borghouts works on various architectural projects commissioned by governments and architects.

She recently photographed the City Hall in Tilburg, commissioned by Dedrie Architecten. A work of art by Fransje Gimbrère floats in the council chamber.

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Town Hall Tilburg NL. Artwork 'Cirrus' Fransje Gimbrère ©Karin Borghouts

THE HOUSE book and... beer

After previous publications had been sold out, Karin made a new book of photographs from The House, the series of photos from her burned parental home. Published by Snoeck Publishers on the occasion of the haunting exhibition at Behind Bars art space in Antwerp. Graphic designer Jean-Michel Meyers. The exhibition has ended but the book is still for sale at 32 euro. There are also a limited number of special editions with book + print available at 195 euro.

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Speciale edition THE HOUSE, book + print 195 euro

STROOMbrouwers brewed an oatmeal stout beer with a picture from The House on the can. A tasty artist label winter beer. Soon also to be ordered online.
Stroom, Forelstraat 27, Ghent, Belgium
Wed-Sat 11am-7:30pm
Fri 11am-7pm

Oatmeal Stout beer THE HOUSE -

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The photobooks of Karin Borghouts are also for sale in the Rossaert, Nosestraat 7, Antwerp, Belgium or in specialised bookstores.

Special editions (book + a small print) can only be ordered online.

Paris Impasse book Karin Borghouts, published by Snoeck in fall 2020, 38 euro

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