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This summer, Karin Borghouts' new exhibition Vincent was here will be on display in Antwerp. Vincent van Gogh stayed in Antwerp in Belgium for three months in 1885-1886.
Too bad, the exhibition The House has ended now, but the new photography book The House is still available and two group exhibitions in Knokke and Ypres Belgium have started. We wish you a nice summer!

Church in Auvers-sur-Oise ©Karin Borghouts 2017, archival pigment print, 65 x 50 cm

Vincent was here

Photographer Karin Borghouts followed the path of Vincent van Gogh from his Dutch birthplace in Zundert to Auvers-sur-Oise in France. She has also reconstructed more of 30 of his still lifes and photographed them. Vincent was here is a visual investigation exploring the boundary between photography and painting.

The exhibition takes place in art gallery and bookstore Rossaert. In this Vincent was here exhibition, the accent lies on the still lifes: from dark Brabant still lifes in Rembrandtian light to exuberantly colourful still lifes and bouquets from Vincent’s Southern period.

This Vincent was here exhibition is part of the AntwerpPhoto Festival which takes place at only 5 minutes walking distance. A walk has been mapped out from the Pilotage Building to the participating photo galleries in Antwerp.

The book Vincent was here is published by Ronny Van de Velde and is available in Rossaert and in the bookshop of Antwerp Photo or online.

Follow Karin Borghouts in Vincent was here (12 minutes). Video Lena Watters.

Rossaert

Rossaert used to be a ​‘klakkenwinkel’, a shop selling sailor’s caps and uniforms, located in Antwerp’s sailor's district. The century-old house is situated against St. Paul’s Church and has three floors. It has been meticulously restored while retaining the original shop fittings. Rossaert is a branch of Gallery Ronny Van de Velde.

Rossaert, Nosestraat 7, Antwerp Belgium

Vincent was here

Personal exhibition
Karin Borghouts
June 25 - September 26, 2021
Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday 1 - 6 pm.
Free entry.

Karin Borghouts will be present from 16 to 31 July on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Welcome!

Rossaert
Nosestraat 7
2000 Antwerp Belgium

Info AntwerpPhoto Festival
www​.ron​ny​van​de​velde​.com
www.vincentwashere.com

The House

The personal exhibition Het huis in Behind Bars -art space- Antwerp has ended and was very much appreciated by many visitors.
Look here
The beautiful photography book The House is still available (32 euros) and there are still some special editions with an archival pigment print (195 euros). Link at the bottom of this message.

New photography book THE HOUSE

You are here

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

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

Morbee Gallery - Paulusstraat 7 - 8300 Knokke-Heist, Belgium
Until 22 August 2021. Open every day 3:30 - 7:00 pm. Free entry.

Library ©Karin Borghouts 2015, 90 x 110 cm

Puss

The Yper Museum unravels the mysterious relationship between man and cat through time and in other cultures. Top names include Francisco Goya, Jan Fabre, Stephan Vanfleteren, David Teniers de Oude, Roger Raveel e.o.

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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