‘ P R E V I E W ‘
Galerie Pennings is reopening its doors with its new group exhibition PREVIEW,and celebrating its new and larger location. In April, the gallery moves from the first floor to the ground floor of the building next door, where we now have 700 m² at our disposal. More room for new activities!
The participants are Fieke van Berkom, Hans Biezen, Paul Bogaers, Theo Derksen, Erwin van Doorn & Inge Nabuurs, Claire Felicie, Anne Geene & Arjan de Nooy, Martijn van de Griendt, Noortje Haegens, Risk Hazekamp, Wiesje Peels, Willem Popelier, Martin & Inge Riebeek, Ilse Schrama and Helen Sear.
Photography, video work and new media art: a PREVIEW of what you can expect in the future at Galerie Pennings.
The official opening takes place on Sunday 15 April 2018 from 13.00 to 15.00
with a continuous opening performance of Studio Huid en Haar.
We welcome you at our new address: Geldropseweg 63 Eindhoven.
Opening hours: Wednesday to Saturday from 12:00 to 17:00, Thursday to 19:00
and by appointment.
R E A L I T E I T E N
L u u k H u i s k e s – P a u l B o g a e r s – J o h n S i k k i n g
19 augustus t/m 17 september 2017
Magazine Gonzo (circus) no. 139, May 2017,
with an interview (in Dutch) on the subject of
‘cultural appropriation’ and the work of the artist.
G E V O N D E N V O O R W E R P E N
( F O U N D O B J E C T S )
Chantal Rens – Tessa van Helden –
Paul Bogaers – Robin Gerris
Spoorlaan 21 i-k
5038 CB TILBURG
maandag t/m vrijdag van 09.00 – 17.00 uur en in het weekend van 13.00 – 17.00 uur
A P P A R I T I O N S
Paul Bogaers – Myriam Mihindou
14 Jan. –
25 Feb. 11 March 2017
3512 HB UTRECHT
WO – ZA – 12.00 – 17.00 u
artist talk 24 Febuary 2016
with Alexandra van Dongen
20 Jan. – 10 March 2017
Dreef 3, Haarlem
a book providing a wide selection of my photographic combination works. Although this section of my work is perhaps best known, it has not been published in a book so far.
On the occasion of the exposure of two of these works in the Photo Festival in Arles, Stereosophic Conjunctions has been released. A selection of twenty-seven photo combinations from the past years, originally printed on black and white photographic baryta paper and mounted on wooden/cardboard frames, and displayed here in a deep, rich duotone.
The book, which measures 27 x 21 cm and counts 48 pages, is published by Timmer Art Books (which is an imprint of Lecturis Publishers). It costs € 17.50 and can be ordered by transferring this sum to IBAN NL97ASNB 0707 166 470, P. Bogaers, Tilburg, indicating the shipping address. The book will be shipped, within Europe, at no extra cost. Outside Europe, please inquire. You can send me an email.
There is also a special edition available in a limited edition of 100 copies, which comprises the book and a signed and numbered C-print of the cover photo, the size 25,4 x 20,2 cm. The price is € 50, – including shipping, and can be ordered in the same way.
4 July – 25 September
curator: Erik Kessels
25 June – 30 July
Rento Brattinga galerie
20 May – 17 July 2016
Geestverwanten (Kindred Spirits),
wall installation for Martijn & Agniet Snoep, private art collectors, Amsterdam.
Installed March 2016:
Invisible Missive Dream Conjunction,
wall installation for De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek N.V., Amsterdam.
Four new extended photography works by Paul Bogaers
exclusively for Foam Editions.
Every work in an edition of 5, handcrafed so all of these will be slightly different.
Check and order here.
Published on Urbanautica: phototalk Sanne Kabalt with Paul Bogaers.
Booth 76 – Pennings Gallery
Paul Bogaers – ‘extended photography’ (photographic and dimensional works)
Anne Geene – photography
Noortje Haegens – photography and video
Six small studies, Luycks Gallery, Tilburg,
group show A Thing of Beauty, December 2014 – January 2015.
2014 Summer exhibition in Kunstpodium T, Tilburg, Noordstraat 105.
First larger scale presentation of recent photographic and dimensional works.
My studio portrayed in Hans de Bruijn’s Atelier – 90 kunstenaarsportretten.
Published May 2014 by 99Publishers.
Klik hier voor een atelierbezoek van Irma van Bommel (tekst) en Piet den Blanken (foto’s) bij Paul Bogaers, verschenen op Brabant Cultureel.
Lees over een ontmoeting tussen Merel Bem en een paraattas..! Hier >