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art Karlsruhe 21 to 24 February 2019
An event presented by

Planting, Eduard (Eduard Planting Gallery)

Eerste Bloemdwarsstraat 2 Links, 1016KS Amsterdam
Netherlands
Telephone (+31)653293000
info@eduardplanting.com

Location

  •   Hall 1 / S05

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art KARLSRUHE 2019 International Fair for Classic Modern and Contemporary Art hall map (Hall 1): stand S05

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art KARLSRUHE 2019 International Fair for Classic Modern and Contemporary Art fairground map: Hall 1

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Feiko Koster

Phone
+31653293000

Email
feiko@eduardplanting.com

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Hall 1 / S05

24.02.2019

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Explore and find out more about collecting fine art photography.

Everyday from the 21th until the 24 of february and during the whole (fair-)day you're welcome in our stand S 05 in Hal 1, with questions on collecting fine art photography.
Feiko Koster is an expert on collecting fine art photography since childhood and he can tell you what to watch for and how to collect fine art photography.

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Artists

Category: Photography & original editions

Stel, Jan - Steel Giant

Jan Stel’s photography is made in pure natural light, no flashlights or studio lamps are used. This authentic working process takes time, sensitivity and the right timing for action. Jan explains his photographic style in this way: “The human eye is far more sensitive than a camera lens and picks up minor as well as major differences in a scene. Because the photo camera is limited in its ability, I capture the image in multiple exposures. The scene my eye has seen in contrast with the part that the camera is unable to pick up is what fascinates me. I want to reassert this sensitivity. I do this by brushing the photographed brackets into a sort of light painting, similar to what the dark room masters and painters of past times used to do”.

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O'Neill, Terry - The Co-signed Editions

Mr. O’Neill has chronicled the lives of emerging rock stars and icons of the 60s including David Bowie, Elton John, The Who, Eric Clapton, Chuck Berry and many others. He photographed The Beatles and The Rolling Stones when they were struggling young bands and worked closely with Frank Sinatra for over 30 years, being granted access to the legend back stage and in private.
Former husband to legendary actress Faye Dunaway, his photograph of her in Beverley Hills, the morning after she won her Best Actress Oscar for Network, has been nominated as the most iconic Hollywood shot of all time. His photographs of Brigitte Bardot, Jean Shrimpton and Audrey Hepburn capture the charisma of these superstars at the peak of their careers.
A selection of Terry’s images is also available in a co-signed edition. In that case the print has been signed by Terry as well as the one that’s portrayed, including Brigitte Bardot, Kate Moss, Racquel Welch, Roger Moore.

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Driel, Frank van - Stills & More

I see, smell, hear and feel. It is irresistible and irrepressible. Narratives and images start to form in my head, which at first I cannot grasp. With time they take a clear shape, as I now know from experience. And then. Then it is time for action. Time to deliver what my heart and mind have been stirring inside of me. It wants escape…no it has to escape.

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Hoogendijk, Micky - The Nudes

The starting point in Hoogendijk’s work is an encounter, dream or object that culminates in an explosion of ideas. On set, Hoogendijk allows her model’s instinct and personality to melt together with her camera and drive her creative inspiration.
Hoogendijk coaxes trust, contact and vulnerability from her subjects in order to produce an image from which the viewer can then create his own world. Recurring themes are religion, society and mythology; her work provokes fundamental queries about life and our existence.
Hoogendijk chooses innovative printing technologies to create images with depth and richness, so they appear almost three-dimensional.

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Timmermans, Alex - Colodion photography

Working on the wet plate process made photography inspiring again. Being able to use antique cameras and brass lenses with a glorious photographic history like Dallmeyer, Hermagis and Darlot. It is pure because of the possibility to use ‚simple’ chemicals to reproduce amazingly detailed pictures. In general, shooting a single plate takes about an hour or sometimes even longer. To make just one single picture you will have to go through the whole process: cleaning the glass, pouring the plate with collodion, sensitize, exposure, developing, washing, fixing, washing it again and finally varnishing. Doing this outdoors means you will have to take everything with you, including a mobile darkroom, home-made chemicals, etc. A fully loaded wagon.
Thanks to the modern process of scanning and printing we’re now able to sell high quality prints from these the unique plates in a small edition.

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Hijweege, Erik - Photogravures on Rice Paper

The Photogravure technique was originally invented in 1825 by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce. Before photography was even invented he discovered that a substance called "Bitumen of Judea" or Asphalt hardened when exposed to light.
The photogravures in Camera Work by Stieglitz and Steichen however really triggered my interest.
In 2018, I started making Photogravure. Together with Master Printer Eric Levert the waterfall tintypes were used to make etchings. These plates were inked with charbonnel ink and handprinted on Kawasa rice paper.

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Verhoef, Astrid - Inscapes

Growing up in the city has led Dutch photographer Astrid Verhoef to investigate and question her connection to nature. In modern day urban life the difference between being connected and feeling connected has become an interesting distinction, especially in a world where the reliance on social technology is growing. Is there a growing gap between our digital self-image and our analogue identities? This poses an interesting challenge, not only in the depth of connection to other people, but possibly even more in our connection to the natural world and to oneself.
For ‘Inscapes’ Astrid travelled to secluded landscapes around the world to investigate her place in the natural world.

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Hövell tot Westerflier, Marie-Jeanne van - Stills

She uses an analogue Hasselbladcamera and the light available, which results in atmospheric black and white images that always contain an element of mystery. Her photographs have a completely unique style and character, and make the apparently invisible visible.

For the last couple of years Marie-Jeanne has also allowed colours in her work, seen in her staged still lifes, the Contemplation series, by using a digital back on her Hasselbladcamera. These still lifes have a painting-like quality.

Another series in colour is At the Window, in which she introduces models, more or less anonymous, sometimes only a silhouette, creating an unreal atmosphere. She creates human still lifes which evoke associations with the women painted by Johannes Vermeer (1632- 1675).

During her years of photography Marie-Jeanne has discovered what touches her deeply – the layer under the surface, stillness and utter simplicity. She has developed her own distinct style. She likes timeless photographs which provide space for one’s own imagination, thoughts and feelings.

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Withoos, Hans - Stills & Portraits

Hans Withoos’ photography is set in the world of abundance and artifice — the smell of decadence wafts towards the viewer. It’s a world simultaneously familiar and different. In Withoos’ exaggerated scenes, the figures crowding the images become archetypes, and the viewer is overcome by a sense of alienation. The work is full of layered, staged images with idiosyncratic aesthetics. Sometimes the photographs evoke emotions related to suffering, sensuality and hidden oppressiveness; at other times the images depict the complete opposite and are deliberately emotionless.

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van de Camp & Heesterbeek - Spatio - temporeel

Patricia and Marc explore the relativity of reality and of beauty in particular.
There’s a classical view on beauty that one cannot add anything to it nor take away from it and not make things worse. They explore this notion through their Art where digitally manipulated photo’s and digitally created spacial objects are blended together.
What happens if you leave out or add elements?
In their search Patricia and Marc explore boundaries, asking themselves time and again how far they can wander from the classical notion of beauty without overshooting the mark. Without it becoming gaudy or forced and still retaining the power of the story.
The technical element of their images could not have been realized without their wide knowledge of photography and graphic design.
Their Art introduces people to a reality with a different notion of beauty, space and time.

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Zangarini, Silvio - Staircases

His view of reality guides him in his research and inspires to capture these images in pictures: a reality that does not have any preconceived order and therefore is open to interpretation. Zangarini’s pictures express his point of view about the world, which, through his photographs, becomes more relevant than the subject itself. These images transcend his personal order, giving sense to chaos.

For Zangarini, the primary subject of his pictures is everyday life, which at the beginning was a reality to discover and subsequently became a place where he discovered a deeper mystery that is always hidden behind what appears to be banal. By seeking a deeper mystery, one is led to ask questions about the meaning rather than be given answers. Art allows him to combine the appeal of the mystery to the will of action that has emerged from his philosophical contemplations; his life has evolved from asking how to asking why.

He integrates the technical knowledge’s of analogical photography he learned from his father to the new technologies provided in the new digital era. He graduated in 2012 with a thesis that highlights the elements of anti-humanism and structuralism in the art of Franco Vaccari – from both an artistic and a critical point of view. His works evoke astonishment, surprise, and mystery to those who observe the world.

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Wiersema, Judith - Sculptures

She is known for her beautiful sculptures in bronze and aluminium, mostly expressed in female forms and postures. She uses stone or wood to start her creative process. ‘This ’ as she explains, ‘helps me to give the emotion strength, because it resembles the resistance I encounter in real life’. After it is translated in bronze or aluminium it will have the strong and almost abstract radiance she wants to accomplish. Judith had exhibitions with her work in the Netherlands, Europe, South Korea, China and the United States.

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Willemse, Aleksander - Flower Art

Like a flower needs the sun to become a flower, that is how a human being needs love to become human.
Surround yourself with love and trust so you can be who you’d like to be.

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Boelsums, Saskia - Landscapes

Visual artist Saskia Boelsums photographs landscapes with threatening skies. Wonderful images reminiscent of the old Dutch masters such as Maris and Ruysdael. Nature and the seasons are – just like with her predecessors – her biggest source of inspiration and she experiences nature as an inexhaustible source of beauty. In a short time she has built a strong name in the world of art photography.

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Molenaer, Kim de

Kim De Molenaer is a contemporary photographer based in Belgium and Greece. His works are reminiscent of Sally Mann, Jock Sturges, and Bruce Weber. He captures his human subjects in moments of vulnerability, either staged or improvised, and places emphasis on the forms of the human body. Similar to Robert Mapplethorpe, De Molenaer shows an artistic appreciation for the naked body, using contrast to accentuate shadow and form. In his garden/outdoor studio in Athens, his models are being portrayed in artworks filled with emotion, substance and truth. He studied photography at the Karel de Grote High School in Antwerp. For more than 10 years, he was the first assistant to photographer Marc Lagrange, and worked closely together until his death in December 2015. De Molenaer currently lives and works in Antwerp and Athens.

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Category: Exhibited artists

Planting Gallery, Eduard - Exhibited Artists

Saskia Boelsums, Van de Camp & Heesterbeek, Frank van Driel, Micky Hoogendijk, Jacques Olivar, Terry O'Neill, Norman Parkinson, Jan Stel, Alex Timmermans, Astrid Verhoef, Judith Wiersema, Aleksander Willemse, Hans Withoos

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Gallery news

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Feb 9, 2019

Marie Jeanne van Hövell tot Westerflier exposition in Fraelemaborg

The gallery is proud to announce that Marie-Jeanne van Hövell tot Westerflier will present her solo exposition at Fraeylemaborg from February 9th until May 19th 2019.

Photographer Marie-Jeanne van Hövell to Westerflier is known from her timeless black and white photographs of interiors of Amsterdam canal houses. In 2014 she published her praised publication Hidden beauty. In recent years, Marie-Jeanne photographed the Fraeylemaborg in all seasons. She usually works in black and white, but this time she also made color shots with her Hasselblad camera. The tranquil, timeless and scenic recordings of the Fraeylemaborg in Slochteren and a number of canal houses in Amsterdam leave a world of beauty to see, sometimes full of grandeur and sometimes very simple. 

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Jan 24, 2019

Future expositions & fairs

12 January – 2 March 2019 : Astrid Verhoef – ’Inscapes’ - Eduard Planting Gallery - Amsterdam - NL

06 – 10 February 2019 : Art Fair Qade - Rotterdam - NL

21 – 24 February 2019 : ART Karlsruhe - Karlsruhe - D

17 - 22 April 2019 : Kunst RAI - Amsterdam - NL

11 - 16 June 2019 : Photo Basel - Basel - CH

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About us

Gallery profile

Eduard Planting Gallery | Fine Art Photographs specializes in photographs by (inter)nationally well-known artists. Besides that, we regularly give attention to upcoming talent. In our opinion this creates an interesting mix and contrast between famous and unknown photographers. This mixture ensures that for every budget and for every interior an appropriate artwork can be found, for individual collectors as well as for collecting companies. The gallery started in September 2008 and has since then developed to one of the major photography galleries in The Netherlands.

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2008