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We cordially invite you to visit Lucian Wester< /a>&rsquo\;s exhibition Marines in the LhGWR project space. The pr oject contains a series of photographic seascapes taken at various location s along the North Sea coast. The sea views are of sites where naval battles took place in the seventeenth century\, although naturally any trace of co nflict has long disappeared.

Marines is the result of a research into the iconic image of the Dutch landscape through both image ry and literature\, and into the merging of documentation and its artistic interpretation. Through his project\, Wester poses questions about the orig ins of our visual culture and the mediums it comprises. By using primitive techniques from early colour photography\, he reveals how in essence the us e of photography as a medium is not that different than a century ago. He a lso delves into the relationship between established truths and interpretat ions\, an intrinsic quality of photography. These characteristics of the me dium\, combined with the desire to document\, form the link between Wester& rsquo\;s conceptual visual research and his technical exploration into phot ography.

Wester graduated in 2013 from the Masters Lens-Based Media programme at Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam. Among others he has exhibited his work at GUP Gallery in Amsterdam and Tent in Rotterdam. He wa s also nominated for the St. Joost Academy Award and the FoederDFK Award.

DTEND:20141220 DTSTAMP:20141021T005418 DTSTART:20141108 GEO:52.0732183;4.3187517 LOCATION:LhGWR\,Stationsweg 137 \nDen Haag\, 2515 BM SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Marines\, Lucian Wester UID:361208 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141108T180000 DTSTAMP:20141021T005418 DTSTART:20141108T150000 GEO:52.0732183;4.3187517 LOCATION:LhGWR\,Stationsweg 137 \nDen Haag\, 2515 BM SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Marines\, Lucian Wester UID:361209 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

We cordially invite you to the first solo exhibition of Sjoerd Knibbeler. Afte r a successful collaboration developing the Bonsai Project with Rob Wetzer\ , Knibbeler has been working independently again for the last two years. Ba sed in his studio\, he challenged himself to photograph wind\, an apparentl y impossible experiment that has led to truly authentic imagery.

Knibbeler&rsquo\;s associative working method brought him to i ntriguing points of interest like stunt pilots\, tornados and wind tunnels. By translating large subject matters like aviation\, aerodynamics and clim atology to his own personal scale\, a boyish world appears in which anythin g seems possible. The invisibility and motility of wind constitute the prim ary parameters of Knibbeler&rsquo\;s research. In his short-lived experimen ts he tries to shape air currents\, make paper models fly and turn the wind topsy-turvy. The tension between these skilful attempts and the suggestive power of the photographic image has produced exquisite results.

Knibbeler graduated in 2008 from the photography department of the Royal Academy of Art\, The Hague\, and has since worked on several proj ects that have been widely exhibited in places such as Lishui Photography F estival (CH)\, Noorderlicht Photofestival (NL)\, and the Photographers&rsqu o\; Gallery (UK). His work was also published by Self Publish Be Happy\, NR C and GUP Magazine.

DTEND:20141220 DTSTAMP:20141021T005418 DTSTART:20141108 GEO:52.0732183;4.3187517 LOCATION:LhGWR\,Stationsweg 137 \nDen Haag\, 2515 BM SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Digging up clouds\, Sjoerd Knibbeler UID:361206 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141108T180000 DTSTAMP:20141021T005418 DTSTART:20141108T150000 GEO:52.0732183;4.3187517 LOCATION:LhGWR\,Stationsweg 137 \nDen Haag\, 2515 BM SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Digging up clouds\, Sjoerd Knibbeler UID:361207 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

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curator Willem van Zoetendaal \;

* unique photograph on Czechian bariet paper\, signed\, framed.
"De cors werden meestal gemaakt door Trix Zwartjes\, (het is geen \;fil m still)." Willem van Zoetendaal\, 7 mei 2014

DTEND:20141126 DTSTAMP:20141021T005418 DTSTART:20141018 GEO:52.3874859;4.8855832 LOCATION:Galerie van Gelder\,Planciusstraat 9 A \nAmsterdam\, 1013 MD SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:'From recto to verso'\, Koos Breukel\, Rineke Dijkstra\, Marjaana K ella\, Johan van der Keuken\, Celine van Balen\, Frans Zwartjes UID:361134 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141018T190000 DTSTAMP:20141021T005418 DTSTART:20141018T170000 GEO:52.3874859;4.8855832 LOCATION:Galerie van Gelder\,Planciusstraat 9 A \nAmsterdam\, 1013 MD SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:'From recto to verso'\, Koos Breukel\, Rineke Dijkstra\, Marjaana K ella\, Celine van Balen\, Johan van der Keuken\, Frans Zwartjes UID:361135 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

'Gliding'< br />

MYNE SØ\;E -PEDERSEN
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The exhibitio n 'Gliding' of Danish artist Myne Sø\;e-Pedersen is about photos of h orizons and mirrors in which the use of a camera is absent. Computer softwa re has been used to make a digital horizon photo transformed to an 8 x 10 i nch transparency. In fact to the digital photo the edge of a contact sheet was added making it into a make-believe transparency of a (virtual) horizon . This brings these photos down to a double fakeness that is all around us. In her other computer software works there is the illusion of deduced spac e flooded by abundant trembling colours. Nowadays reality is not so much an item and these series of works seem to suggest that merely the impression of a horizon or space is good enough for us.

A mirror put on a s canner - that is by the way provided with a traditional lens - creates a pi cture of a mirror looking at itself. It is not fake\, but nevertheless very different from a mirror taken with a common camera. There is always reflec ting light in the given surrounding. Opposite to a scanner where only objec tifying light is available when the scan is made. This causes a gloomy atmo sphere of the mirrors that Myne Sø\;e-Pedersen puts on show in 'Glidi ng'. It is as if the mirrors are blind\, apart from the edges.

W ith the exhibition 'Gliding' Myne Sø\;e-Pedersen investigates the pos sibilities between abstraction\, concreteness and make-believe in order to achieve impressions of chequered colours and reality. Her work is about cap turing remembrance in photographic images as was noticed already when the S teenbergen Stipendium was awarded to her in 2001. The report of the jury sa ys: \;"Photography is about dealing with that which one encounters. On the contrary Myne concentrates on that which was there once\, and which is gone now. She examines how time and remembrance can be captured in phot ographic images. Her research for this and the concept development is as im portant as the final photo itself."

Myne Sø\;e-Peders en studied at the Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam and was a student of Willem van Zoetendaal\, among others. She had exhibitions in Denmark\, Germany\, Netherlands and her work is in the collection of the Gemeentemuseum\, The H ague\, Dennis Hopper Collection\, Los Angeles\, Novo Nordisk Art Foundation \, a.o.

DTEND:20141126 DTSTAMP:20141021T005418 DTSTART:20141018 GEO:52.3874859;4.8855832 LOCATION:Galerie van Gelder\,Planciusstraat 9 A \nAmsterdam\, 1013 MD SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: 'Gliding'\, Myne Søe-Pedersen UID:361128 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141018T190000 DTSTAMP:20141021T005418 DTSTART:20141018T170000 GEO:52.3874859;4.8855832 LOCATION:Galerie van Gelder\,Planciusstraat 9 A \nAmsterdam\, 1013 MD SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: 'Gliding'\, Myne Søe-Pedersen UID:361129 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR