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Exhibition ‘Niemandsland, onbestemd & onbepaald en toch begrensd’

Het Kruithuis / Huis van de kunst
Opening of the exhibition Sunday 5 November at 2 pm

In the summer of 2005, on the invitation of Galerie AoRTa in Chisinau, Anja de Jong worked for 3 weeks in Moldova, Europe’s forgotten, and poorest, country. After roaming extensively about the capital Chisinau, she decided to take Moldova’s water as the theme for a series of photographs.

Other exhibitors: Jos Smink, Volja, Reny Worb, Karin Buchholtz, Kim Bouvy, Korrie Besems, Hans Eijkelboom & Peter Spaans, Anne-Marie van den Thillart, Jorge Heredia, Annemarie de Haas, Jeroen van de Ven, Harmen de Hoop, Marloes Hoogenstraaten, PJ Roggeband, Rachel de Boer, Anna Goos, Stichting GANG.

Dates and opening times:
From 5-11-2006 to 3-12-2006
Tuesday – Sunday, 12 noon until 5 pm

Location:
Het Kruithuis,
Citadellaan 7,
5211 XA ’s-Hertogenbosch

http://www.cbks-hertogenbosch.nl/clientdata_213/downloads/niemandsland_krant.pdf

meteo

From the series: “Moldova’s Water”
Institute for Oncology, Chisinau, Moldova 2005


 
Exhibition ‘Turning Point’

25 years of photography projects Anja de Jong

Galerie Arps & Co in Amsterdam.
Opening of the exhibition on thursday 20th of April at 6 pm

Dates and opening times:
From 20-4-2006 to 14-6-2006
Thursday and Friday, 3 until 7 pm or every day of the week on request

Location:
Galerie Arps & Co,
Arubastraat 1,
1058 VD Amsterdam.

namibie
 

 
no more heroes
No More Heroes Anymore, Moldova 2005
(winner Rabobank Award 2005)
 
Exhibition “One or two things I know about Chisinau”

Centrum Beeldende Kunst in Dordrecht
Opening of the exhibition Wednesday 14 September at 5 pm.

In the summer of 2005, on the invitation of Galerie AoRTa in Chisinau, Anja de Jong worked for 3 weeks in Moldova, Europe’s forgotten, and poorest, country. After roaming extensively about the capital Chisinau, she decided to take Moldova’s water as the theme for a series of photographs.

This work will be on display for the first time at an exhibitions entitled, “One or two things I know about Chisinau”, a project run by the Centrum Beeldende Kunst Dordrecht in co-operation with Galerie AoRTa from Chisinau.

Other exhibitors: Toto Frima, Ine Lamers, Loodwicks Press Images, Bertien van Manen, Ron Sluik and Ulay.

Dates and opening times:
From 15-9-2005 to 22-10-2005
Wednesday – Saturday and 1st Sunday of the month, 12 noon until 5 pm

Location:
Centrum Beeldende Kunst Dordrecht,
Voorstraat 180,
3311 ES Dordrecht.
www.cbkdordrecht.nl
Tel: +31 (0) 78 6314 689

 

oncology

From the series: “Moldova’s Water”
Institute for Oncology, Chisinau, Moldova 2005
 

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