On Thursday March 19th REPLAY Gallery will host a mind blowing exhibition presenting the work of multidisciplinary art duo pussykrew. The REPLAY Boardroom Gallery is a collective founded by REPLAY in collaboration with Dutch magazine Glamcult, with whom they will be hosting several exhibitions featuring rising art talent, giving them the opportunity to present their work to the public.
Jason Oddy, photographer and writer from London, has an interest in architecture-inspired photography. Photographs that include abandoned houses or VN headquarters designed by Oscar Niemeyer. Gallery Vassie is glad to announce a solo exhibition of Oddy where you can see these photographs yourself. As from the 20th of March until the 2nd of May 2015 at the FOTOfactory exhibition space.
One way or another, everything comes to an end. The phenomenal Mad Men’s series is coming to a close after 7 amazing seasons. Very unfortunate, but luckily the Museum of the Moving Image will house a new exhibition: Matthew Weiner’s Mad Men. It’s like Disneyland for people from the advertising industry.
Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam and Pioneer Works Center for Art and Innovation proudly present their newest group exhibition: Under Construction – New Positions in American Photography. They will be showcasing the work of 10 young talented American and Canadian photographers. Even though there are similarities in mindset, methodology and presentation of their remarkable work, each of them will be showing us their individuality and diversity in their artistic practice nonetheless.
“What is reality?” is what multidisciplinary photographer Dennis Lier asks himself every step of his creative process. By pushing boundaries between art and fashion Dennis gives his viewers the opportunity to create their own reality by placing his subjects in a surrealistic context. Working with photography and digital art makes it difficult to distinguish what is real and what is edited, giving your mind the freedom of interpretation without any restrictions. That’s the beautiful thing about the human mind, it’s limitless. And therefore each and everyone of us experiences Lier’s work differently, we all have an incomparable imagination.