A long awaited wish to make a work with textile is coming true! Making a tapestry from an image of my project To pick up a stone. In collaboration with product developer Lotte van Dijk at Textiellab.
Very proud and happy my work To pick up a stone - after being shortlisted - got selected to be exhibited at Belfast Photo Festival 2022! This years edition will be from the 2nd until the 30th of June.
So happy to learn my work To pick up a stone got shortlisted AGAIN for Belfast Photo Festival, edition 2022!
This Saturday the 'Benefiet voor Brabant' exhibition is re-opening. An exhibition with all works for sale and 100% of all profits going to the artist. An initiative to support artist from Brabant because of the great impact of the corona pandemic. Two of my art works from my series Anchors have been selected to participate in the exhibition.
Now on display in Russia at SPACE PLACE Gallery in Russia, work from my series To pick up a stone.
Last week I received the good news my application for funding (Perspectiefbudget) from Kunstloc & Provincie Noord-Brabant was granted! This enables me to make a NEW WORK in textile in collaboration with Textiellab Tilburg!
Two images of To pick up a stone are featured in the Landscape issue 2021 of F-Stop Magazine, and in great company with a lot of other beautiful works.
Happy to be part of the UNSEEN Bookmarket with a book signing of my photobook To pick up a stone on September 18th at 17:00h with my publisher The Eriskay Connection. Hope to see you there!
To pick up a stone will be part of 2 photography festivals in Portugal this fall! To pick up a stone has been selected for the Discovery Awards 2021 projection and will be on display at ENCONTROS DA IMAGEM and Imago Lisboa Photo Festival.
To pick up a stone was selected among 10 other great books for the Longlist of the Dutch Photobook Prize at Fotofestival Naarden! And it will be exhibited at the festival from 3rd of July - 29th of August 2021.
"To Pick Up a Stone is a study of perception itself – of the nature of our engagement with the world, of the way that photography mediates this engagement, and of the way that the camera, the image and the book form can work together to capture the full intensity of perceptual experience." — Eugenie Shinkle
So exciting! My work To pick up a stone got SHORTLISTED for Belfast Photo Festival 2021!
"In the face of impending ecological crisis, five artists trace our messy, multifaceted entanglement with the natural world through a mutual obsession with rocks." - The Most Fantastic Rocks. An essay by Joanna L. Cresswell, featuring my work among great company, published on LensCulture!
To pick up a stone in Mestmag, het online platform voor cultuur in Noord-Brabant; "In de column 'Signalement' neemt Ton van der Linden je mee in de wereld van Brabantse makers Ro&Ad Architecten, We Make Carpets en Claudia Den Boer en hun omgang met gevonden materialen."
Special Mention! in the category Nature, Environment and Perspectives of the Urbanautica Institute Awards 2020 of my work To pick up a stone!
"Take a look at a unique world of stonescapes, a tour-de-force trip involving space, shape, and scale, in Claudia den Boer’s TO PICK UP A STONE, reviewed in the PhotoBook Journal." - Gerhard Clausing
"Foam-curator en historica Mirjam Kooiman schreef het essay Bilderatlas naar aanleiding van de verschijning van het boek To pick up a stone én de opening van de gelijknamige solotentoonstelling van Claudia den Boer."
"This makes the book center as much on what photography itself actually does as on the stones/landscapes themselves. In the book, this fact is driven home by the choice of different paper stocks." - Joerg Colberg
Today! Full-page in the art section of newspaper Het Parool; my photobook To pick up a stone, with The Eriskay Connection.
Interview with PUNTO DE FUGA Bogotá about my work and photo book To pick up a stone.
Art historian and FOAM curator Mirjam Kooiman wrote an essay titled Bilderatlas with my photobook and solo exhibition To pick up a stone. In the occasion of her essay and my work, we organized an after talk at SEA Foundation on Saturday 2020/11/28.
With great pleasure I invite you to my solo exhibition + launch of my second photo book To pick up a stone at SEA Foundation in Tilburg. Click to reserve a time slot for your visit!
Today my second photo book To pick up a stone went to press! Meanwhile I'm also working on a solo exhibition at SEA Foundation which will open on the 20th of November and where the book wil be presented firstly!
Last week I was interviewed by art editor Joost Goutziers about my work! Last weekend the article was published in the Saturday edition of Dutch newspaper Brabants Dagblad. (in Dutch only) You can still support my crowdfunding for my new photo book until Friday September 11th! Click to read more ->
✨ My crowdfundingcampagne for my second photobook To pick up a stone is online, starting today and wil run until the 11th of September! ✨ To pick up a stone is about connecting to something that has existed for a long time, to slow down, to be still, to look and look again.
BENEFIT FOR BRABANT, een mooi initiatief van PARK - Platform for visual arts. Vanaf 8 augustus is samen met vele andere Brabantse kunstenaars ook mijn werk hier te zien en te koop. Je bent van harte uitgenodigd!
Working on developing my second photo book titled To pick up a stone with The Eriskay Connection. More information soon!
Urbanautica, Journal of Visual Antropology and Cultural Landscape, chose my work Anchors in the category Special Mention of the Urbanautica Institute Awards 2019!
In opdracht van Gemeente Tilburg maakte ik een fotopresentatie van 35 beelden voor op de ruim 108 meter aan bouwhekken.
Solo exhibition of When Is A Mountain in SPACE PLACE Gallery in Nizjni Tagil, Ural, Russia.
Vind vandaag de brief op de mat met een subsidietoekenning van Makersfonds 2019 voor mijn fotografieproject When Is A Mountain!
UNMAPPED, een interdisciplinair project in samenwerking met choreograaf Katja Grässli en schrijver en beeldend kunstenaar Dorien de Wit opent op 8 maart 2019 bij KunstLoc in de LocHal in Tilburg en is te zien t/m 14 april 2019.
This weekend, as part of project YMOI by choreographer and dancer Beh Chin Lau, my photo series 'Silent Witness' will be exhibited at Butterworth Fringe Festival 2018 in Malaysia.
Samen met Katja Grässli, onder de naam MoveToMeet, hebben we een positief juryadvies ontvangen en is onze aanvraag Impulsgelden GEHONOREERD! Eerder dit jaar hebben we ook een tweede toekenning van het Prins Bernard Cultuurfonds Noord-Brabant mogen ontvangen!
Article in German newspaper about TanzART and our visit, exchange and experiment with multidisciplinary and international project Cataract!
A first residency period at Cultuurhuis de Warande (BE) and DansBrabant (NL) for a try-out of a new collaboration!
Thanks AINT-BAD - Independent Publisher of New Photographic Art, for featuring my work.
This Friday 'I Book Show', organized by Photobookshow and hosted by Taiga in St. Petersburg, Russia is opening. Happy and proud my photo book Anchors is part of it.
Very happy my photo book Anchors is part of The Photobook Exhibition at Athens Photo Festival this summer at The Benaki Museum in Athens.
Tijdens Fotofestival Naarden, van 20 mei tot 18 juni, is mijn fotoboek Anchors onderdeel van de Nederlandse fotoboekententoonstelling in de Gele Loods.
Anchors is tot 2 juli te zien bij bkkc Tilburg, met ook werk van Willem Populier, Jenny van den Broeke en Marleine van de Werf.
Among 30 photographers I'm shortlisted by Fotofilmic/PULP Gallery! Anchors book + print will be part of their collection and will be exhibited in the FotoFilmic WINTER SHORTLIST show.
Very happy to have been selected for a working period at International Art Residency Can Serrat, El Bruc, Barcelona!
Book presentation + signing PhotoQ Bookshop with a short interview about 'Anchors' by Edie Peters at BredaPhoto 2016
'This is where we are_' + book launch Anchors an evening on photo books with The Eriskay Connection at BredaPhoto + book launch first copies of Anchors.
"FK Magazine presents a selection of final works from all workshops and projects, which were launched before and during the ISSP."
"ISSP Final Exhibition featuring the works of 74 photographers from 25 countries and locals from the Pelci village, all created during the International Summer School of Photography 2016."