Utrecht, The Netherlands
May 8th 2019 — 2020

For the opening of the last part of the main square in front of Utrecht Central Station - het Stationsplein - five photographers were asked to develop a diptych or a triptych around the theme ‘movement’. The theme is freely based on the urban renewal in and around the station until 2030 and the more than 185.000 daily visitors of the station.

The triptych I developed focuses on the historic canals of Utrecht and their use by inhabitants and tourists for recreation, following some of the main themes within my work: urban planning and leisure activities. The canals played an important role within the historic infrastructure and were face-defining in the development of the city centre, sharing a lot of similarities with the present-day development of Utrecht Central Station. Although the canals still fulfil some of their original functions, their infrastructural heydays have long been gone. Leisure activities are slowly taking over, standing in stark contrast with the fast paced environment in and around the train station.

This work will be exhibited at Stationsplein Utrecht for one year, from May the 8th 2019 onwards, toghether with works by Heidi de Gier, Isolde Woudstra, Joost Termeer and Fleur Wiersma

Left-side of the triptych

Het Trage Lage Land
Museum MORE
Gorssel, The Netherlands
May 27th — September 9th 2018

Parade is part of the exhibition ‘Het Trage Lage Land’.
With works by Gunhild Ang, Céline van Balen, Wout Berger, Dicky Brand, Annejet Brandsma, Koos Breukel, Noor Damen, Wim van Egmond, Romy Finke, Tom Janssen, Tahné Kleijn, Natascha Libbert, Jan Koster, Hellen van Meene, Hans van der Meer, Samuel Otte, Gerco de Ruijter, Frank van der Salm, Bert Teunissen, Hans Wilschut en Edwin Zwakman

Curated by Jurriaan van Kranendonk
Catalogue available with an introduction by Merel Bem

Image: Noor Damen
Design: Studio de Ronners

Utrecht, The Netherlands
June 16th 2018

FOTODOK presented my work during the celebrations of 80 years K.F. Hein Fonds at TivoliVredenburg. I was happy to show my work at this beautiful place to a engaging audience.

Diaphane Clermont de l'Oise, France
April 7th — 21st May 2017

It's the first time that such a large selection of photographs from this series is on show in the form of a gallery presentation. There are over 30 works from Parade in print and also 20 photographs from Parade II (work in progress) to be found as a digital installation.

Vincent van GoghHuis + BredaPhoto
Zundert, The Netherlands
July 17th — October 30th 2016

A large selection from Parade will be on show at the Vincent van GoghHuis in Zundert. It's nice to be able to show the works here, since Zundert is the place where I started to work on Parade back in 2009. During the exhibition I will also develop new work.

This exhibition coinsides with the 2016 program of BredaPhoto international photofestival (September 15 – Oktober 30) and Bloemencorso Zundert / Flowerparade Zundert 2016 (September 4 – 5).

Festival Circulation(s) + RATP
Paris, France
March 26st — June 26st 2016

You can find images from Parade throughout the Parisian metro stations from March 26 until June 26 as part of photofestival Circulations. > RATP

Festival Circulation(s) + SNCF
Paris, France
March 26st — June 26st 2016

Parade is now on view in Paris right at the gates from train station Gare de l'Est as part of the international Circulation(s) photofestival. A selection of 12 images is on show.

The festival will take place from March 26 to June 26 at different locations throughout Paris. > portfolio

Art Rotterdam
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
February 11th — February
14th 2016

Parade will be on shown during Art Rotterdam, presented by Galerie van Kranendonk, toghether with works by Robert Glas and Benjamin Li.

I am happy to announce that the presentation of my work during Art Rotterdam is made possible with the support of Fonds Kwadraat.