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Exhibition

Otani Nieuwenhuize

February 16, 2017 , written by la-redaction-the-staff
With their project OTANI NIEUWENHUIZE, the artists look into Japanese and Dutch culture and into cultural tourism. Behaving as tourists themselves they photograph places where culture is being “consumed”. In the Netherlands they visit the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam and De Efteling in Kaatsheuvel. In Japan they visit the shrine of Dazaifu Tenmangu in Dazaifu and the historic site of the former Dutch trading post Dejima in Nagasaki. Their fifth subject, amusement park Huis ten Bosch, represents both Japanese and Dutch culture. On site they switch between working on their own and working together. They investigate locations by the means of photography, scanning the space from their individual perspective. In this way a collective memory about the place is being created. They investigate the collective memory developing between the two of them, while photographing the same subject at the same day.
Exhibition 

Otani Nieuwenhuize
16 February – 19 March
IBASHO
Tolstraat 67,
2000 Antwerp

http://www.ibashogallery.com/

USEFUL INFORMATION

Date

  From   2017-02-16
  To    2017-03-19

Place

IBASHO Gallery

tolstraat 67 2000 Antwerp
Antwerp Belgium

+32 (0)32162028

http://www.ibashogallery.com

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friday until sunday — 14:00 until 18:00 and by appointment

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