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  • Johan Grimonprez _ Double Take | Bad Thoughts


    10 October 2014

    Johan Grimonprez, Double Take, 2009

 (part of Amsterdam collectors Martijn en Jeannette Sanders)

    STEDELIJK | FILM


    23 October 2014
    Location: Teijin Auditorium



    For more information on Double Take please visit the website of Double Take.


    
See for tickets the website of The Stedelijk Museum.
  • Paolo Ventura in the MART


    02 October 2014

    It is not enough not to want war and to desire peace.

    In the groupshow "The war which is coming is not the first one. The Great War 1914-2014'', realized under the patronage of the Italian Prime Minister’s Office, a more complex overview regarding the topicality of conflict is offered.

    from 03 October 2014 till 20 September 2015

    with work by Paolo Ventura

    for more information please visit website of the Mart, the museum of modern and contemporary art of Trento and Rovereto, Italy.
  • On the Move - groupshow with Rob Hornstra_Stedelijk Museum


    29 August 2014

    Rob Hornstra's work for The Sochi Project is part of the new exhibition ON THE MOVE at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

    from 29 August 2014 till 18 January 2015

    for more information please visit the website of the Stedelijk Museum
  • RUUD VAN EMPEL FOR VOGUE MAGAZINE


    07 August 2014

    For the important SEPTEMBER issue of Vogue, RUUD VAN EMPEL, collaborated with the fashion institute of all times. In collaboration with Vogue fashion editor Marije Goekoop, RUUD VAN EMPEL created an 8 page intimate mise-en-scene. A puzzling narrative featuring two girls in a dark green forest, dressed in the ready-to-wear Autumn/Winter collections of the high-end fashion houses.

    With RUUD VAN EMPEL’S poignant style of dislocated details, disturbing little dramas for VOGUE have arisen, rendering perfectly with RUUD VAN EMPEL’S fictive world of disconnection that exist everywhere today.

    See our Facebook page for a preview: > facebook.com/flatlandgallery

    More: > Vogue
  • Paris Photo 2014


    26 June 2014

    Flatland Gallery is pleased to announce to be part of the 18th edition of Paris Photo, which will be held November 13th-16th, 2014 at the Grand Palais in Paris.

    The complete public program of Paris Photo, the most prestigious international fair dedicated to the photographic medium, will be announced early September.

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  • 'Korea' in Aperture Summer Open


    12 June 2014

    This July 2014 the series "Korea" by Julia Fullerton-Batten will be exhibited in Aperture Foundation's first Aperture Summer Open.

    In 'Korea' Fullerton-Batten posed young Korean women dressed in the traditional Hanbok against a backdrop of Seoul’s modern austere architecture. The settings illustrate the country’s history, its cultural traditions, and the political tensions between South and North Korea. Hanbok is a centuries old traditional apparel unique to Korea; brilliant with bright colourings, but subdued in its flowing lines.

    A single, independent kingdom for many thousands of years, after WWII Korea was split into separate nations, South Korea and North Korea. On June 25, 1950, North Korea invaded South Korea, starting a bloody war that lasted more than 3 years and involving more than 20 countries. In the work “Rickshaw” she reflects back on these troubled periods in Korea’s history. A simple rope was used as a prop in “Tug of War” to symbolise the continuing political struggles between South and North Korea.
  • Flatland Gallery at PARIS PHOTO Los Angeles, Paramount Pictures Studio


    28 March 2014

    Flatland Gallery is looking forward to present Katharine Cooper's work from 'Les Blancs Africains. Voyage au pays natal' at the second edition of Paris Photo Los Angeles, the US edition of the world’s most celebrated art fair for works created in the photographic medium.

    from April 25th-27th (Vernissage April 24).


    Flatland Gallery
    Stage 27, Booth # 06
    Paramount Pictures Studios
    Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles

    Read more >
  • PIETER HENKET teams up with Belgian video director Loic Maes


    25 March 2014

    New York based photographer Pieter Henket partnered up for some great film work with Belgian video director Loic Maes (known for his work for Dior, Hermes; Lady Gaga's Born this Way - visual effects).

    For Mojeh Magazine, a Dubai-based high-end bi-monthly, they created a fashion film exclusively with DIOR HOMME using thé latest technology in Film Cameras, The Red Epic Dragon.

    see film here:>
  • Rob Hornstra (The Sochi Project) is nominated for Dutch Doc Award


    25 March 2014

    The Sochi Project is shortlisted for the Dutch Doc Award. Award Ceremony on June 10, 2014 in Amsterdam (Tropenmuseum). The jury includes among others FT photography critic Francis Hodgson and photographer Andrea Stultiens

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  • British photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten joins the gallery


    13 February 2014

    Flatland Gallery is delighted to start working with Julia Fullerton-Batten (Bremen, Germany, 1970) a London based photographer who is known for her string of stunning concepts. Fullerton-Batten usually works with true locations and street-cast models that give her the self-consciousness and vulnerability that she wants for her images. The slight air of oddness in her images makes them unexpectedly ambiguous.

    In 2006 Julia was commissioned by The National Portrait Gallery in London to shoot portraits of leading people in the UK National Health Service. These images are held in permanent collection in the Gallery. She also has a permanent collection in the Musée de l'Élysée, Lausanne, Switzerland. In 2007 she was declared a winner of La Fondation HSBC pour la Photographie. Recent exhibitions include the Guangdong Museum of Art, China, 2007; The Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai (MOCA Shanghai), 2008; Hereford Photo Festival, 2009; Pompidou Centre, Paris, 2010; Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza and Fundacion Caja, Madrid, 2011; Daegu Photo Biennale (curated by Charlotte Cotton), Korea, 2012; Noorderlicht Photofestival, 2012; Museum Belvedere, 2012 and Pingyao Photography Festival, China, 2012.

    Julia Fullerton-Batten