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Andrzej Dragan

February 22, 2017 5:19 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Andrzej Dragon famous edited photography. Dragan modifies photographs of many, often-time, famous personalities such as Marlyn Monroe and Adolf Hitler pixel by pixel, whereby a transformation in image and time... Continue reading


Huang Quinjun

February 16, 2017 4:41 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Original colour prints from Chinese photographer Huang Quinjun (1971), from the series “Jiadang” or “Family Stuff”. All photos with frame                    ... Continue reading


Nico van der Stam

February 13, 2017 5:04 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Original prints from Dutch photographer Nico van der Stam (1927-2000) including Miles Davis, Donald Jones, Jimmy Hendrix. All photos with certificate of authenticity signed by Nico’s widow Hannie v.d. Stam... Continue reading


“Socialism’s Material Residue” group exhibition: Nikola Mihov, Missirkov & Bogdanov, Krassimir Terzief, Neli Georgieva, Marie Bromander 3.11 – 8.12.2012

November 3, 2012 12:33 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Anthropologists in Art in collaboration with Marie Bromander present: Socialism’s Material Residue Legitimacy & (re)appropriation of Bulgaria’s socialist monuments a mixed-media exhibition by: Nikola Mihov (photography) Missirkov & Bogdanov (photography)... Continue reading


Zofia Rydet, Grzegorz Rogala, Andrzej Dragan “Portraying the Surreal, three generations in Polish Photography 25.09 – 24.10.2010

September 25, 2010 11:56 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Zofia Rydet ‘Cycle Annihilation’ 1970“Portraying the Surreal, three generations in Polish Photography”Zofia Rydet (1911-1997), Grzegorz Rogala (1956) and Andrzej Dragan (1978) at WM Gallery Opening: Saturday 25.09; 17.00-18.30  and Grzegorz Rogala and Lodz Kaliska (1979) at the Wine Terminus on... Continue reading


“Know Thyself Dialogues” Group Exhibition: Aimée Zito Lema (Arg/NL) Brian Hill (SA/NL) Frederieke Jochems (NL) Florencia Levy (Arg) Xander Ferreira (Gazelle) (SA) Gideon Smit (UK/NL) Grzegorz Rogala (PL) Iva Supic (Cro) Jimmy Rage (Jam/NL) Kato Tan (NL) Kristina Benjocki (Srb) Hans Derks (NL) Leszek Sczaniecki (PL/NL) Pete Purnell (UK) Wanda Michalak (PL/NL) Dr. Alexandra Schüssler (Cz/Au) BA Arjanne Schaaf (NL) Prof. Dr. Mattijs van de Port (NL) Dr. Vicente Zito Lema (Arg) 10.04 – 15.05.2010

April 10, 2010 11:34 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

  Presentatie: Anthropologists in Art Journal #1: “Know Thyself Dialogues”: 8 Mei 2010 Autoportret sladak – G. Rogala Know Thyself, an artistic anthropological study on Self-Portraiture: In deze eerste groepstentoonstelling... Continue reading


“AGUA” (De wereld van het water) Group Exhbition: Diana Blok (Uruguay/Nederland), Juliana Flashkamp (Argentinië), Raúl Góngora (Mexico), Neyde Lantyer (Brasilië), Roberto Mancuso (Uruguay), Maria Morales (Cuba), Patricia Ribas (Brasilië), Yamandú Roos (Uruguay), Victor Rubén Vargas (Argentinië), Héctor Vilche (Uruguay) 7.01 – 21.01.2006

January 7, 2006 8:32 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

  ‘AGUA’ (De wereld van het water) 7.01 – 21.01.2006 Diana Blok (Uruguay/Nederland) De tentoonstelling “Agua” (“De wereld van het water”) presenteert werken van verschillende in Nederland woonachtige Latijns-Amerikaanse fotografen.... Continue reading


“Dreams and Shadows” Artistic Impressions of Argentine Reality, Group Exhibition: Sonia Barrozo, Dolores de Torres, Salvador Dufaur, Vicky Telayna, Pat. Quiros, Carolina Baya, Santiago Correa, Gabriela Mittulo, Malala Santambrogio, Claudio Lucino, Stella Luna, Martin Bentura en Miguel Zurraco 13.11 – 13.12.2004

November 13, 2004 8:49 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

El Baldío Movíl Deelnemende fotografen:  Sonia Barrozo, Dolores de Torres, Salvador Dufaur, Vicky Telayna, Pat. Quiros, Carolina Baya, Santiago Correa, Gabriela Mittulo, Malala Santambrogio, Claudio Lucino, Stella Luna, Martin Bentura... Continue reading


“30 Dirty Pictures” Group Exhibition: Tom Baas, karin Balog, Harrie Blommestijn, Eric van den Boom, Wim Broekman, Gon Buurman, Marina Chernivoka, Inga Cholmogorova, Marine Derks, Andrew Dreyer, Toto Frima, Sebastien Goy, Brian Hill, Luc ten Klooster, Roberto Mancuso, Cindy Marler, Glen Murray, Wanda Michalak, Cornelia Nauta, Jac. B. Rieder, Fred Rohde, Rolf Slagboom, Gosia Stepien, Volja, Claas Wernicke, Jackie Maria Wessels, Leszek Sczaniecki, Marek Sulek, Caspar Veeger 23.10 – 7.11.2004

October 23, 2004 8:55 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

  Het idee voor ’30 dirty pictures’ is als grap ontstaan in de rozentuin van de Gallery WM op een zomerse namiddag. Twee jaar later gaat het project, dat als grap begon,... Continue reading


“Egosentrika” Group Exhibition: Roberto Mancuso Alvarez, Jaap Bijsterbosch, Virginia Diaz, Brian Hill, Frederieke Jochems, Cindy Marler, Wanda Michalak, Krzysztof Pruszkowski, Pete Purnell, Jac.B.Rieder, Gideon Smit, Leszek Sczaniecki, Tomek Sikora, Pawel Zak, Krystyna Ziach, Wilhelmus (Pim) Vlug, Mayumi Nagasaki 22.11 – 20.12.2003

November 22, 2003 9:22 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

“Wanda & Man About” 1957   Photographer Wanda Michalak asked several artists (fourteen photographers, a painter and a video artist) to portray her. The result can be viewed in the... Continue reading


“20×20 Inches of Holland” Group exhibition: Jaap Bijsterbosch, Dirk Blij, Maarten Brinkgreve, Marlo Broekmans, Chico Colombo, Gé Dubbelman, Virginia Diaz, Aloys Ginjaar, Truus van Gog, Brian Hill, Michiel Kort, Cindy Marler, Wanda Michalak, Pete Purnell, Leszek Sczaniecki, Gideon Smit, Caspar Veeger, Leo Veger, Ton Werkhoven, Jenny E Wesly 28.06 – 2.09.2001

June 28, 2001 10:06 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

  WM Gallery requested 20 photographers to present their own personal view of the Netherlands, and gave them each a wall space of 20 inches to express their different interpretations.... Continue reading


Pete’s Portraits

January 1, 2000 3:09 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Miguel Petchkovsky ‘Pieces of my time’ 2000, photo by Pete Purnell Miguel Petchkovsky ‘Pieces of my time’ 2000, photo by Pete Purnell