Rutger Ten broeke
Vente de Photographies anciennes, modernes et contemporaines à la maison Ader
Photographies anciennes par :
M. Aleo, Alinari, E. Atget, G. de Beaucorps, A. Braun, D. Charnay, Chevojon, G. Cromer, E. S. Curtis, Disdéri, T. Dumas, P. Géniaux, L. Gimpel, E. Huard, C. Lallemand, G. Le Gray, Charles Marville, L. Misonne, C. Moon, F. Moulin, P. Petit, G. v. Plüschow, G. Poulet, S. Rimathé, F. Rinehart, G. Sommer, H. Stevens, J. v. Wiesner et divers.
Exceptionnel réunion de quatre négatifs verre au collodion par Adolphe Braun, de formats monumentaux. Les plus grands négatifs du 19e siècle.
Rare daguerréotype mexicain.
Beaux ensembles de plaques de verre colorisées par Paul Géniaux et d’autochromes par Léon Gimpel.
Photographies modernes et contemporaines par :
L. Albin G...
Exhibition : « The Age of Innocence » by Rutger ten BroekeKahmann Gallery is proud to present the solo exhibition The Age of Innocence of Rutger ten Broeke (1944). In this exhibition highlights from the almost fifty year long career of Ten Broeke will be combined with his latest works.
© Rutger ten Broeke
Ten Broeke is a key figure for the development of photography in the Netherlands, both artistically and commercially. While he was still studying at the renowned Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam, he started his own company RTB Photography. In 1984 he organised the Photography Biennial in Enschede, the first of its kind in the Netherlands. He worked for various fashion pulbications and started the gallery F32 in 1985, one of the first Dutch galleries to specialise in photography. Ten Broeke also teached for many years at the AKI (Academy for Arts and Industry) in ...
STILLLIFE - Vanitas in PhotographyIn the early days of photography, exposure times were very long, making static objects the ideal subject matter for the pioneers of the medium. However, as the technology developed, the fascination for capturing the still life has remained. While a still life can look deceptively simple, it is one of the most difficult types of art for a photographer to achieve. It requires a keen sense of lighting, as well as great compositional skills. The true test of a great artist thus lies in the creation of a still life.
In this exhibition Kahmann Gallery will show a selection of present-day still life photography by eight renowned artists. Rutger ten Broeke, Linelle Deunk, Casper Faassen, Lonneke van der Palen, Paul den Hollander, Carla van de Puttelaar, Jeroen Toirkens and Lorenzo Vitturi will all present their interpretation...
Kahmann Gallery presents "Time & Pace" of Rutger ten Broeke and Linelle Deunk
Kahmann Gallery proudly presents the first dual exhibition of Rutger ten Broeke and Linelle Deunk, bringing together two generations of photography. This exhibition will show that their work has more in common than just absence of colour. In both their works there is a sense of timelessness and placelessness, asking nothing of the viewer but to enjoy the image as it is.
© Rutger ten Broeke, Jugendstil Meditation, Kinga, 2012
RUTGER TEN BROEKE (Arnhem,1944) is a key figure in the development of photography in the Netherlands, both in commercial and artistic sense. While still studying at the renowned Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam, Ten Broeke started a commercial business, named RTB Photography. In 1984, he organized the first photography biennial in Enschede, The...
VERGE MIAMI : DUTCH NUDES
“DUTCH NUDES” Photographers:
ED VAN DER ELKSEN (The Netherlands 1925 - 1990)
Ed van der Elsken was born in Amsterdam in 1925. Inspired and shaped by his relationships, extensive international travels and work abroad, Van der Elsken was known as the “enfant terrible” of Dutch photography. A talented photographer and filmmaker, he documented his meetings with people in photographs and films for more than 40 years. He preferred to photograph striking individuals and would often attract the subject’s attention before taking the picture. Many of his subjects therefore look straight into the lens. His first photography book, Love on the Left Bank, was published during his Parisian period in 1956 and instantly made him world-famous. Some 20 photography books followed. In 1988 Van der Elske...
Kahmann Gallery at Artantiquebeautiful mix of rare vintage works and contemporary photography, with special attention for French photographer Tiane Doan Na Champassak.
Doan Na Champassak's fascination for real craft ship brings him to an endless search for exceptional, nearly antique photo paper. Paper of such great value that it is a museum piece on its own. Doan Na Champassak is one of the happy few that can work with the Fresson family, who have been executing prints in direct charcoal colour since 1952.
The latest series of Doan Na Champassak, has a lot to do with his interest in human beings, it is all about peeping. It consists of an installation of 20 new works, all gelatin silver prints, printed on various vintage and rare photo papers from the 1940's to 1970's. At Artantique this new series will be exhibited for the first time.
IMAGINE A collection of contemporary and vintage photographsKahmann Gallery presents a wonderful selection of both vintage and contemporary photographs from all artist represented by the gallery. Together they are a perfect embodiment of the heartbeat of the Kahmann Gallery and prove of its unique identity established since the foundation in 2004. Although quite different in age, meaning, content and technique, all works presented have a single thing in common: their origin in the creative spirit of a creator who transformed ideas, concepts, vision and feeling into an intriguing visual artwork that continues to induce both us and future generations. Let's share their imagination!
The exhibition contains over 30 photographs in both colour and black-and-white, vintage as well as contemporary work, from well-known artist and upcoming talents....