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Annemarie van Buuren, Nicole Hagesteijn, Jacqueline Louter-Hoos, Mariska Pool, Mark van Hattem & Baukje Venema - Haagse Kunstkring - De Verborgen Bron

Date: November 29th - December 24th 2023

The exhibition 'The Hidden Source' is a unique collaboration between photographers collective Nomads of Sehnsucht and poets from the Literature Department of Haagse Kunstkring (The Hague Art Circle). Together they take up the challenge to express the deeper meaning of 'The Hidden Source' as a theme. An ambiguous, elusive theme, which can involve both an abstract and a personal concept. It is a universal human search for the source of inspiration, wisdom and creativity, which often seems hidden and difficult to grasp. Poets and Nomads are taken on a journey through the magical realm of the imagination, discovering new worlds and reaching for the indefinable, in their longing for 'The Hidden Source'. The poets of the Hague Art Circle selected and composed poems for this exhibition that fit the theme. The photographers of Nomads of Sehnsucht, in turn, reflected on these poems with their work. They experiment with the boundaries of photography, partly out of curiosity about the medium and partly out of an effort to arrive at their own visual language, suitable for depicting a indefinable desire - Sehnsucht. The work is made with digital and analogue cameras, high-tech or developed and printed by hand in the darkroom. This has created an interesting, associative image that can be viewed and read. The works of art and poems are presented side by side. The poets of the Hague Art Circle who participate in this exhibition are Anne Tjerk Mante, Corina Engelbrecht, Gerrit Vennema, Hans Franse and Theo Monkhorst. Sehnsucht members Annemarie van Buuren, Baukje Venema, Jacqueline Louter-Hoos, Mariska Pool, Mark van Hattem, Nicole Hagesteijn and Olga Rook present their artworks.

Opening: Saturday December 2, 2023 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Event: 'The Artist is Seen' December 10, 2023, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM meeting led by Paul de Mol to discuss the exhibition with visitors and artists.
Address: Haagse Kunstkring, Denneweg 64, 2514 CJ The Hague

For more information check: haagsekunstkring.nl



Annemarie van Buuren, Nicole Hagesteijn, Mark van Hattem, Jacqueline Louter-Hoos, Mariska Pool, Olga Rook & Baukje Venema  -  Pulchri Studio - The Hidden Source

Date: March 23rd - April 16th 2024
With an exhibition on the theme 'The Hidden Source', photographers' collective Nomads of Sehnsucht finds a sublime temporary home in the beautiful garden room of Pulchri Studio on the Lange Voorhout in The Hague. The Nomads of Sehnsucht take up the challenge to express the deeper meaning of 'The Hidden Source' as a theme. An ambiguous, elusive theme, which can imply both an abstract and a personal concept. It is a universal human search for the source of inspiration, wisdom and creativity, which often seems hidden and difficult to grasp. In the works of art that we show in our exhibition, we see this search for a hidden source. The Nomads are taken on a journey through the magical realm of the imagination, discovering new worlds and reaching for the indefinable, in their longing for 'The Hidden Source'. In their work the Nomads Of Sehnsucht experiment with the boundaries of photography. Partly out of curiosity about the medium and partly out of an effort to arrive at his own visual language, suitable for depicting indefinable desires - Sehnsucht. The work is made with digital and analogue cameras, high-tech or developed and printed by hand in the darkroom. This is how an interesting, associative image was created around the theme 'The Hidden Source'. The exhibition starts on March 23, 2024 with a freely accessible opening at Pulchri Studio from 4 p.m. Sehnsucht members exhibiting: Annemarie van Buuren, Baukje Venema, Jacqueline Louter-Hoos, Mariska Pool, Mark van Hattem, Nicole Hagesteijn and Olga Rook. Opening: Saturday March 23, 2024, from 4:00 PM Address: Pulchri Studio, Lange Voorhout 15, 2514 EA The Hague For more information: pulchri.nl


And we might be part of lots of other shows in 2024. Just stay tuned!




Past Exhibitions

2019 - Gallery crawl - Rotterdam
2020 - Rotterdam Photo - Rotterdam
2020 - Gallery crawl - Rotterdam
2020 - Rar Gallery - Spijkenisse
2021 - Castle Rhoon - Rhoon
2021 - Haagse Kunstkring - The Hague
2022 - Kunstweek Ameland







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