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Galerie Caroline O’Breen Galerie Caroline O'Breen aims on presenting current leading fine art photography from artists from t We focus on engaged and conceptual photography based art.

Galerie Caroline O'Breen aims on presenting current leading fine art photography from artists from the Netherlands and abroad.

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.lunenburg was interviewed for the podcast KUNST IS LANG (het leven is kort) about his architecture-inspired research-ba...
07/12/2022

.lunenburg was interviewed for the podcast KUNST IS LANG (het leven is kort) about his architecture-inspired research-based work. Interview by

The podcast sheds light on how the smallest architectural details are connected to major human themes and how Bart's work is never about just a building.

Check out episode 231 of the podcast to hear the whole conversation.

Find the link to the full podcast in our stories (the interview is in Dutch)



Booth rehang 💥 as a result of the successful first days at the fair. See these new works by  during the weekend at PARIS...
12/11/2022

Booth rehang 💥 as a result of the successful first days at the fair. See these new works by during the weekend at PARIS PHOTO]

📍 Find us at Curiosa sector PARIS PHOTO]
Booth SC6
10-13 November
Grand Palais Éphémère, Paris

The series on view is called Manufactured Manual. The title refers to the archival images that appear in this series of works. The images, mainly, are taken from photography manuals that explain technical aspects of photography.

Pelupessy combines a selection of those archival photographs with contemporary image manipulations by using a screen-printing screen in a new way.



This collage of two colour exposures on silkscreen by  is currently on view at The plexiglass in front of the triptych i...
10/11/2022

This collage of two colour exposures on silkscreen by is currently on view at

The plexiglass in front of the triptych is engraved and links the 3 canvases together. It is a visual reference to photoshop brush tool.

Jaya combines a selection of archival photographs with contemporary image manipulations and uses a screen-printing screen in a new way, as a canvas for colorful multi exposures.

📍 Find us at Curiosa sector
Booth SC6
10-13 November
Grand Palais Éphémère, Paris

Image:

Two colour exposure on silkscreen
Aluminium silkscreen, engraved plexiglas, wood
140 x 280 x 6 cm
Triptych
Unique



Pleased with our booth at , solo presentation of Jaya Pelupessy. Find us here since today!📍Curiosa sector, booth SC610-1...
09/11/2022

Pleased with our booth at , solo presentation of Jaya Pelupessy. Find us here since today!

📍Curiosa sector, booth SC6
10-13 November
9 November opening on invitation
Grand Palais Éphémère, Paris

❕Our gallery in Amsterdam remains open the whole week with the show of .lunenburg and

The work of was selected for the Curiosa sector by Holly Roussell , curator UCCA Center for Contemporary Art, China, previously curator Prix Elysée.



Thrilled to present this work by Jaya Pelupessy at  already this week 💥Selected for the Curiosa sector by Holly Roussell...
07/11/2022

Thrilled to present this work by Jaya Pelupessy at already this week 💥

Selected for the Curiosa sector by Holly Roussell , curator UCCA Center for Contemporary Art, China, previously curator Prix Elysée.

📍 Find us at and Jaya at Curiosa sector, booth SC6
10-13 November, Grand Palais Éphémère, Paris

❕Our gallery in Amsterdam remains open the whole week with the show of .lunenburg and

Image:

Collage #19 - Manufactured Manual, 2022
Three colour exposure on silkscreen
145 x 185 x 6 cm
Unique



Thrilled to present this work by Jaya Pelupessy at  already this week 💥Selected for the Curiosa sector by Holly Roussell...
07/11/2022

Thrilled to present this work by Jaya Pelupessy at already this week 💥

Selected for the Curiosa sector by Holly Roussell , curator UCCA Center for Contemporary Art, China, previously curator Prix Elysée.

📍 Find us at and Jaya at Curiosa sector, booth SC6
10-13 November, Grand Palais Éphémère, Paris

❕Our gallery in Amsterdam remains open the whole week with the show of .lunenburg and

Image:

Collage #19 - Manufactured Manual, 2022
Three colour exposure on silkscreen
145 x 185 x 6 cm
Unique



Today is the last day of  outdoor presentation of .lunenburg The presentation of his series The Healer is held at the mu...
30/10/2022

Today is the last day of outdoor presentation of .lunenburg

The presentation of his series The Healer is held at the museum’s monastery garden.

Lunenburg delves into the local context of the Catharijnegasthuis, the former medieval hospital.

The Healer is a series of photographic works and sculptures that explore principles of air purification, ventilation and quarantine as preventative measures against the plague.

The work draws on numerous stories and examples from history in which a dubious role was assigned to air as a source of contamination.

Works from The Healer are currently also on view at our gallery.
📍Visit us Wed-Fri 12-18 hrs, and Sat 13-18 hrs



ARTWORK HIGHLIGHTThis is The Healer #13 by Bart Lunenburg. Inspired by the building of the monastery Catharijneconvent. ...
27/10/2022

ARTWORK HIGHLIGHT

This is The Healer #13 by Bart Lunenburg. Inspired by the building of the monastery Catharijneconvent. This work is currently on view at the gallery.

Bart Lunenburg] creates scale models and spatial installations. The framed pieces are easy to confuse for a wooden sculpture.

In this work, Lunenburg incorporates smoke to refer to the large medieval city fires. Those fires were set to purify entire inner cities from contaminated air, and on a smaller scale in houses. In this series of photographic works, videos, and sculptures, the oak truss constructions of medieval houses form the basis for an abstract narrative about purification.

In an openly interpretable way, the series The Healer is about hope and healing, decay and destruction and trying to get a grip on the elusive and invisible.

💌 For inquiries about the portfolio of Bart Lunenburg, mail us at [email protected] or send a DM

Bart Lunenburg]
The Healer #13, 2022
Archival inkjet print on Canson Rag Fine Art paper
Oak wood frame with museum glass, treated with beeswax
62,5 x 50 cm or 35 x 28 cm
Ed. 2/7 + 2 AP



ARTWORK HIGHLIGHTThis is The Healer #13 by Bart Lunenburg. Inspired by the building of the monastery Catharijneconvent. ...
27/10/2022

ARTWORK HIGHLIGHT

This is The Healer #13 by Bart Lunenburg. Inspired by the building of the monastery Catharijneconvent. This work is currently on view at the gallery.

Bart Lunenburg] creates scale models and spatial installations. The framed pieces are easy to confuse for a wooden sculpture.

In this work, Lunenburg incorporates smoke to refer to the large medieval city fires. Those fires were set to purify entire inner cities from contaminated air, and on a smaller scale in houses. In this series of photographic works, videos, and sculptures, the oak truss constructions of medieval houses form the basis for an abstract narrative about purification.

In an openly interpretable way, the series The Healer is about hope and healing, decay and destruction and trying to get a grip on the elusive and invisible.

💌 For inquiries about the portfolio of Bart Lunenburg, mail us at [email protected] or send a DM

Bart Lunenburg]
The Healer #13, 2022
Archival inkjet print on Canson Rag Fine Art paper
Oak wood frame with museum glass, treated with beeswax
62,5 x 50 cm or 35 x 28 cm
Ed. 2/7 + 2 AP



Throwback to the vernissage last week ❤️ Thank you everyone for showing up for the Preview & Opening of the duo exhibiti...
21/10/2022

Throwback to the vernissage last week ❤️ Thank you everyone for showing up for the Preview & Opening of the duo exhibition of Bart Lunenburg & Chaïm Dijkstra! It was a great and festive weekend

The exhibition ’A line, a grid, a knot’ is officially open and runs until later in December. Don’t miss it!

The show is multi-disciplinary and features photography, sculpture, weaving, textile and drawing.

📍We are open Wed-Fri, 12-18 hrs and Sat 13-18 hrs



Throwback to the vernissage last week ❤️ Thank you everyone for showing up for the Preview & Opening of the duo exhibiti...
21/10/2022

Throwback to the vernissage last week ❤️ Thank you everyone for showing up for the Preview & Opening of the duo exhibition of Bart Lunenburg & Chaïm Dijkstra! It was a great and festive weekend

The exhibition ’A line, a grid, a knot’ is officially open and runs until later in December. Don’t miss it!

The show is multi-disciplinary and features photography, sculpture, weaving, textile and drawing.

📍We are open Wed-Fri, 12-18 hrs and Sat 13-18 hrs



For the upcoming exhibition 'A line, a grid, a knot', .lunenburg invited  to exhibit as a guest artist. Both artists sim...
13/10/2022

For the upcoming exhibition 'A line, a grid, a knot', .lunenburg invited to exhibit as a guest artist.

Both artists simulate geometric still lives and constructions in front of the camera, in the form of scale models or experimental colour studies.

Join us for the Festive Opening
‘A line, a grid, a knot’
Bart Lunenburg, Chaïm Dijkstra
🥂 Sat. 15 Oct, 16-18 hrs 🥂

Chaïm Dijkstra will present a selection from their ongoing 'Colour Still Life' series, which include works made with their newly invented colour photography processes, and the self-developed colour camera.

BIO
Chaïm Dijkstra (b. 1990, NL) is a visual artist focused on the investigation into colour and light. Their work consists of conceptual colour studies and deploys self-invented technical processes. Dijkstra's inventions often concern technical restrictions of perception and representation of colour in photography. In 2019, the work of Chaïm Dijkstra was shown at VeniceBiennale as art of a video installation Blurring the Lines at the European Cultural Centre (Venice, IT) and at Espace 15 during Paris Photo 2019 (Paris, FR).

Image:

Colour still life No. 0 2018
Archival pigment print
120 x 96 cm
Ed. 5 + 2 AP



Delighted to announce a new exhibition, save the date 🔥 ‘A line, a grid, a knot’ – with works of Bart Lunenburg en Chaïm...
05/10/2022

Delighted to announce a new exhibition, save the date 🔥
‘A line, a grid, a knot’ – with works of Bart Lunenburg en Chaïm Dijkstra

Join us for the Festive Opening:
🥂 Sat. 15 Oct, 16-18 hrs 🥂

For this show, Bart Lunenburg] invited to exhibit as a guest artist. They both simulate geometric still lives and constructions in front of the camera, in the form of scale models or experimental colour studies. 

These conceptual, yet often playful arrangements and compositions challenge the two-dimensional surface of photography and give form to research into a.o. architecture, memory, colour theory, and technical restrictions of the medium of photography.

Currently, work of Bart Lunenburg is also simultaneously exhibited at (Amersfoort, NL),  (Utrecht, NL) and at (Maarssen, NL).

Image:
Bart Lunenburg]
The Healer #14 (cloth / thyme), 2022
Archival inkjet print
62,5 x 50 cm
Ed. 7 + 2 AP



Anastasia Samoylova took this observational shot on the background of the Deauville hotel in Miami Beach. It hosted the ...
03/10/2022

Anastasia Samoylova took this observational shot on the background of the Deauville hotel in Miami Beach. It hosted the Beatles, Frank Sinatra and John F. Kennedy back in the day.

After year of neglect, it is currently being demolished. At the same time, the sought-after tropical climate drives the real estate market to continue to build in Florida – upon land that is known to be slipping into the ocean.

The work of Anastasia Samoylova concerns social, economical, and climatic aspects of the present day.

📍Come visit our current exhibition of Anastasia Samoylova] with her recent work from the project ‘Floridas’.
The show is open for one more week! Wed-Fri 12-18 hrs, and Sat 13-18 hrs

Image:
Anastasia Samoylova]
Wind, Miami Beach, 2020
Archival Pigment Print
100 x 80 cm, 127 x 100 cm
Ed. 3/5 + 2 AP



Corrosion visible in this image is a result of fresh saltwater. The patina of constant moisture eroding a sidewalk is a ...
01/10/2022

Corrosion visible in this image is a result of fresh saltwater. The patina of constant moisture eroding a sidewalk is a silent remainder of recurring floods.

Anastasia Samoylova makes her photographs on wandering road trips, often encountering the most telling subjects by chance. She took this shot in Hollywood — a coastal city on Florida's east shore, an area extremely prone to flooding.

There might be an alerting hollowness behind the rust, but she’s not painting a catastrophe. Samoylova’s images exist on the thin border between a sobering reality and the melancholy of life in the time of climate change.

📍 Come visit our current exhibition of Anastasia Samoylova] with her recent work from the project ‘Floridas’. The show is open for the last two weekends, Wednesday-Saturday until 18:00.

Image:
Anastasia Samoylova]
Rust, Hollywood, 2019
Archival Pigment Print
100 x 80 cm, 127 x 100 cm
Ed. 3/5 + 2 AP



We are looking back at a successful fair ! With Arjan de Nooy, Satijn Panyigay and Jaya Pelupessy. Thank you everyone fo...
23/09/2022

We are looking back at a successful fair ! With Arjan de Nooy, Satijn Panyigay and Jaya Pelupessy.

Thank you everyone for your visits, inspiring conversations and support 💌 We are looking forward to seeing you again at our gallery or – very soon – at !

For inquiries about portfolios of the works presented at Unseen, feel free to email us at [email protected] or directly here on Instagram.



Anastasia Samoylova shares a heart-warming story about her image. This work is now on view at the gallery. “Movie Theate...
20/09/2022

Anastasia Samoylova shares a heart-warming story about her image. This work is now on view at the gallery.

“Movie Theater, Pahokee, Florida. The Art Deco gem of a theater from 1931 has been vacant since a major storm damaged it over a decade ago.

A deal was made by the city to sell the land to the owner of an adjacent gas station in 2010, with the condition that the new owner have the theatre demolished.

Instead, he began repairs on the building, and the city sued him. In a letter to the city, the owner said he had a change of heart about demolishing the historic building after residents asked him to fix and re-open it.”

📍Anastasia Samoylova – Floridas
We’re open Wed-Fri 12-18 hrs, and Sat 13-18 hrs

Image:

Movie Theatre, Pahokee, 2018
Archival Pigment Print
100 x 127 cm
Ed. 5 + 2 AP



Last chance to see this booth today at  photo fair. Today until 19.00! PresentingArjan de NooySatijn PanyigayJaya Pelupe...
18/09/2022

Last chance to see this booth today at photo fair. Today until 19.00!

Presenting
Arjan de Nooy
Satijn Panyigay
Jaya Pelupessy

Arjan de Nooy is presenting collages from his new not-yet-released book Photology. Part of them is made of material from the original catalogue accompanying the 1955 MoMA exhibition The Family of Man.

Jaya Pelupessy is showing his unique multi-exposed collages on the silkscreen frames in CMYK-colour scheme. He invented this technique and created the photosensitive colour emulsions himself.

On view from Satijn Panyigay is het new series Twilight Zone (FOAM). Empty rooms of in-between the exhibitions, captured on film, reveal an unexpectedly wide colour range.



Satijn Panyigay takes her photographs during solitary, meditative explorations of the temporarily empty museum spaces — ...
13/09/2022

Satijn Panyigay takes her photographs during solitary, meditative explorations of the temporarily empty museum spaces — this time, at photography museum in Amsterdam. At we are showing the first part of this series.

Twilight Zone (FOAM) has a recognisable majestic hyper-realistic aesthetic of Panyigay, yet this series offers a new tonality to the project. The images are warm and the seemingly white museum walls reveal a whole hidden range of colour to the surface.

Twilight Zone is an extensive photographic project for which Satijn Panyigay captures empty exhibition spaces of the Dutch contemporary art museums.

UNSEEN 2022
16-18 September
Booth #7
Presenting Satijn Panyigay, Jaya Pelupessy, Arjan de Nooy

❕Our gallery in Amsterdam remains open with the solo exhibition of Anastasia Samoylova

Image:

Twilight Zone (FOAM) 01, 2022
Inkjet print on fine art paper
70 x 52.5 cm and 120 x 90 cm
Ed. 5 + 2 AP (per size)



We are delighted to present Satijn Panyigay, Jaya Pelupessy & Arjan de Nooy at  this week. Visit us at booth #7! 💥 Pleas...
12/09/2022

We are delighted to present Satijn Panyigay, Jaya Pelupessy & Arjan de Nooy at this week. Visit us at booth #7!

💥 Pleasant addition: the work of Jaya Pelupessy was also selected for the exhibition UNBOUND – on view during Unseen at Transformatorhuis. Unbound is curated by Damarice Amao, photography curator of in Paris.

On view during Unseen:

▫️
Twilight Zone (FOAM)
— empty rooms of the photography museum

▫️Jaya Pelupessy]
Manufactured Manual
— multiexposed collages on silkscreen frames

▫️Arjan de Nooy
Photology
— original collages of iconic photographs

❕Our gallery in Amsterdam remains open with the solo exhibition of Anastasia Samoylova

Image:
Jaya Pelupessy]
Collage #18 - Manufactured Manual, 2022
Three colour exposure on silkscreen
320 x 135 x 6 cm
Unique



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Tanja Engelberts — “I like discovering places and seeing how certain places function. I capture my fascinations through photography and occasionally through film. In my studio, these places and spaces come together, as I am trying to recall what these places mean, what they consist of."

In her work, Dutch photographer Tanja Engelberts explores the duality between the romantic landscape and its economic reality in today's world. In this context, she captured rural Wyoming, as well as the endless North Sea. In her practice, she delves deeper into the history and consequences of extracting fossil fuels from the landscape. The name of this series, '500 meters afar’, refers to the nautical law that prohibits ships from sailing closer than 500 meters from a drilling or production platform. It also stands for the fact that as outsiders, we never reach these platforms. The harsh conditions at sea turn the offshore industry almost into the symbol (icon) of man overcoming nature. Artificial cities of concrete and metal in a seemingly empty sea. They leave a lot to the imagination. But in recent years, many companies have ceased operations, and Engelberts documents a landscape that is demolished and no longer there. During Art Rotterdam, her work was shown in the booth of Galerie Caroline O’Breen. Explore more work from the booth on GalleryViewer: www.galleryviewer.com/en/event/13/exhibition/2233/608.
Satijn Panyigay — “When art is not there, what do you then see? When you’re not distracted by the art? You only see the traces of what was there before, and your imagination fills in the rest - the stories, the happenings, and thus the photos invite you to go inward.”

Until 5 March, Caroline O’Breen in Amsterdam is programming a solo exhibition with work by Satijn Panyigay. It shows her latest additions to the series "Twilight Zone", in which the photographer captures empty, seemingly abandoned museum spaces. She shows us that the museum is more than a series of white backdrops. How do the spaces in which we look at art influence the ways in which we experience art? In the exhibition at Galerie Caroline O'Breen, Panyigay invites us to look at the characteristic and recognisable empty spaces of the Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo (the Netherlands). She was allowed to capture the museum in a period between two exhibitions. The museum will turn 84 years old in July, so the walls breathe a certain history. Panyigay shows us a side of the museum that few people have seen: with bare walls that almost radiate something fragile, because you know they shouldn't be empty. That creates a certain tension, because what is a museum without art, visitors and by extension: authority? Panyigay previously captured Museum Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam, just before the museum closed its doors for a long-term renovation. As in her other work, she proficiently plays with light and darkness, with a great sense of melancholy. The background of the museum suddenly becomes the foreground. Panyigay states that she is looking for a certain "presence" in the apparent emptiness, but what exactly is that presence, that essence, without the art? Panyigay invites you to offer your own interpretation.
Here is a great review on Anne Geene's work published in FD Persoonlijk Magazine (Dutch only). The artist has currently an exhibition on view at Kröller-Müller Museum and at Galerie Caroline O’Breen and her work is the subject of a new publication published by De Hef and distributed by us.
More information: https://www.ideabooks.nl/9789069060538-anne-geene-book-of-plants
ON SHOW DURING UNSEEN — Anastasia Samoylova: "I found myself in this constructed landscape sublime tableau, because [Miami] is so dependent on its own image and presentation. There are so many issues that are concealed by utopian imagery. The incessant promotion of travel and the city as a desirable destination mixed with the images used to promote real estate sales are the two driving forces behind Miami’s economy. You see all these billboards covering up rusting facades, and when you peek through them you see the dug out foundations, filled with water.”

Expectations are that the city of Miami (with nearly 22 million inhabitants) will have to have to be completely evacuated by 2060, due to the rapid rise of the water levels. Nevertheless, new plans are currently being made for 32 residential towers on the beach. Russian-American photographer Anastasia Samoylova captured the Floridian city in a unique way, focusing on certain traces, hints of what awaits the residents of the city. Yet the end result is surprisingly beautiful. When Samoylova moved to Miami in 2016, the city experienced its hottest summer on record. In her work, the photographer contrasts the paradise-like elements of the tropical city — from the warm pastel tones to the dreamy seascapes — with the water damage and a worrying lack of secure foundations. During Unseen (17-19 September) you can see Samoylova's work in the booth of Galerie Caroline O’Breen.
From Thursday July 15, Galerie Caroline O’Breen will present:

Tanja Engelberts — Future Maps for Hollow Places
Antoinette Nausikaä —A River Runs Through Me

In this duo-presentation both artists research the intersection between man and nature. resident Tanja Engelberts investigates the duality between the romantic landscape and its economic reality in today’s world, and how this landscape is being exhausted and robbed of its natural resources. Alum Antoinette Nausicaä’s research revolves around places where nature and urbanism intertwine. By using different media she observes and analyzes the interconnectedness within a certain environment and how we experience ourselves as part of the larger whole.

The works are on view until August 28, more information on https://carolineobreen.com
ROTTERDAM ART WEEK TIP: 4x4 — Four artists will present a four-part piece at De Achtertuin during Rotterdam Art Week: Jaya Pelupessy, Nazif Lopulissa, Janine van Oene and Thomas Trum. At the invitation of the Achtertuin, a cultural workshop hidden behind the historic buildings on the Ooszeedijk in Kralingen, the four artists present major works. All four of them make a four-part piece and challenge themselves to explore new possibilities within their existing practice. Tickets (€3.20) are for sale via www.rotterdamartweek.info.

TIP: Work by these artists can also be spotted at Art Rotterdam this weekend. Thomas Trum and Janine van Oene show their work in the booth of Gerhard Hofland, Jaya Pelupessy at Galerie Caroline O’Breen and Nazif Lopulissa is represented by Mini Galerie.

📷: Rokus Wilmink
[Exposition]

« Pour moi, ces montagnes sont des monuments qui se dressent devant nous, devenant peu à peu le portrait de mon père qui, d’une certaine manière, ne disparaîtrait jamais ».

Les montagnes personnifiées de Victoire Eouzan à la Galerie Caroline O’Breen.

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[Exhibition]

“To me, these mountains are monuments standing in front of us, gradually becoming the portrait of my father who, in a certain way, would never disappear”.

Victoire Eouzan's epitomised mountains at Caroline O'Breen Gallery.
ONLINE STUDIO VISIT: SATIJN PANYIGAY // Heb je de allereerste editie van Young Collectors Festival Utrecht gisteren gemist? Don’t worry, we got you: speciaal voor jou hebben we een miniserie opgenomen waarin je een online inkijkje krijgt in een kunstenaarsatelier. First up: Satijn Panyigay! PS de volgende editie van het festival vindt plaats op 28 augustus, ben jij er ook bij?

Satijn: "Het maakt me verdrietig dat sommige mensen hun verdriet met zich meedragen, zonder dat ze het kunnen delen met andere mensen. Met mijn werk wil ik laten zien dat je niet de enige bent met die gevoelens. Ik hoop dat het een beetje troost biedt. Een moment van verstilling in drukke levens, waarin mensen burn-outs krijgen omdat ze teveel werken. Ik denk dat het leven meer te bieden heeft dan dat."

TIP: Tijdens Art Rotterdam 2021 kun je haar werk bekijken in de booth van Galerie Caroline O’Breen.

🎥: FleurFilmt
'Ici, le temps s'étire (here, where time stretches)' bij Galerie Caroline O’Breen in Amsterdam met werk van Hans Bol, Victoire Eouzan en Alexander Sporre Photography.

www.fotoexpositie.nl/exposities/ici_le_temps_setire.html
The exhibitions 'Oasis' by Matthieu Litt & 'Coming Waters' by Anastasia Samoylova are on show at Galerie Caroline O’Breen until next Saturday (April 10).

Fortunately, the next exhibition is coming up very soon; already on April 15. 'Ici, le temps s’étire' (Here, where time stretches) shows the work of Hans Bol and two new artists: Victoire Eouzan and Alexander Sporre. Together they offer a kaleidoscopic view onto a feature which regulates, paces, and constructs our lives.

Make sure not to miss the current exhibitions (nor the one that's coming up) and to reserve your timeslot:
https://www.carolineobreen.com/contact/
ON SHOW NOW — Anastasia Samoylova: “I found myself in this constructed landscape sublime tableau, because this whole place is so dependent on its own image and presentation. There are so many issues that are concealed by utopian imagery. The incessant promotion of travel and the city as a desirable destination mixed with the images used to promote real estate sales are the two driving forces behind Miami’s economy. You see all these billboards covering up rusting facades, and when you peek through them you see the dug out foundations filled with water.”

Estimates are that Miami (with nearly 22 million inhabitants) will have to evacuate completely by 2060, due to the rapidly rising water levels. Nevertheless, 32 residential towers on the beach are currently being built. Russian-American photographer Anastasia Samoylova captured the Floridian city, focusing on the betraying hints, traces of what is to come. The end result is surprisingly beautiful. When Samoylova moved to Miami in 2016, the city experienced its hottest summer ever. In her work, the photographer shows paradise-like nature of the tropical city, from the warm pastel shades to the dreamy seascapes. But she contrasts that with signs of water damage and a lack of a secure foundation. Her work is currently on show in the duo exhibition “Coming Waters” in Galerie Caroline O’Breen (until April 10), alongside work of Matthieu Litt. Read more about the exhibition on Gallery Viewer: www.galleryviewer.com/en/exhibition/1892/coming-waters-a-samoylova-oasis-m-litt.
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