Photographer Karin Borghouts followed the path of Vincent van Gogh, from his Dutch birthplace in Zundert to Auvers-sur-Oise in France where he took his own life. She has also reconstructed more of 30 of his still lifes and photographed them. Vincent was here is a visual investigation exploring the boundary between photography and painting. The exhibition can vary from 12 to 50 photos in different sizes. Preferably, exhibition spaces are eligible having a connection with Van Gogh. Interested? Please do not hesitate to contact us.
Because of Vincent
Saturday, 18 December 2021 to Sunday, 3 July 2022
A group exhibition of contemporary art inspired by Van Gogh in which photographer Karin Borghouts participates at the City Museum of Breda (NL).
Friday, 17 December 2021 to Sunday, 6 March 2022
Vincent was here was on show from 17 December 2021 until 6 March 2022 in three rooms of the Terra Nova visitors' centre - La Citadelle de Namur, Belgium.
De Vuyst in Lokeren
Wednesday, 13 October 2021 to Saturday, 4 December 2021
In the autumn of 2021, the exhibition was on show at the renowned art gallery and auction house De Vuyst at Lokeren Belgium.
Friday, 25 June 2021 to Sunday, 26 September 2021
This new Vincent was here exhibition will be held in Antwerp, Belgium, where Vincent van Gogh stayed for three months in 1885-1886.
Van GoghHuis Zundert
Sunday, 16 February 2020 to Sunday, 16 August 2020
The second ‘Vincent was here’ exhibition was held in the village where Vincent was born: Zundert, in the Netherlands near the Belgian border. Vincent van Gogh was born in Zundert on 30 March 1853.
Het Noordbrabants Museum
Saturday, 21 September 2019 to Sunday, 19 January 2020
The first Vincent was here photography exhibition was held in autumn 2019 in the garden gallery at Het Noordbrabants Museum in ‘s-Hertogenbosch (the Netherlands). The photographs were exhibited at the same time as the major exhibition ‘Van Gogh’s Inner Circle’, with work by Vincent van Gogh and his contemporaries, which attracted high numbers of visitors. There were 12 photographs from Van Gogh’s Brabant period on display. The exhibition was very successful, with thousands of visitors.