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News items of visual artist Carolina Koster / Nieuwsberichten van beeldend kunstenaar Carolina Koster
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Vruchtbare grond (Vertile soil) at Stedelijk Museum Schiedam

2018 / Welcome at the art manifestation ‘Vruchtbare grond’ at Stedelijk Museum Schiedam / Exhibition, lectures, workshops, performances, concerts, films and more.

With work of my series ‘(x,y,z,t)’.

> Opening 6 September 2018 / 11h / Welcome!

Vruchtbare grond
> 6 – 9 September 2018
Stedelijk Museum Schiedam / Hoogstraat 112 / 3111 HL Schiedam / www.stedelijkmuseumschiedam.nl

(x,y,z,t)#07 / Charcoal on both front and back of semi-transparant paper

Tekenkabinet VI

2018 / Two of my drawings are selected for Tekenkabinet VI. All works are on show and for sale: Relief_1801 en Relief_1802.

> Midissage on Sunday 6 May 2018 / 15 – 17 h / Welcome!

Tekenkabinet VI
> 1 April – 1 July 2018
Tekenkabinet / Amstelpark 13 (former Gallery Park Art) / Amsterdam / www.tekenkabinet.nl

Carolina Koster / Relief_ 1802 / 10,4 x 15 cm / Charcoal on treated corrugated cardboard / 2018

National Museumweek

2018 / For the Dutch National Museumweek 2018 I made an installation in Schiedam. It is an ode to ‘the piece of art that is about to be created’.
Materials: White, square, empty canvas / gold thread / nails.

National Museumweek 2018
> 9 – 15 april 2018
Location – Museum windmill ‘de Walvisch’ / Westvest 229 / Schiedam (NL) / www.openxpo.nl

Photo taken during the realisation of the installation

Opening Where the light comes in

2017 / On 19 november ‘Where the light comes in’ opened at exhibition space G126. With an opening speech by Antoinet Deurloo, initiator and curator of G126. Thanks for your visit!

Where the light comes in
> 20 Oktober 2017 – 19 January 2018 / (open 24/7)
G126 / Gerard Scholtenstraat 126 / Rotterdam / exhibition space g126

Photography – Michael Bom

Where the light comes in

2017 / Transparancy, reflection, border between the outside and the inside. Windflaw in curtains, moving lights on static glass. These are the elements that formed the inspiration for my new series ‘Where the light comes in’, ink and graphite on both front and back of semi-transparant paper. Placed behind the windows of project space G126, the works relate poetically and visually to their setting.

> Opening / Sunday 19 November 2017 / 15 – 18 h / welcome!
Only during the opening more works of this series will be on show in the project space.

Where the light comes in
> 20 Oktober 2017 – 19 January 2018 / (open 24/7)
G126 / Gerard Scholtenstraat 126 / Rotterdam (NL) / expositieruimte g126

2017 / Where the light comes in

Carolina Koster / Where the light comes in / Ink and graphite on both front and back of semi-transpaprant paper

Gallery Phœbus

2017 / Four drawings of the series (x,y,z,t) will be on show at Gallery Phœbus in the ‘Ladekastproject’. With works of Patrick Bergsma, Joost Colpaert, Marga Knaven, Carolina Koster, Dirk van Lieshout, Heidi Linck, Jadranka Njegovan, Miriam Verbeek, Barbara Witteveen.

> Opening Sunday 10 September / 15 – 17 h / Welcome!

Ladekastproject
> 10 September – 19 November 2017
Gallery Phœbus / Eendrachtsweg 61 / Rotterdam / www.phoebus.nl

Carolina Koster / Series (x,y,z,t) / Charcoal on both front and back of semi-transparant paper

Guest at Poetry International

2017 / On 31 May I was a guest in the talkshow of Poetry International. Thomas Möhlmann interviewed me about my work and the show Deemstering at Studio Seine. Deemstering is part of the Poetry + Art Gallery Tour of Poetry International.

Deemstering – Duo show of Arjan Janssen and Carolina Koster
> 19 May – 16 July 2017
Studio Seine / Mathenesserdijk 323a / Rotterdam / www.studioseine.nl

Photography – Tineke de Lange

Duo show Deemstering at Studio Seine

2017 / Deemstering
Falling darkness. Twilight. Transition between light and dark. Melancholy. A slumbering awareness of a coming farewell. These are some seeking considerations to characterize the exhibition of Carolina Koster and Arjan Janssen at Studio Seine.

> Opening / Friday 19 May / 19 – 22 h / Welcome!

Deemstering – Duo show / Arjan Janssen and Carolina Koster
> 19 May – 16 July 2017
Studio Seine / Mathenesserdijk 323a / Rotterdam / www.studioseine.nl

Deemstering in Studio Seine / Arjan Janssen and Carolina Koster