Japan: Stories, Myths and Memories.
From 6 July to 29 August 2021 at Scheltema (Rokin 9, Amsterdam)
Open every day from 10:00 – 19:00 hours.
Located at the staircase, exhibition starts on third floor and ends on the ground floor.
'Japan: Stories, Myths and Memories’ is an exhibition with eleven paintings by artist and Japanologist Philo Ouweleen. Combining three art projects, - Stories from Kameoka, Japanese garden and Japanese mythology – Ouweleen presents a diverse and loving image of Japan.'
Photo's of the exhibition by Laurence Rivest.
Poster design by Tim Krauter.
Exhibition layout and design of textplates by Marthe Oosting.
Exhibition introduction text below.
Photo impression of the group exhibition Fantasy curated by SeeYouAtArt at De Hallen (Hannie Dankbaarpassage 47, Amsterdam) , 29 May – June 6th 2021.
It was such a joy to finally have an exhibition and a very memorable exhibition opening after numerous lockdowns! I showed two paintings from my series ‘Japanese mythology’:
Tengu on Mount Kurama and Red thread of fate.
All artworks that were on display can be viewed here and are for sale.
The ten artists that exhibited their work were: Pam Wessels, Max Schulze, Rik van der Kooi, Hanae Sasaoka, Nynke van Zwol, Philo Ouweleen, Bastiaan Mellink, Jessemijne Berg, Rolanda Jongerius, Inge Prins van Wijngaarden.
Photo's by Laurence Rivest, Kim Ouweleen, Benno van den Berg . The smaller photo's you can enlarge by clicking on the thumbnails.