The Gallery Club + Maria Austria Instituut

Dutch Masters of Photography

4 – 5 November 2017

Work by Maria Austria, Eva Besnyö, Paul Huf, Sem Presser, Jan Versnel and others.

@ Francis Boeske Projects, Ms. van Riemsdijkweg 41, Amsterdam

Saturday November 4 // The Gallery Club Dinner
19.00 – 23.00 hrs

  • An exclusive preview of the exhibition
  • The renowned video slide-show of The Gallery Club
  • Gallery talk by Gili Crouwel, curator of The Gallery Club
  • Artist talk by architectural photographer Jannes Linders about Jan Versnel, who was Linders’ master
  • A four course dinner incl. drinks (by The Roundsman)
  • Tableware by Het Keramiekkantoor
  • Tunes by Jazzfunked
  • € 65 p.p.

Click here to order your tickets for The Gallery Club Dinner.

Sunday November 5 // Open House (free entrance)
12.00 – 18.00 hrs

  • 15.00 – 16.00 hrs: join us for a talk moderated by Gili Crouwel with Maarten Kloos and Martien Frijns about the photographers Jan Versnel and Maria Austria. Maarten Kloos wrote many articles about Jan Versnel and Martien Frijns is a publisher currently working on a new publication about Maria Austria
  • Drinks between 16.00 and 18.00 hrs
  • Tunes by Jazzfunked

All works in the exhibition are available for purchase. A percentage of the sales benefits the digitization of the Maria Austria Instituut photography archives.

We are proud to organize this event at Francis Boeske Projects, who’s beautiful exhibition Artist First | paper only is still on view until November 1st.

Contact:
gili@thegalleryclub.com // +31 6 2428 6718

The Gallery Club is delighted to present a collaboration with the Maria Austria Instituut. Please join us for a weekend celebrating the new exhibition Dutch Masters of Photography on 4 and 5 November 2017 at Francis Boeske Projects, Ms. van Riemsdijkweg 41 in Amsterdam.

Photography by Maria Austria, Eva Besnyö, Paul Huf, Sem Presser, Jan Versnel and others.

The Maria Austria Instituut collects and operates high quality photography archives of photographers that have a special bond with Amsterdam. By doing this, the Maria Austria Instituut contributes to the lasting visual heritage of these photographers in the Netherlands.