Category Archives: Musea

Part of Someone's Diorama | Museum De Pont | solo | 2012

‘Part of Someone’s Diorama’ – Museum De Pont, Tilburg

Part of Someone’s Diorama | Museum De Pont | 24-03 / 03-06-2012 . . . Karin van Pinxteren (‘s-Hertogenbosch, 1967) produces two- and three-dimensional work, spatial installations and performances. Language plays, along with the image, a significant role. Themes give

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Part of Someone's Diorama | Museum De Pont | solo | 2012

‘Part of Someone’s Diorama’ – Museum De Pont, Tilburg

Part of Someone’s Diorama | Museum De Pont | 24-03 / 03-06-2012 . . . Karin van Pinxteren (‘s-Hertogenbosch, 1967) produces two- and three-dimensional work, spatial installations and performances. Language plays, along with the image, a significant role. Themes give

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Classified | GHB |Van Abbemuseum | Karin van Pinxteren

‘Classified’ – Van Abbemuseum Eindhoven

A woman and a girl are in an empty arena. The woman is dressed in accordance to the female code which represents service (hostess) and professionalism (business suit). The girl is dressed according to a toned-down children’s version derived from

Classified | GHB |Van Abbemuseum | Karin van Pinxteren

‘Classified’ – Van Abbemuseum Eindhoven

A woman and a girl are in an empty arena. The woman is dressed in accordance to the female code which represents service (hostess) and professionalism (business suit). The girl is dressed according to a toned-down children’s version derived from

Karin van Pinxteren - Approach'

‘Approach” – Museum van Bommel van Dam, Venlo

Approach’ light installation with text ‘Share your warmth with me’ 290 cm x 154 cm 2003 exhibition O.V.T.  – Museum van Bommel van Dam Collection Museum van Bommel van Dam . Approach’, 2003 . . Approach Hostess performance with stamp ‘Share  your

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Karin van Pinxteren - Approach'

‘Approach” – Museum van Bommel van Dam, Venlo

Approach’ light installation with text ‘Share your warmth with me’ 290 cm x 154 cm 2003 exhibition O.V.T.  – Museum van Bommel van Dam Collection Museum van Bommel van Dam . Approach’, 2003 . . Approach Hostess performance with stamp ‘Share  your

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EI#4 Nach dem Blick | Karin van Pinxteren | 2007 | photo by Peter Cox

‘Existential Interior #4 Nach dem Blick’ – Museum van Bommel van Dam Venlo

Wer bin ich? Wie gehe ich mit meinen Mitmenschen um? Wie lerne ich den Anderen kennen? Perspektiven auf die Beziehung zwischen dem Ich und dem Anderen ein. Den ausgestellten Werken liegen Fragen über die eigene Existenz zugrunde, über das Leben

EI#4 Nach dem Blick | Karin van Pinxteren | 2007 | photo by Peter Cox

‘Existential Interior #4 Nach dem Blick’ – Museum van Bommel van Dam Venlo

Wer bin ich? Wie gehe ich mit meinen Mitmenschen um? Wie lerne ich den Anderen kennen? Perspektiven auf die Beziehung zwischen dem Ich und dem Anderen ein. Den ausgestellten Werken liegen Fragen über die eigene Existenz zugrunde, über das Leben

Precious | performance / installation | together with Loek Grootjans | Stedelijk Museum Aalst [B] | photo by Loek Grootjans

‘Precious’ – Stedelijk Museum Aalst [B]

Behind a harden glass facade the Hostess walks up and down in front of the text lines. She finds herself in a conditioned space for displaying important art. In optimal humidity- and temperature values she moves in the best room

Precious | performance / installation | together with Loek Grootjans | Stedelijk Museum Aalst [B] | photo by Loek Grootjans

‘Precious’ – Stedelijk Museum Aalst [B]

Behind a harden glass facade the Hostess walks up and down in front of the text lines. She finds herself in a conditioned space for displaying important art. In optimal humidity- and temperature values she moves in the best room

Welcome | Karin van Pinxteren | Museum De Beyerd, Breda | 2001

‘Welcome’ – Museum De Beyerd, Breda

Welcome . . performance 20-02-2001 Karin van Pinxteren with her team; Nicole Maurer, Ine van Gemert, Kim Bowman, Anke van Esch, David Coppoolse, Steven de Joode On invitation by Loek Grootjans, during the opening of his exhibition ‘A Lot (more)’.

Welcome | Karin van Pinxteren | Museum De Beyerd, Breda | 2001

‘Welcome’ – Museum De Beyerd, Breda

Welcome . . performance 20-02-2001 Karin van Pinxteren with her team; Nicole Maurer, Ine van Gemert, Kim Bowman, Anke van Esch, David Coppoolse, Steven de Joode On invitation by Loek Grootjans, during the opening of his exhibition ‘A Lot (more)’.

The Monument | Karin van Pinxteren | mixed media | 2009 | photography Jean-Michel Crapanzano

‘The Monument’ – Van Abbemuseum Eindhoven

. Invisible Empire: Undefined Spaces The term “No man’s land” is generally accepted as an unlimited combat area in between two enemy trenches. It is a space that neither side openly wishes to occupy or take control of due to

The Monument | Karin van Pinxteren | mixed media | 2009 | photography Jean-Michel Crapanzano

‘The Monument’ – Van Abbemuseum Eindhoven

. Invisible Empire: Undefined Spaces The term “No man’s land” is generally accepted as an unlimited combat area in between two enemy trenches. It is a space that neither side openly wishes to occupy or take control of due to