Exhibition presented at Terra Nova on the theme of Vincent Van Gogh
For several years, Karin Borghouts has been tracking the landscapes that Vincent van Gogh painted. With her camera, she captures the evolution of Vincent’s territories that have been disrupted (or not) by human presence. Nature, urbanization and transformation are at the heart of this photographic work and give food for thought on the future of our society.
She has also reconstructed more than thirty of her still lifes that she photographed, one of which is on display at the Rops Museum. Vincent was here is a visual research that explores the border between photography and painting.
Vincent was here is an evolving concept that is enriched year by year with new clichés. Already presented in various museums and galleries, this exhibition takes place in Terra Nova (the largest to date), in the heart of the Citadel of Namur. vincentwashere.com
Prices for the exhibition:
5 € adults
2.5 € students and 60 years and over
1.5 € school groups
Free entry with the Museumpass
Combination ticket (with the exhibition “In the eyes of Van Gogh. The imprint of Belgian artists on Vincent van Gogh” from the Félicien Rops Museum)
at 10 € on presentation of the combined ticket and the purchase of a return ticket to the cable car (5.5 € adults, 4.5 € students, seniors, PMR, -4 years free). Free for:
Children under 12
Teachers accompanying a school group
Terra Nova, Namur, Belgique