The second in a series of major thematic exhibitions in the Parkview Museum, Intriguing Incertainties aims at exploring the complexity of our existence through an examination of the possible narratives of contemporary art. Curated by Lorand Hegyi, artistic director of the museum, the exhibiion focuses on drawing and brings together 42 artists from Europe, Asia, Africa and North & South America.
Featured artists include Guenter Brus, Leon Kossof, Kiki Smith, Jim Dine, Sandra Vasquez de la Horra, Barthelemy Toguo, Jan Fabre, Dennis Oppenheim, Elmar Trenkwalder, Muntean/Rosenblum.
1 September 2018 - 5 January 2019
24 March - 20 September 2019
UNCERTAINTIES - IMPROBABILITIES
Guglielmo Castelli, Ugo Giletta, Juul Kraijer, Sandra Vasquez de la Horra, Barthelemy Toguo, Tinus Vermeersch.
Curated by Lorand Hegyi.
7 September - 27 October 2018
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De power of drawing
Over 400 drawings, partly from the collection of the Centraal Museum, partly loans and new drawings, in an exhibition design by Robbie Cornelissen.
Curated by Marja Bosma and Robbie Cornelissen.
22 September - 18 November 2018
Zeichnungen der Gegenwart Prix de Dessin Guerlain
Prix de dessin de la Fondation d'art contemporain Daniel & Florence Guerlain, the French collectors have been supporting artists who have made drawings their primary means of expression since 2006. Three artists of all ages and backgrounds are nominated every year by an international jury of specialists. The prize represents an exiting cross-section of current international trends in the field of contemporary drawing. a tendency in the direction of the figurative, the narrative, and indeed even the phantastic is evident in the works of the 33 artists at the heart of the presentation in the Wilhelm-Hack-Museum.
curated by Astrid Ihle and Rene Zechlin
17 November 2018 - 24 February 2019
Ludwigshafen am Rhein
KOCHI-MUZIRIS BIENNALE 2018
Possibilities for a Non-Alienated Life
Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2018 is curated by eminent artist Anita Dube. Known for her politically charged works, Dube has consistently challenged cultural norms and championed critical engagement across media. Her vision for the upcoming Biennale carries forward, at its core, a spirit of ongoing and decentralised collaboration.
The Biennale is the largest contemporary art event in South Asia.
Participating artists include: Aernout Mik, Anju Dodiya, Barthelemy Toguo, Guerilla Girls, Heri Dono, Jitish Kallat, Juul Kraijer, Marlene Dumas, Nilima Sheikh, Rana Hamadeh, Shilpa Gupta, Shirin Neshat, Tania Bruguera, Tejal Shah, Thomas Hirschhorn,William Kentridge and Zanele Muholi.
12 December 2018 - 9 March 2019
Aspinwall House and other locations
DE NAAKTE WAARHEID
27 January - 16 June 2019
AWARDS & NOMINATIONS
Juul Kraijer's drawings were nominated this year for the prestigious French drawing prize
PRIX DE DESSIN DE LA FONDATION D'ART CONTEMPORAIN DANIEL ET FLORENCE GUERLAIN
Winner: Mamma Andersson
nominated artists: Leiko Ikemura, Juul Kraijer
The above photograph has won Single Image 3rd place in the
LENSCULTURE PORTRAIT AWARDS 2018
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Juul Kraijer was a finalist for this year's ARNOLD NEWMAN PRIZE FOR NEW DIRECTIONS IN PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITURE.
Established in 2009 by the Arnold and Augusta Newman Foundation, The Arnold Newman Prize for New Directions in Photographic Portraiture
recognizes excellence in a new generation of photographers by awarding $20,000 to a photographer whose work demonstrates a compelling new vision in the genre of portraiture.
The prize, the second largest in the United States, is designed to assist the winner in continuing the pursuit of their work and to serve as a launching pad for the next phase of their careers.
mede mogelijk gemaakt door een financiële bijdrage van het Mondriaan Fonds
MAGAZINES, BOOKS, BLOGS ETC.
Available books about the works of Juul Kraijer.
See Books or send an email to email@example.com
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Photography and its Counter-Practices
Ernst van Alphen
Failed Images attempts to understand the divergence between photography and the reality it portrays, analysing the various ways the photograph transforms that which exists in front of the camera. Photography is not only determined by technical features, but also by a conventional approach to it. This approach can be recognized in what is now called a 'snapshot'. But he photographic medium enables also very different practices and as a result very differnt kinds of photographic images. To see this, one needs to look at the diversity of photographic images and practices outside the dominant approach. Using close readings of the work of amongst others Cindy Sherman, Thomas Ruf, Dirk Braeckman, Juul Kraijer and Awoiska van der Molen, this book explores the photographic image by focusing on photographic practices refusing the dominant approach to the medium, namely staged photography, blurred photography, under- and overexposed photography and archival photography.
Ernst van Alphen is professor of Literary Studies at Leiden University (NL). Previously he was Queen Beatrix Professor of Dutch Studies and Professor of Rhetoric at UC Berkeley. He has published not only on literature, but also many books on art and photography.
Specifications - 17 x 23 cm, 286 pages. ill. bw. Language: English.
Published by Valiz, 2018, in the Vis-a-Vis Series.
VPRO - NOOIT MEER SLAPEN
Radio-interview met Juul Kraijer door Nicole Terborg 6 juni 2017. 10 min.
MUSEUM BOIJMANS VAN BEUNINGEN Collection website."Bij elke overstroming vrees ik voor mijn tekeningen" Interview by Irene Start, september 2016
GEO Wissen #57. Angst. May 2016, Germany
BLOW Photo #13. Surreal. November 2015, Ireland
JUXTAPOZ. Drawings by Juul Kraijer. April 2015, U.S.A.
The Human Figure in Contemporary Art
Roger Malbert is Senior Curator, Hayward Touring at the Hayward Gallery, London, and has now released the book 'Drawing People'.
The book is a thoughtful and beautifully illustrated survey of the most compelling and inventive drawings of the human form being produced today.
An introduction places the medium of drawing in its historical context, discussing its intersection with photography, painting, collage and illustration.
Chapters on Body, Self, Personal Lives, Social Reality and Fictions include short introductions outlining each theme, followed by commentaries on
individual artists exploring their style, ideas and techniques, accompanied by finely reproduced images of their recent work.
Specifications - 34 x 24 cm. Flexibound. 256 pages. 318 Illustrations, 246 in colour. Language: English.
Thames and Hudson, UK, 2015
De onderwaterzwemmer & Schaduwkind
Uitgeverij Atlas Contact, 2015
On both covers
a drawing by Juul Kraijer: Untitled, 2004, pastel and crayon on blue paper & Untitled, 2006-7, crayon on blue paper.
Uitgeverij Atlas Contact, 2016
On the cover
a photograph by Juul Kraijer: Untitled, 2012.
CANVAS.BE Vrijdag Visdag 2 oktober 2015
De Bezoeking. De visjes van Juul Kraijer.
MUSEUMTIJDSCHRIFT #6 sept/okt 2015
De Wandeling. De negensprong van Juul Kraijer. Het bos in ons.
VPRO - NOOIT MEER SLAPEN
Radio-interview met Juul Kraijer door Gijsbert van der Wal 26 mei 2015. 11 min.
De mysterieuze slangen van Juul Kraijer. Ton Hendriks, 19 January 2015.
Unter Schlangen und Fliegen. Die Juul Kraijer-Ausstellung in Giessen. 7 January 2015
Interview met Juul Kraijer door Sarah Spaans, 26 November 2014.
BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY 17 September 2014
Wapping Project Bankside reopens in Mayfair. Gemma Padley.
THE EVENING STANDARD 22 September 2014
Juul Kraijer, The Wapping Project - exhibition review: 'extraordinary, unsettling and beautiful images'. Sue Steward.
THE GUARDIAN 14 August 2014
My best shot. Juul Kraijer's best photograph: a model with a python squeezing her head. Interview by Karin Andreasson.
ZOOM MAGAZINE #113 The Future of Portrait.
Juul Kraijer. Kate Freedman, 8 page feature, EN/IT. Summer 2014, Italy
VISUAL Archive (magazine) #2
Cover image + 2 page feature on photographs by Juul Kraijer. April 2014, U.S.A.
LITTERATURA SERPENTIUM #2 2014
De Slangen van Juul Kraijer/ Juul Kraijer's Snakes. Door Marcel van der Voort.
BEELDEN MAGAZINE #1 2014
Crossover. Kort interview met Juul Kraijer door Etienne Boileau
BLINK MAGAZINE #30
8 page feature on photographs and drawings by Juul Kraijer. December 2013, Korea
Modern Dutch Surreal Photography. Photographs by Juul Kraijer. Jim Casper, December 2013
Newwave in Photography Vol.1. Dutch Photo Scene. December 2013, Japan
Experimental Photography. The Rediscovery of the World. Ruby Beesley, August 2013, UK
The Rediscovery of the World. Autumn 2013
WIJD OPEN OGEN
persoonlijke essays over kunst
Gijsbert van der Wal
paperback, De Bezige Bij, Amsterdam,
WALK THE LINE The Art of Drawing
Marc Valli & Ana Ibarra
Laurence King Publishing,
hardcover, 320 pages
15 minute documentary
by Lisa Boerstra
part of the series Hollandse Meesters in de 21e Eeuw
available on dvd with English subtitles from www.hollandsemeesters.info
the documentary 'Juul Kraijer' has been broadcasted on Dutch tv
and can be seen on http://www.hollandsemeesters.info/posts/show/7962
Frans Bromet maakt een documentaire over Gubbels en Kraijer, de eerste in een serie dubbelportretten van kunstenaars. Opnamen in Rento Brattinga Galerie, september 2016.
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PENUMBRAE has been named one of LENSCULTURE's favorite photobooks of 2014!
Juul Kraijer's photographs from 2012/2013 have been nominated for the French PRIX VOIES OFF 2014