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The Salon Show
Christopher Anderson
BLEU BLANC ROUGE NO. 19; BCN - LIS, 2017
Archival pigment print on fine-art paper
101,5 x 78,5 cm / framed 103,6 x 80,6 cm
Edition of 9 plus 2 artist's proofs

The Salon Show

Christopher Anderson » BOWNIK » Philippe Braquenier » Cortis & Sonderegger » Robin de Puy » Alinka Echeverría » Michael Etzensperger » Vincent Fournier » Darren Harvey-Regan » Koen Hauser » Atze Haytsma » Inez & Vinoodh » Nico Krijno » Mark Nettenbreijers » Anja Niemi » Jan Rosseel » Martina Sauter » Scheltens & Abbenes » Eva Stenram » Ruth van Beek » Ferry Van der Nat » Patrick Waterhouse » Mariken Wessels » Tereza Zelenkova »

Exhibition: 13 Jun – 29 Aug 2020

THE RAVESTIJN GALLERY

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The Salon Show
"The Salon Show" Installation view

"The Salon Show"

Exhibition: 13 June - 29 August, 2020

The Ravestijn Gallery is pleased to announce "The Salon Show", created in collaboration with Ingeborg Ravestijn Antiques and The Wunderkammer. The exhibition will show over 80 works from (all) represented and affiliated artists, hung in the style of a 17th Century salon.

Today, art is often presented and seen in isolation. Galleries and museums alike still favour exhibitions that give space to individual series, and whilst it has its merits, it also has its pitfalls. Seeing art on its own can sever the inquisitive lines of thought that surface when diverse works hang together. It can hide possible similarities between seemingly unconnected artists and obstruct meaning to wider ideas that reach beyond the gallery. And physical spaces aside, the screens that now direct and dominate our encounters with art are rarely built for more than one image at a time.

Group shows of all kinds go someway to counter this secluded experience of art, or at least provide an alternative. The first salons introduced in 17th Century Paris were fundamental to bringing art out of private collections and into the public space. They allowed a wider demographic to experience art and were an opportunity to draw free-flowing opinions about the vast amounts of work shown simultaneously.

The Salon Show
SCHELTENS & ABBENES
BOUQUET III, 2005
Archival pigment print
70 x 90 cm
Edition of 5 plus 1 artist's proof

Now, some three hundred years later, "The Salon Show" aims to contribute to this way of seeing in the context of photography. Bringing together an eclectic assortment of over eighty works, the exhibition will intermingle images that would otherwise not be seen together. Tereza Zelenkova next to Nico Krijno, Christopher Anderson next to Ruth van Beek. By doing so in a traditional salon style, The Salon Show hopes to encourage new insights, thoughts and connections, further enriched by a range of antiques and fabulous installations of flora that place the exhibition closer to its origins.

"The Salon Show" is also as much an idea for the artists as it is for the public. For them, the exhibition is a chance to see interests, intentions and approaches collide, to see their photographs in unusual proximity to a raft of other international artists. For us, it is a rare opportunity to see the bigger picture.

Participating artists are Ruth van Beek, Philippe Braquenier, Koen Hauser, Atze Haytsma, Inez & Vinoodh, Ferry van der Nat, Anja Niemi, Robin de Puy, Jan Rosseel, Scheltens & Abbenes, Patrick Waterhouse, Mariken Wessels, Christopher Anderson, Bownik, Cortis & Sonderegger, Alinka Echeverria, Michael Etzensperger, Vincent Fournier, Darren Harvey-Regan, Nico Krijno, Mark Nettenbreijers, Martina Sauter, Eva Stenram, Tereza Zelenkova.

The Salon Show
"The Salon Show" Installation view
The Salon Show
INEZ & VINOODH
JOAN VIA INEZ, 2005
Pigment print on watercolor paper, mounted, white painted wooden frame, glass
50 x 50 cm / framed 58 x 58 cm
The Salon Show
"The Salon Show" Installation view