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  • Evert Bongers (1957)
TypeFotografie
Jaartal2015
TechniekC-Print
StijlAbstract
OnderwerpAbstract
IngelijstDibond
Afmetingen80 cm x 120 cm (h x b)
GesigneerdHandgesigneerd
Oplage1-5

Hallucinations:


The series "Hallucinations" by Evert Bongers allows us an insight in his mind.

He investigates an unknown and fascinating world in which reason has no role.

Evert Bongers is searching for a pure, magical, sometimes religious imagination of the subconscious.

The works are largely determined by signs and lines arising from the spontaneous 

outbreak of what is going on in his mind.

The dancing camera only follows the spiritual "orders".

Wandering in the soul is an inexhaustible source for him.

In the course of his development as an artist, Evert Bongers increasingly expresses 

emotion in lyrical abstraction.


CV:


Evert Bongers (12-08-1957 Stein, the Netherlands)

Lakenweversplein 37d

6211 BH  Maastricht (the Netherlands)

+31 (0)43-3210500

+31 (0)6-50945249

evertbongers1957@gmail.com

www.evertbongers.com


Evert Bongers lives and works in Maastricht.

After completing his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Maastricht, he worked several years as a photographer for art institutions and galleries.

He makes, among others, reports of: Marlene Dumas, Bertrand Lavier, Martin Kippenberger, William Wegman, Christian Boltanski and Mimo Palladino.

Bongers develops more and more as an art photographer, wins prizes and begins to exhibit his work nationally and internationally.

Besides that, he works in the eighties and nineties on projects for Stuyvesant in Cuba, Ballantines whisky in Scotland and Philips Lighting in the Netherlands.

In recent years, he mainly focuses on art photography.

Evert Bongers signs in 2012 a 5-year contract with gallery Photology in Milan, resulting in exhibitions, together with: Vic Muniz, Martin Parr, Elisabetta Benassi, Andrea Jemolo, Mario Cresci, Davide Bramante, Matthew Pillsbury and Yasumasa Morimura.



Education :


Academy of Fine Arts, Maastricht (the Netherlands)



Exhibitions :


2019  PCNW, Innovation at the Intersection

of Science, Technology and Photography, Seattle

2018  Art Basel Scope Miami, Miami

2018  Art Takes Soho, New York City

2017  PCNW 21st juried (Sandra Philips, curator emeritus, 

San-Francisco Museum of Modern Art) exhibition

2016  Gallery S&H de Buck, Ghent (Belgium)

2015  Gallery Géraldine Banier, Paris (France)

2014  Gallery Photology, Noto (Sicily)

2012  Gallery Photology, Milan (Italy)

2011  Onze Lieve Vrouwebasiliek, Maastricht (the Netherlands)

2010  Het Stadslab, Sittard (the Netherlands)

2008  De Timmerfabriek, Maastricht (the Netherlands)

2006  Art Festival, Maastricht (the Netherlands)

2005  Los Angeles Art Fair (U.S.A.)

2004  Art Festival, Maastricht (the Netherlands)

2000  Society for Contemporary Photography, Kansas City (U.S.A.)

1999  De Vishal, Haarlem (the Netherlands)

1998  Photo Festival, Naarden (the Netherlands)

1997  Art Center, Zutendaal (Belgium)

1996  Theatre, Beek (the Netherlands)

1995  Center for Photographic Art, Carmel (U.S.A.)

1994  Ansel Adams Center for Photography, San Francisco (U.S.A.)

1993  AHA Gallery, Maastricht (the Netherlands)

1992  Art 54 Gallery, New York City (U.S.A.)

1991  Museum Den Tempel, Sittard (the Netherlands)

1990  Travelling exhibition (Europe)

1989  Close-Up Gallery, Antwerp (Belgium)

1988  Oranjerie Art Center, Roermond (the Netherlands)

1988  International Photo Exhibition, Zagreb (Yugoslavia)

1987  International Photo Manifestation, Amsterdam (the Netherlands)

1986  AHA Gallery, Maastricht (the Netherlands)

1985  Hanenhof Art Center, Geleen (the Netherlands)

1985  Trajekta Contemporary Art, Maastricht (the Netherlands)

1984  Trajekta Contemporary Art, Maastricht (the Netherlands)

1983  Library, Maastricht (the Netherlands)

1982  Terborg Castle (the Netherlands)

1981  Art Academy Gallery, Maastricht (the Netherlands)



Awards :


Finalist in New York’s ”World Leading Art Competition” (U.S.A.)

Finalist ”Ferguson Award”, San Francisco (U.S.A.)

Finalist ”Focus International Event”, San Francisco (U.S.A.)

Merit Award ”Current Works”, Kansas City (U.S.A.)

First prize ”Los Angeles Photo Competition” (U.S.A.)

Nominee ''Noortman Art Prize'' (the Netherlands)

Honorable mention ''The Lucie Awards'', New York (U.S.A.)

Finalist “Art Takes Soho”, New York (U.S.A.

Honorable mention “The Family of Man”, Los Angeles, (U.S.A).

Finalist “Art Takes Paris”, Paris (France).




Publications :


The Limburger (newspaper)

Limburgs Dagblad (newspaper)

Paletten (Swedish art magazine)

Trajekta cataloque

Volkskrant (newspaper)

NRC (newspaper)

Financieel Dagblad (newspaper)

Zagreb exhibition (cataloque)

Focus (photography magazine)

Foto (photography magazine)

Panorama (magazine)

Art Photography Belgium (cataloque)

Metro Magazine, reportage Cuba (cultural magazine, Greece)

Current Works Award Kansas City (cataloque)

SNS Bank periodical (the Netherlands)

ABN AMRO periodical (the Netherlands)

Ballantines Whisky folder (Scotland)

Sphinx book ”Enjoy Water” (Benelux)

Chamber of Commerce annual report (Southern Holland)

Exit Magazine (the Netherlands)

Legal Stuff Magazine (the Netherlands)

Philips Lighting ”Business Excellence Employee Handbook” (the Netherlands)

Megazine (the Netherlands)

Artbook ”Objets troublants, objets troublés” (Benoît Hermans, the Netherlands)

Artbook ”More is More” (Toon Teeken, the Netherlands)

Best of 2009 Photography Anthology



Permanent collections :


P.B.C. Houten (the Netherlands)

S.B.K. Utrecht (the Netherlands)

S.B.K. De Nobelaer (the Netherlands)

S.B.K. Zeeland (the Netherlands)

Walram College, Sittard (the Netherlands)

Euro Graphics Center, Beek (the Netherlands)

Chamber of Commerce (Southern Holland)

Dream Line, Maasmechelen (Belgium)

Several private collections in Europe and U.S.A.





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