June 28th, 2012 by Robert Kloos
May 15th, 2012 by Robert Kloos
- Rineke Dijkstra, Vondelpark, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, June 10, 2005, 2005; chromogenic print; 59 5/8 in. x 70 1/16 in.; Courtesy the artist and Marian Goodman Gallery, New York & Paris; © Rineke Dijkstra
June 29, 2012 – October 3, 2012
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum presents the exhibition Rineke Dijkstra: A Retrospective, the artist’s first midcareer retrospective in the United States. The exhibition is co-organized by SFMOMA and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. This is the most comprehensive museum exhibition to date of the artist’s oeuvre, and the first major Rineke Dijkstra exhibition organized by an American museum. The exhibition features nearly 70 color photographs and five video installations, including two new video projections.
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February 15th, 2012 by Robert Kloos
Hellen van Meene, Riga (Latvia), 2004, courtesy Pier 24 and the artist
May 15, 2012 – February 28, 2013
Pier 24 Photography presents About Face, an exhibition focusing on the tradition of portrait-based photography. On view are nearly one thousand photographs drawn primarily from the Pilara Foundation’s permanent collection. The exhibition includes work by Rineke Dijkstra, Hendrik Kerstens and Hellen van Meene. Revelations – the Diane Arbus retrospective at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art – inspired the purchase of the Foundation’s first photograph, a portrait from her challenging and emotive Untitled series. The emotional intensity characterizing this photograph has informed subsequent acquisitions for the collection.
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February 13th, 2012 by Robert Kloos
Date: February 15, 2012
Source: Vogue, by Leslie Camhi
News Item: Forever Young: Rineke Dijkstra Retrospective at SFMOMA
Quote: Like her predecessor August Sander’s iconic portraits of 1920s Weimar society, the Dutch artist Rineke Dijkstra’s large-scale photographs from the early 1990s, of young bathers standing posed against the backdrop of the sea, hint at entire worlds in miniature—from the glitz of Hilton Head, South Carolina (subtly present in a fourteen-year-old girl’s silky orange bikini) to the gangly innocence of teens in Odessa, Ukraine, their Communist childhoods still fresh in memory.
January 31st, 2012 by Robert Kloos
Rineke Dijkstra, Kolobrzeg, Poland, July 26, 1992, 1992; chromogenic print; 66 1/8 in. x 55 11/16 in.; Courtesy the artist and Marian Goodman Gallery, New York & Paris; © Rineke Dijkstra
February 18 – May 28, 2012
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) presents the exhibition Rineke Dijkstra: A Retrospective, the artist’s first midcareer retrospective in the United States. The exhibition is co-organized by SFMOMA and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. The San Francisco presentation is organized by SFMOMA Senior Curator of Photography Sandra S. Phillips. This is the most comprehensive museum exhibition to date of the artist’s oeuvre, the first major Rineke Dijkstra exhibition organized by an American museum, and the first solo exhibition of her work in San Francisco. The exhibition features nearly 70 color photographs and five video installations, including two new video projections.
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January 30th, 2012 by Robert Kloos
February 1-11, 2012
Preview: Wednesday, February 1, 2012, 6pm
The Elton John AIDS Foundation Photography Portfolio II is a collection of ten signed and numbered prints by some of the world’s most outstanding international names in contemporary photography. Preview the portfolio online at the website of the Elton John AIDS Foundation. Each portfolio contains ten original signed and numbered photographs, printed under the supervision of the individual artists, in an edition of 40. Published by Jackson Fine Art, Atlanta, GA, the photographs represented in this unique portfolio were donated to the Foundation by some of the world’s most significant contemporary artists: Tina Barney, Rineke Dijkstra, Elger Esser, Candida Höfer, Chen Jiagang, David LaChapelle, Alex Prager, Ed Ruscha, Hedi Slimane, and Frank Thiel.
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July 6th, 2011 by Robert Kloos
January 27 – March 4, 2012
Opening Reception: Tuesday, January 31, 5-7pm
Passing Time, a new exhibition of recent works by fourteen international artists in a range of media, explores the multiple and converging meanings of the phrase “passing time.” The exhibition is organized by the Center for the Arts and curated by Ginger Gregg Duggan and Judith Hoos Fox of c2—curatorsquared. There will be a gallery talk at 5:30pm by Ms. Fox and artists Stefana McClure and Siebren Versteeg. Passing Time also features works by Matthew Buckingham, Jonathan Callan, Luis Camnitzer, Rineke Dijkstra, Ken Fandell, Shaun Gladwell, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Leandro Katz, Katrin Korfmann, Philipp Lachenmann, Su-Mei Tse, and Bill Viola.
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March 10th, 2011 by Robert Kloos
Rineke Dijkstra, Brighton, England, August 21, 1992, courtesy Julie Saul Gallery and the artist
July 13-August 26, 2011
Opening celebration, Wednesday, July 13, 6-8 pm
The Julie Saul Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition celebrating 25 years as a public gallery in New York City. The gallery was launched together with founding partner Nancy Lieberman in May 1986 and continued as Lieberman & Saul until the gallery moved to 560 Broadway in 1993.
The exhibition will feature the work of one artist selected from the exhibition program for each year, beginning in 1984 and concluding with 2010, including work by Rineke Dijkstra as presented in 1997. Many of these artists have worked with the gallery for many years- for example Andrew Bush, Sally Gall, Bill Jacobson, Sarah Anne Johnson. In almost all cases the work has either been borrowed back from collectors or is represented as an editioned photograph. Many of the lenders are long time supporters of the gallery.
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February 18th, 2011 by Robert Kloos
Rineke Dijkstra, Born 1959 in Siitard, The Netherlands; lives and works in Amsterdam, Tamir, Golani Brigade, Orev Unit, Elyacim, Israel, May 26, 1999, 1999. C-print. Collection of the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. Gift of the Rubell Family Collection, Miami
March 10 – August 14, 2011
The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University presents ‘Building The Contemporary Collection: Five Years Of Acquisitions,’ with work by a.o. Rineke Dijkstra and Marlene Dumas.
In its first five years, the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University has focused on modern and contemporary art with particular emphasis on global, emerging artists of color. “Building the Contemporary Collection,” in celebration of the museum’s fifth anniversary, presents the most important contemporary works acquired since its founding in 2005. The exhibition features work by 42 artists, including Christian Boltanski, William Cordova, Noah Davis, Rineke Dijkstra, Marlene Dumas, David Hammons, Barkley L. Hendricks, Glenn Ligon, Christian Marclay, Zwelethu Mthethwa, Odili Donald Odita, Dan Perjovschi, Dario Robleto, David Salle, Carolee Schneemann, Gary Simmons, Xaviera Simmons, Jeff Sonhouse, Eve Sussman, Alma Thomas, Hank Willis Thomas, Mickalene Thomas, Bob Thompson, Kara Walker, Jeff Whetstone, Kehinde Wiley, Fred Wilson and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, among others.
Marlene Dumas, Born 1953 in Cape Town;lives and works in Amsterdam, The Woman of Algiers, 2001. Oil on canvas. Partial and Promised Gift of Blake Byrne to the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University
The exhibition reflects the museum’s interest in the art and culture of the African diaspora, and includes works in a variety of media-painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, video and installation. It is curated by Trevor Schoonmaker, Patsy R. and Raymond D. Nasher Curator of Contemporary Art.
Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University
2001 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27705
June 29th, 2010 by Robert Kloos
Rineke Dijkstra, Hilton Head, SC, USA, 1992, courtesy National Museum of Women in the Arts
February 18, 2011 – May 22, 2011
Eye Wonder: Photography from the Bank of America Collection. Drawn from Bank of America’s renowned collection of international photography, Eye Wonder features more than 100 works by a wide array of artists, including Berenice Abbott, Margaret Bourke-White, Rineke Dijkstra, GisâˆšÃ‰Â¬Â®le Freund, Candida Höfer, Graciela Iturbide, Dorothea Lange, and Hellen van Meene.
Hellen van Meene, Untitled, 1999, courtesy National Museum of Women in the Arts
By selecting offbeat subjects, shooting intense close-ups, or manipulating focus and color, the artists featured in Eye Wonder have created dreamy and often haunting photographic images. As part of the modern or postmodern eras, these artists have understood that photographs offer only an illusion of reality and that the medium is as subjective a means of expression as other visual art forms, music, or literature. Highlighting photographs created from 1865 to the present, the exhibition displays a rich diversity of subjects and styles that demonstrate the artists’ firm grasp of technique. The works in Eye Wonder depict everything from landscapes, seascapes, and skyscrapers; to artists, writers, and dancers; to vegetables, flowers, and silverware. By applying dynamic techniques, the photographers suggest evocative narratives that may be read in infinite ways.
National Museum of Women in the Arts
1250 New York Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20005
Rineke Dijkstra, The Krazy House, 2009, courtesy Marian Goodman Gallery
June 29 – August 21, 2010
Marian Goodman Gallery is delighted to announce an exhibition of new work by Rineke Dijkstra. On view will be three new video installations as well as related portraits.
In the North Gallery the three-channel projection I See A Woman Crying (Weeping Woman), 2009-2010 and single channel Ruth Drawing Picasso, 2009-2010 will be presented.
In the South Gallery, The Krazyhouse, Liverpool UK (Megan, Simon, Nicky, Philip, Dee), 2009-2010 will be on view. This new work continues the artist’s relationship with the city of Liverpool, where her celebrated early video work The Buzz Club, Liverpool, UK /Mysteryworld, Zaandam, NL (1996/97) was first created and where her work was recently on view in The Fifth Floor: Ideas Taking Space at Tate Liverpool.
Rineke Dijkstra, The Weeping Woman, Tate Liverpool, UK, 2009, courtesy Marian Goodman Gallery
Ruth Drawing Picasso is a single projection of a schoolgirl’s quiet observation of Picasso’s painting "Weeping Woman" (1937). Ruth sits on the floor and draws with utmost concentration the work of art in front of her. I See a Woman Crying (The Weeping Woman) consists of three projections side by side in which a panorama of school children respond to a Picasso painting. "They are looking directly at us; we are where the art is, which is of course the case given that we are standing in a gallery. It is a conceptual tautology all the more elegant for not advertising itself* an image which can double as a classical portrait as well as a social document" (Mark Prince, in frieze, 03/17/10).
For both works Rineke Dijkstra collaborated with Tate Liverpool on the occasion of the exhibition The Fifth Floor: Ideas Taking Space. For this exhibition, the museum constructed a special studio in the Tate Liverpool galleries for the artist, where the video installation I See a Woman Crying and Ruth Drawing Picasso were created. The works were inspired by school groups’ visits to the museum, and the artist subsequently worked with the school children in the constructed studio.
Rineke Dijkstra, Nicky, Liverpool, England, January 19, 2009, courtesy Marian Goodman Gallery
The 4-channel HD video-installation on view in the South Gallery, "The Krazyhouse, Liverpool, UK (Megan, Simon, Nicky, Philip, Dee)", 2009-2010 was first inspired by Dijkstra’s visit to a nightclub in Liverpool in 2008 whereupon the artist asked teenagers to come to a studio to film them dancing to their favorite tracks. The studio was constructed on the dance floor of the nightclub The Krazy House in Liverpool where the artist was able to work during the weekdays when the club was closed to the audience.
Rineke Dijkstra was born in Sittard, The Netherlands in 1959. She attended the Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam from 1981-1986. She has been honored with the Citibank Photography Prize (in 1998), among others. Her work is currently on view in "Pictures by Women: A History of Modern Photography", on view through August 31st at The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Recent group exhibitions include "The Fifth Floor: Ideas Taking Space", Tate Liverpool, England; "Pequeña historia de la fotografâˆšÃ‰Â¬â‰ a", "Elles", Centre Pompidou, Paris France ; Centro Galego de Arte ContemporâˆšÃ‰Â¬Â°nea, Santiago de Compostela, Spain in 2009 and "Collection Augustin et Isabel Coppel, Mexico: expected/unexpected", La maison rouge, Paris, France; "Facebook: Images of People in Photographs from the Collection", The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Poughkeepsie, NY; "Street & Studio: an urban history of photography", Tate Modern, London, England in 2008.
Rineke Dijkstra, Ruth Drawing Picasso, Tate Liverpool, UK, 2009, courtesy Marian Goodman Gallery
"Rineke Dijkstra: I See a Woman Crying", with works from the Liverpool series, will be on view at Tate Liverpool thru August 30, 2010. In 2012 a retrospective exhibition of Rineke Dijkstra is scheduled at The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Marian Goodman Gallery
24 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019-3918