Tag Archives: Exhibitions

Baustelle Berlin

Berlin Baustelle at the Cacao Factory in Helmond (NL) Curated by Bram Braam Over the past 5 years, the artist Jeroen Cremers has mainly worked with cardboard and created bizarre, narrative, large sculptures that often have a dystopian character. For this exhibition Cremers has studied another material, namely ceramics. The medium is not new to […]

Mirrors of time

Mirrors of time Everything in life reflects time. Time reflects anything in life. This is also the case for castle in Oud-Rekem, which came to international recognition as an acclaimed venue for many extraordinary exhibitions. It is there where Annemie Van Laethem & Erik Croux thiry years ago found the place to give art a […]

Big Art 2019

The key inspiration for the installation „Silent Bells“ was a scene from the classic western ‚Once upon a Time in the West’. In the particular scene an old church bell and its chime stands in the center. The scene reflects a state of paralysis. A state in which the viewer feels the potential of a threatening […]

The straw that broke the camels back

Solo exhibition Jeroen Cremers in Odapark Venray The proverbial back of the camel The straw that broke the camel’s back. That is the title of the solo exhibition of Jeroen Cremers formerly Jerry Kowalsky, in Odapark – Center for contemporary art – Venray. Born as Jeroen Cremers in Reuver, Limburg, he is now making a […]