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Yes, These Eyes Are the Windows, catalogue

Olde Wolbers, Saskia; Curiger, Bice; Marchand, Julia and Hudek, Antony. 2016. Yes, These Eyes Are the Windows, catalogue. [Exhibition Catalogue]

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This catalogue was published on the occasion of the projection of the video Yes, These Eyes Are the Windows directed by Saskia Olde Wolbers at the Fondation Vincent van Gogh Arles, from 13 February to 24 April 2016 and from 14 May to 11 September 2016 .

The Fondation Vincent van Gogh Arles presents the film Yes, These Eyes Are the Windows by Saskia Olde Wolbers.

In this video piece, the dilapidated terraced house at 87 Hackford Road in south London, where Vincent van Gogh lived in 1873, is cast in the role of biographer, and narrates a fictional history that revolves around the mythification of Van Gogh’s stay within its humble walls.

This publication – comprising texts, archival photographs and stills from the video – revisits the vast research project that testifies to the admiration and fascination surrounding 87 Hackford Road and the work and life of Van Gogh. Saskia Olde Wolbers’s visual creations, with their aqueous consistency and feverish atmosphere, weave themselves into a speculative documentary composition.

This catalogue is published in an edition of 500. The first 50 copies are published as a limited edition signed by the artist and numbered 1 to 50 on the colophon page, and are accompanied by an original 4-colour print on 320g Rives Tradition, 18.5 x 28 cm, numbered and signed by the artist.

Item Type:

Exhibition Catalogue

Departments, Centres and Research Units:

Art

Date:

15 February 2016

Event Location:

Fondation Vincent van Gogh, France

Date range:

13 February - 24 April 2016 , 14 May - 11 September 2016

Item ID:

21545

Date Deposited:

01 Oct 2017 17:12

Last Modified:

17 Jul 2018 01:12

URI:

http://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/21545

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