TenFifteen is an installation that offer an impression of the complete work of Dekker. All photos in the installation measure ten by fifteen centimeters, hence the name: ‘TenFifteen’.
The thousands of black and white photos, side by side, reflect the countless pictures we come across every day. The medium photography is used by many to let others peek into their daily experiences. It is fascinating how the private and intimate becomes public and exposed.
By enlarging this habit, he celebrates this openness of people, while at the same time aiming at awareness of this use. While looking at any art, people not rarely develop an opinion. In this case, it would be interesting to compare one’s view on the installation to his own identity on social media. How can you relate to all these photos that are in front of you?
Be overwhelmed, either in a gallery, at an art fair, looking at hotel ceilings, during festivals, or… in the toilet.
Text: Valentijn van der Hulst
TenFifteen on view
2019- Special project – Club Nyx / Amsterdam, NL
2018- Permanent installation – Torch gallery / Amsterdam, NL
2018- Permanent installation – Hotel not Hotel / Amsterdam, NL → VIDEO
05-2019 Duo exhibition – Former ABN AMRO / Amsterdam, NL
06-2018 Group exhibition ‘2018’ – Arti et Amicitiae / Amsterdam, NL
06-2018 Solo exhibition – Torch gallery / Amsterdam, NL → VIDEO
06-2018 Special project – ODAM at Georgies / Amsterdam, NL
02-2018 7.5Y ‘My name is Sander Dekker’ – Amsterdam CS, NL
09-2017 Duo exhibition – Josilda da Donceição gallery / Amsterdam, NL
04-2017 6voor6 Art Fair – Torch gallery / Amsterdam, NL
09-2016 Group exhibition– Bright Side Gallery / Amsterdam, NL
10-2015 ‘My name is Sander Dekker’ – Walls Gallery / Amsterdam, NL
02-2014 The Great Last Minute Art Fair with Walls Gallery / Rotterdam, NL
01-2014 Loud, wild & Sexy – Galerie Majke Hüsstege / Den Bosch, NL
The photo’s of the installation can be acquired by squire meter, where after the artist will install them on your wall himself. Or just pick the one(s) you like and have them floating in a frame.
Please contact Torch Art Gallery for enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
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