Yves Beaumont in CJK Centre for Young Art GENT (B)

In 2005, Yves Beaumont had a very successful individual exhibition in the rooms of the CJK Centre for Young Art in Mariakerke near Ghent (B). On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the CJK, they asked him to do another solo presentation there. Consequently, from 17 November to 17 December 2023, an extensive selection of paintings and drawings from the past ten years will be on show at this special location under the title “Anthology”.


Ulrike Heydenreich in Museum Panorama Mesdag

Longing for the distance
01.04.2023 – 17.09.2023

Landscapes in all dimensions
The German artist Ulrike Heydenreich (1975) is fascinated by maps and panoramic mountain landscapes. Her magical – and sometimes monumental – artworks express her desire for distant places. She records these vistas in drawing and objects, with collages and through folding techniques – or even a huge reflective kaleidoscope.

Heydenreich toys with perspective and illusion, the difference being that she fabricates rather than replicates the view and shows you what you don’t see.


Bas Meeuws in Royal Delft Museum

Flowers in Blue

Through the lens of Bas Meeuws

17 April until 10 September 2023

Just as with the masters of the 17th-century flower still life, reality forms the basis for Meeuws, but he then bends it to his will. For the exhibition ‘Flowers in Blue’, Royal Delft commissioned Bas Meeuws to create new work and to place the Delft blue vases from the museum collection in a context where the vases belong,


Ulrike Heydenreich – Kunstforum Montafon

An exhibtion curated by Roland Haas around the fact of the melting and disappearing glaciers in the Alpes. The contribution of Ulrike Heydenreich will be a couple of thread drawings on historic images of glaciers.

Works by Axel Braun, Thomas Feuerstein, Michael Goldgruber, Roland Haas, Ulrike Heydenreich, Anouk Kruithof, Douglas Mandry, Anna Meyer, Simon Norfolk, Martin Pohl, Gabriele Rothemann, Thomas Wrede

12.06. – 12.08.2022



Suzanne Jongmans – Staatsgalerie Stuttgart

Things Matter – Staatsgalerie Stuttgart
To complement the exhibition “Becoming Famous. Peter Paul Rubens, the Große Sonderausstellung of the state of Baden-Württemberg”, Staatsgalerie Stuttgart has shown an exhibition of contemporary photographs under the heading Things Matter. Here, the artists approach the Old Masters from a contemporary perspective. The striking portraits by Maxine Helfman, Suzanne Jongmans and Hendrik Kerstens translate elements of the 17th-century aesthetics into the present and demonstrate how pertinent an engagement with Rubens and his contemporaries can still be in the light of today’s profound social upheavals.


Suzanne Jongmans shows her work at Stedelijk Museum Schiedam

Modest Fashion – Stedelijk Museum Schiedam
September 21  – Februari 9 2020

Haute couture meets skiwear meets Renaissance. It sums up the images that Suzanne Jongmans made for the campaign for the capsule collection of the Genius project of Moncler in a nutshell. Suzanne was commissioned by Pierpaolo Piccioli, the creative director at Valentino and mastermind of the first Genius collection, a collaborative project in which Moncler invites fashion’s biggest names to reinterpret the brand.


Work of Les Deux Garçons at the Stedelijk Museum The Hague

28 September 2019 till 12 January 2020

Let’s Dance!

A dance floor as a catwalk, with both models and professional dancers: in 2018 Maria Grazia Chiuri for Dior literally brought fashion and dance together. And she is certainly not the only designer who sees the world of dance as a great source of inspiration. Many designers, including Giambattista Valli and Tomo Koizumi, are producing designs featuring big clouds of tulle,


MEET & GREET – Bas Meeuws

MEET & GREET – Bas Meeuws
zaterdag 24 augustus 15.00 uur

Op de laatste dag van de tentoonstelling organiseren we een Meet & Greet. Onder het genot van een hapje en drankje gaan we op een informele manier in gesprek met Bas over het kunstenaarschap, werkwijze en inspiratie. We starten om 15.00 uur.

Mocht u aanwezig willen zijn verzoeken we u om u aan te melden via info@galeriewilms.nl


Suzanne Jongmans in Welt Museum in Wenen

Veiled, Unveiled! – The Headscarf
18 October 2018 to 26 February 2019

In the Christian tradition, the veil becomes a symbol of dignity, chasteness, and virginity, and Saint Paul urges women to veil their faces when talking to God. Loose hair is regarded as immoral and only accepted as the exclusive prerogative of the Virgin Mary. The covered head is one of the privileges of married women, similar to the traditional habit of nuns,