Cass Alumna launches new gallery in Rotterdam.
Date: 29 October 2013
Galerie Rianne Groen - Opening 7 February 2013
Rianne Groen , an alumna of the MA Curating the Contemporary course at The Cass will open a gallery in Rotterdam this month.
Since completing the course, which is delivered in partnership with Whitechapel gallery, Rianne has been worked for several commercial and non commercial spaces before deciding to start her own gallery and seeking for ways to work with young artists and make interesting exhibitions.
The gallery will open with the first solo exhibition of Julia Lucie (Tours, 1986). This young French photographer graduated last year from the École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie in Arles. Her quiet images are accounts of journeys and encounters with lonely objects, which she uses to create a visual order in the world around her.
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