Exposition in the Rhoon Castle

Dear friends,

I am excited to invite you to the upcoming exposition of Sehnsucht photographic artists – including myself – in the historical Rhoon Castle. Our theme this time is the intersection of the concepts of Sehnsucht (that deep unattainable yearning of the human soul) and the Castle. Different perspectives, vision, and techniques are brought together by Annemarie van Buuren, Nicole Hagesteijn, Mark van Hattem, Jacqueline Louter, Mariska Pool, Dieter Provoost, John de Vos, and me. For the first time, I am presenting works from my “Time-Space Windows” project with a meta-historical view through antique glass.


Rhoon Castle was founded in the 13th century, and its current architecture is mostly from the 16th century. The Rhoon Castle Foundation holds cultural events, exhibitions and music performances here. It is only 15 minutes by metro from Rotterdam center (and a 5-minute walk from the metro), and you find yourself in a quiet oasis of history and nature.

The exposition will open on Sunday, 5 September, and run till Sunday, 26 September. Opening hours: Saturdays and Sundays 14.00-17.00. The entrance is free. You are most welcome to visit!