Fragments Of Time


As a continuation of Sophie de Vos’s last solo exhibition ‘Time is All I’ve Got’, we present ‘Fragments of Time’. In this exhibition Sophie presents a selection of works from her ‘One work a day’ project, where she created a piece of work every day over the course of a year. The pieces can be seen in the form of an art journal consisting of text, collage, photography, drawings or all of these combined.

Alongside her ‘One work a day’ project, Sophie de Vos will present new photographic works in which she explores vulnerability and decay.

Sophie de Vos’ interest in photography was cultivated during her teenage years, when her parents bought a digital camera for their holidays. The fascination further developed when she opted to take her Bachelors Degree at ArtEZ Institute of the Arts. She deliberately chose Fine Art over a Photography Study, in order to discover and develop other mediums as well. Having in depth lessons in painting, sculpting and film making added tremendous value to her artistic practice. However, the love for photography never lessened and it’s still her main medium. She mostly uses it to discover en depict subjects about being human.

You’re most welcome to the official opening on the 21st of February from 19.00 until 21.30. After the opening, a selection of artworks can be found via our website. The exhibition will run until 6th of April.

Supported by Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds.

Sophie de VosYvonne de Jong