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I can recommend everybody Park Hotel. The service is very efficient and polite.  The decoration is modern and stylish. The bed is wonderful, The shower is very nice. the location is even better, just cross the canal next to the hotel and you are at Leidseplein, the hot spot of Amsterdam and walk the other direction and you are at museum plein.

 

 

 

Previous artists

The Gallery Zone proudly presents her previous artists.
 


Flore Zoé - Spirits

Flore Zoé has been passionate about photography from an early age, she was fascinated by the forming and setting of images. Her passion is the creation of images.
Flore Zoé communicates stories through her images; “in my work I mount and direct individuals and surroundings, thus telling my own story”. A large part of her artwork consists of emotions wrapped up in an autobiographical form.

Zoé exposes with her series Spirit. The concept; the military hospital is desolated, breathing out the atmosphere of the lives of the nuns and soldiers they took care of… It is a tribute to those who have lived and worked there.
Discover more about Flore Zoé over here

Flore
 
 
 
 
 

Bas Losekoot - Per la Citta

This talented young artist won  the famous Young Talent Award in 2003. Since then he strongly developed as a photographer in a versatile way. Because of his love for Italian Cinema, he leaves to Rome directly after his graduation, in search for Cinecittà, the world of Fellini’s movies from the sixties.

The style of his series Per la Città is directly inspired on the extremely slow cross-fades used in films. Losekoot’s images are fragmented by reflections, transparencies and shadows, but clevery resolved. They draw us into the theatre of the streets, animating every inch of the frame and our imagination too.
Find out more about Bas Losekoot by discovering his work
here.

Bas
 
 
 
 
 

Yvon de Witte

With this exhibition, Yvon de Witte returned to Park Hotel of her childhood where she frequently visited her family that stayed in the hotel. Artist Yvon de Witte has mainly been producing drawings, paintings and photos of figures with a clear signature together with a kind of transparency and lucidity. In the painting De Witte showed at The Gallery Zone, she approaches her work in a way that is allowing her to paint, while driven by inner forces which brings natural inspiration. Her work radiates peacefulness; the reflection of her soul frozen on paper.
Get inspired and bring a visit over
here.

Yvon
 
 
 
 
 

Roberta Marroquin Doria - Dans le Noir

For the first time she showed her work in Europe, certainly something that Park Hotel is really proud of. In her research of the uncanny, this Mexican artist used photography as a support of the imaginary with light as her tool. Her domains of predilection are spaces filled with darkness and with light she unveils a new universe, which unfolds trough the viewer’s imagination.

Dreams, death and dread are recurring topics in her work. The series Dans le Noir is more complex and strident then her work before this series. The photographs derived from a similar worldview, the two disparate cultures that coexist in Mexico, the modern Christianity with Indian beliefs.
Discover Doria's whole collection
here.

Roberta
 
 
 
 
 

Will Falize

Will Falize is a fashion photographer who was born in a Gipsy family in the south of the Netherlands. At the age of fifteen he visited his first photo-shoot in a studio. From that moment on Falize was fascinated by the atmosphere he knew what he wanted to become in life; a professional photographer. Falize photographed women. Women with ‘depth’ as he calls it. He watches the gaze, the mirror of the soul. He is looking for women who struggle with theirself in search for truth and love.

Will
 
 
 
 
 

Yoram Roth - HANJO

Yoram Roth is a fine art photographer, focused on creating fine art images and photo-book projects. His work utilizes the language of fashion photography to play with story elements, and to engage the viewer in images that require a level of personal interpretation. Yoram creates tableau images which seem familiar to us. They spring from our contemporary myths, the movies and paintings of the 1950s, but whose meaning is reliant on our investing the image with our own narrative and psychological assumption.

Yoram