Anton Kusters 


1078 Blue Skies / 4432 Days

Live streaming opening event 12/03/2021 @ 5pm CET




Join us here for a virtual opening event here on March 12, 2021 from 5pm (CET) onwards. when we will be live streaming elements of the opening of the exhibition “1078 Blue Skies / 4432 Days” at C-mine cultural centre in Genk.

And at 9pm (CET) Ruben and myself will also do a live walkthrough of the different exhibition spaces in Instagram @antonkusters.

This is a live event taking place here on this page, and on the artists’ respective Instagram feeds.

The goal is to give everyone who can’t make it in person – because of COVID-19 measures in effect – an actual, meaningful, opening experience.

Scroll on…. and please enjoy!
Exhibition: 1078 Blue Skies / 4432 Days
Artists: Anton Kusters, Ruben Samama, Adrian Kelterborn
Curator: Monica Allende
Location: C-mine cultural centre, Genk (BE)
Opening event: March 12, 2021
Exhibition continues: March 13-May 30, 2021

Opening event supported by the Flemish Government







Sign up for time slots here:


https://www.c-mine.be/evenement/preview-expo-1078-blue-skies-4432-days-anton-kusters

(sold out)


Opening night IG live walkthrough







Opening night


images © Selma Gurbuz




Instagram Stories


https://www.instagram.com/stories/highlights/17883076241067301/





Pers


Pompidou, Nicky Aerts, vrt Radio Klara
“Inventaire Macabre”, M Le magazine du Monde, nº 514
“Photographie: les Rencontres d’Arles à la croisée des chemins”, Jean-Marie Wynants, Le Soir
“Les ciels au-dessus de 1 078 camps de concentration nazis photographiés par Anton Kusters”, Donnia Ghezlane-Lala , Konbini Arts
“Luchten als getuigen van de Gruwel”,  Rik van Puymbroeck, De Tijd
“Techniek staat voor mij ten dienste van het Narratief”, Rudi Smeets, De Standaard
“Arles 2021: my week at Arles”, Ghislain Pascal, L’Oeil de la Photographie
“Expo ‘Blue Skies’ van Anton Kusters richt blik op blauwe hemel boven 1078 voormalige concentratiekampen”, Mathijs Bijnens, VRT NWS
“Les obsessions d’Anton Kusters”, Baudouin Eschapasse, Le Point