Shreds of Eve I (ed. of 10)from $602.00
Ultrachrome print with satin finish on fine paper
Head: 45x60 cm (edition of 10, signed and numbered)
Complete: 45x180 cm (head, heart, heels)
Free pick up at the gallery (Amsterdam). In case of delivery, shipping costs will be calculated at checkout.
Frame (optional): Handmade black wooden frame with UV-protected glass. Price and shipping options on request (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Jitske Schols works with a variety of mediums including photography, painting, drawing, collage and printmaking. Her main focus is portrait photography. Schols became fascinated by the passing of time and what it does to people, things or histories after reading a book in the 1980s about the former residents of her childhood home. In her artworks she often focuses on untold or forgotten (female) stories, bringing history back to the present. Memories and imaginations play an important role. The materials and processes she uses often refer to the themes in her work.
'Shreds of Eve' is a series of poetic portraits that emphasize the fragmentation of ‘her’ stories in history.
2021 ‘Group exhibition’, Gelée Royale, Galerie Rompone in Köln, DE
2020 ‘Haute Photographie’, Rotterdam, NL
2019 Photo Basel, Basel, CH
2019 ‘Dutch masters and marvelous misfits’, Fotofestival Naarden, NL
2018 ‘Songs for soprano’, gallery Caroline O’Breen, Amsterdam, NL
2017 Winner Dutch Photographic Portrait Prize