The Studio Portrait Sessions
01-10-2023 / 30-11-2023
Studio Johan Nieuwenhuize
In my studio next to The Hague Central Station, I organise portrait sessions on a regular basis.
Have a beautiful photo taken, of your family, your child or a portrait for your LinkedIn profile.
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Somebody’s Homeland, Somebody’s Goldmine
27-08-2022 / 19-02-2022
Fries Museum, Leeuwarden, NL
Group exhibition about landscape with recent acquisitions and previously unseen works from the collection of Fries Museum. What is our relationship with our surroundings, on a local and global scale? The artists share the same subject, but have different artistic perspectives on it.
With Astrid Nobel, Oscar Santillán, Eric Giraudet de Boudemange, Cristina Lucas, Aàdesokan, Alle Jong, Ellen Mandemaker, Jananne Al-Ani, Witho Worms, Johan Nieuwenhuize and B.C. Epker.
Pieter Teylers Huis
20-11-2021 / 15-05-2022
Teylers Museum, Haarlem, NL
Solo exhibtion showing the results of the art commission about the renovation of the Pieter Teylers Huis. The exhibtion contains autonomous and reportage photography as well as the artist book of the project.
5, 4, 3, 2, 1, ZERO.... TAKE OFF
13-05-2021 / 12-06-2021
Collectie De.Groen, Arnhem, NL
Group exhibition with works by Lieven Hendriks, Marten Hendriks, OTANI NIEUWENHUIZE,
Jaap Kroneman, Sjoerd Knibbeler, Raoul Teulings, Bram Kuypers, Jeroen Jongeleen,
Hester Oerlemans, Peter Jordaan and Marjolein de Groen.
Corona Collectie – Den Haag
03-12-2020 / 01-08-2021
Haags Historisch Museum, The Hague, NL
Group exhibition including the 4K led screen version of in times of corona, work by Sandra Uittenbogaart and contributions of citizens of The Hague.
03-10-2020 / 15-11-2020
Stroom Den Haag
Group exhibition about public space during the first corona lock down. With the AI installation IN TIMES OF CORONA. Participating artists Christian van der Kooy, Johan Nieuwenhuize, Milene van Arendonk, Nadinde Stijns, Esther Hovers, Miquel Peres dos Santos and Sandara Uittenbogaert.
17-08-2018 / 02-12-2023
The Hague University of Applied Sciences, NL
Permanent work. Visible during opening hours of the University.
The Bubble is an artistic research project for which Johan Nieuwenhuize has assembled a visual archive containing over 700 photographs that portray the experiences of students. Using AI filter bubbles of images are being made based on this database.
In collaboration with data scientist Robin van Emden.