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infinite spirit

AlbarrÁn cabrera | Schilte & Portielje

Kahmann Gallery is proud to present the joined exhibition of two celebrated artist duos: Albarrán Cabrera (ES) and Schilte & Portielje (NL).  The title of the exhibition, Infinite Spirit, is a reference to the universality of both the duo's works; while their work seems different on a formal level, both have created an oeuvre that speaks to a deep understanding of what connects us as human beings and plays with our collective memories and imaginations. Both Albarrán Cabrera and Schilte & Portielje have created new works for this exhibition.

coming ART FAIR


september 20-22

Kahmann Gallery participates at Unseen 2019, marking it the 8th time the gallery joins the fair. This year, Kahmann Gallery will dedicate the entire exhibition to Paul Cupido (1972, NL). Unseen Amsterdam is back for its eighth edition from 20 - 22 September 2019. Join us to discover the latest and most cutting-edge ideas, exhibitions and projects in the world of contemporary photography.




Kahmann Doc presents various short documentaries about our photographers, the events and art fairs we participate in and visit. Here’s our newest addition to Kahmann Doc, Albert Watson, who was interviewed for his solo exhibition ‘INK’ in the gallery.

one to watch

Kevin Osepa (1994, Curaçao)

Kevin Osepa is a photographer born and raised on the island of Curaçao. His work revolves around his identity and the identity of Afro-Caribbean youth in a post-colonial world. The visuals he creates and the stories he tells are highly influenced by his youth. While the themes he explores are autobiographical, his work can also serve as a quasi-anthropological study. Using different experimental techniques he creates (colourful) visual stories that explore themes such as religion, African diaspora, and family.

 Osepa is currently based in Utrecht, the Netherlands. He graduated from HKU University of the Arts Utrecht in 2017. He was one of the nominees for the prestigious Steenbergen Stipendium in 2017.




In the "NUDE NOW" exhibition in Museum Hilversum, an overview is shown of the private collection of Lindy and Roy Kahmann and of the Kahmann Gallery collection. Mainly Dutch nude photography as an expression of creative freedom, celebrating the beauty of the body and the possibilities of the photographic medium. The collection contains special pieces from the photography history to the latest talents of the moment. Opening Saturday July 6.


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