Art Fairs, Projects — March 31, 2017

Rebranding gallery to Caroline O’Breen


Seelevel Gallery, founded by Caroline O’Breen in 2009, will be rebranded to Caroline O’Breen and will open its own new gallery space at Sint Nicolaasstraat 50, just two streets behind the Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam.

Caroline explains, ‘I see the gallery as a platform for artists through which they can stay connected with the art world, but also as a way for art collectors and art lovers to stay updated to the recent developments in art.

In this new gallery space we have the opportunity to organise exhibitions continuously and don’t have to share our exhibition space with other galleries.

With the new name, the gallery is connected and linked to a personal identity that represents the aim of the gallery: presenting current leading fine art photography and always looking for engaged, conceptual and critical photography based art.’

From May 15 until May 21 we will attend the Amsterdam Art Fair with works by Ola Lanko and Satijn Panyigay. This year the fair will be held in Kunsthal Koper at Huidekoperstraat 28 in Amsterdam.


Satijn Panyigay, Melankólia, 2016, Inkjetprint on Canson photo rag, framed, 160 x 107 cm, 5 + 2 AP


2017, C-print on fine art paper, 120 x 90 cm, 5 + 2 AP

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