Dear Clients, Friends and Visitors of Bildhalle
We are pleased to have received such a positive response to our new feature “Picture of the Week”. Many aficionados of photography have enjoyed and appreciated the picture along with the associated online exhibition. Thank you for the compliments!
This week we would have presented a solo exhibition of Paul Cupido's work at Paris Photo New York in collaboration with Danziger Gallery, New York. Like all art fairs, this important fair dedicated to the medium of photography has been postponed. Selected pictures will give you an exclusive insight into the exhibition that would have consisted exclusively of Paul Cupido's latest work. Click here for the online exhibition: PAUL CUPIDO ONLINE EXHIBITION
For a detailed digital catalogue and price list, please contact the gallery: email@example.com
We wish you strength and good health! We look forward with the greatest of anticipation and pleasure to being able to welcome you personally at Bildhalle in the future.
Mirjam Cavegn & Team
Paul Cupido was born on a small Dutch Island called Terschelling in 1972. In 2017, Cupido graduated cum laude from the Fotoacademie Amsterdam with the first installment of his ongoing multimedia project “Searching for Mu”. He was awarded an artist‘s residency at the Belfast Photo Festival 2017 and the Hariban Jurors’ Choice Award in Japan. GUP Magazine included his work in their New Dutch Talent 2018 issue. He is currently working on three new books, one including his work from Japan with graphic designer Aiko Wakabayashi, one featuring his work from the Amazon with publisher and graphic designer Esther Krop and a beautifully designed catalogue published by Edition Bildhalle. Paul Cupido lives and works in Amsterdam. Paul Cupido’s work is concerned with and reflects upon the quest for inner peace, in the knowledge that quiet resignation is usually followed by renewed turmoil. From inside life’s paradoxes, Cupido searches for beauty in the transient. Interwoven processes of making constitute his versatile approach to photography and other media.