Start Date

Nov 28, 2020

End Date

Dec 19, 2020

FINISSAGE 20th March - Sincerely Not Yours - solo exhibition Hester Scheurwater

November 28 - December 19 '20 - prolongued due to lockdown - Finissage Saturday March 20, 2021 -

The exhibition Sincerely Not Yours was applauded and very well received by the audience that was able to attend. Also, it was cut a week short. We kindly invite you to the finissage to come and see the show in attendance of Hester.

We look forward to receiving you.

Warm regards,

Finissage Sincerely Not Yours - Hester Scheurwater - solo exhibition

You can reserve a time slot between 14:00 - 18:00. (Please scroll down for the link).

Reservations are a requirement in connection with the new COVID outbreak with a maximum of 10 people per time slot.

Hester Scheurwater on Sincerely Not Yours:

With "Sincerely Not Yours" I portrayed women who responded to my call to pose for my camera. I wanted to show these women, who have an affinity with my drive and work, in their im|perfect nakedness. I have tried to express their strength in my photos. With these images, I provide a visual commentary on a one-sided image of women in the media.

My ambivalence towards that image of women as an object is central to this. In "Sincerely Not Yours" the imperfect has sometimes become perfect. That is why I "signed" this pamphlet, this visual letter in public space, with a series of confronting self-portraits. The distribution of hundreds of postcards, stickers, zines, and posters in the public space is part of this letter as a visual pamphlet "Sincerely Not Yours".

Sincerely Not Yours,

Hester Scheurwater

In this solo exhibition, Hester Scheurwater shows a selection of photos that were previously distributed as a visual pamphlet: "Sincerely Not Yours".

Ellis Kat opened the exhibition. Ellis Kat (1993) is a freelance curator, writer, moderator, and feminist collecting cheesy pick-up lines. You can download her speech from the link at the bottom of this page.

"Sincerely Not Yours" was realized with an R&D subsidy from the CBK Rotterdam.