Eric de Vries (born 1962, Gouda) lives and works in The Hague, The Netherlands. Studied at “Akademie Artibus” Utrecht and “School voor Fotografie” in The Hague. After graduation in 1988 Eric started working at his studio ‘Kaldenbach & De Vries’. In 1994 Eric started his own studio, working for clients like: TNO, KPN, NS, Gemeente Den Haag, Rabobank, Industrielinqs, Getronics, PinkRoccade, 2D3D, Barlock, Euro RSCG Bikker, TAQA Energy, Tinqwise, Uneto-VNI and others. During this period he also worked on photographic projects about deserts in the Middle East and USA, water ("Time/Water"), and Dutch landscape ("Water-Land"/"Black Veil"). Since 2016 he also started as a film maker for the Theatre of Wrong Decisions.
OCT 06 - OCT 15 Art for Animals' Sake, Amsterdam, group exhibition Decisions
APR 29 - MAY 21 PARTners Gallery Rotterdam, group exhibition with Rick Koren and Theatre of Wrong Decisions
MAR 19 - APR 17 WTC Rotterdam Art Gallery, group show with Jeanne Rombouts, Jef Stapel & Edmond Steinbusch
MAR 03 - MAR 05 "Duits-Nederlandse Grafiekbeurs", Borken, Germany, group exhibition
JAN 07 - JAN 29 "Vers Bloed", Haagse Kunstkring, Den Haag, group exhibition
OCT 05 - OCT 09 "Black Veil", ART The Hague, represented by WTC Rotterdam Art Gallery, solo exhibition
SEP 30 - NOV 27 "Black Magic", Grafische Werkplaats Den Haag, group exhibition
SEP 24 - OCT 24 "Grafiek", pARTners Gallery Rotterdam, group exhibition
APR 11 - MAY 20 "Water-Land", SER The Hague, solo exhibition
FEB 10 - FEB 14 "Time/Water", Rotterdam Contemporary Art Fair, represented by pARTners Gallery Rotterdam
OCT 24 - OCT 25 PARTners Gallery Rotterdam, group exhibition with Harry Schumacher and José Krijnen
MAR 8 - MAY 10 "verborgen verhalen van een kasteel" exhibition in Kasteel Keukenhof Lisse
APR 7 - APR 29 "Time/Water" SOLO in Pulchri Studio in The Hague (Weissenbruchzaal).
ART The Hague 2016
DESERT focussing on the influence of man on the landscape
LANDSCAPE the relationship between man and nature
TIME/WATER reflecting, transforming, always in motion. The human body consists mainly of water.
What I photographed yesterday could be a part of me tomorrow
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