Thematic dinner for the closure of the exhibition “somewhere in teksas-land” 8th May
Current exhibition: TEKSAS LAND / Events / JEAN REUTT / kitchen

Thematic dinner for the closure of the exhibition “somewhere in teksas-land” 8th May

To say goodbye to the exposition “Just being there. Somewhere in Teksas-Land” we will organise a thematic dinner with Gerda Kochanska (curator with Luca Tronci of this project) on Thursday the 8th of May, so that we can enjoy the work taken by the uncle of Gerda in Poland in the 1970’s. As a special … Continue reading

openhouse radio interview # 3: with gerda kochanska and luca tronci: by ana schulz
Current exhibition: TEKSAS LAND / JEAN REUTT

openhouse radio interview # 3: with gerda kochanska and luca tronci: by ana schulz

Esta es la historia de una complicidad. La del fotógrafo y la modelo, y al mismo tiempo, la del marido y su mujer. La situación se repetía, solían ser momentos de ocio, de vaciones con el coche, de relax y distensión. Se localizaba el lugar, se estudiaba la luz, se buscaba la composición y venga, … Continue reading

Teksas Land : photos by Jan Reutt curated by Gerda Kochanska and Luca Tronci
Current exhibition: TEKSAS LAND / JEAN REUTT

Teksas Land : photos by Jan Reutt curated by Gerda Kochanska and Luca Tronci

Thank you to everyone who came to the inauguration of Teksas Land. A  wonderful night was had by all. We would like to give a special thank you to Celler Frisach for providing the delicious wine. if you would like to see Teksas Land, please write to us to make an appointment. photos by Mari … Continue reading

Teksas Land : starting the 4th december : curated by Gerda Kochanska and Luca Tronci
Current exhibition: TEKSAS LAND / JEAN REUTT / teksas land

Teksas Land : starting the 4th december : curated by Gerda Kochanska and Luca Tronci

The curatorial project by Gerda Kochanska and Luca Tronci presents a photographic archive by Jan Reutt, Polish doctor and keen amateur photographer, who passed away in 2003. Jan Reutt’s photographs, besides being a natural, constant and spontaneous ritual guided by his passion for photographing his wife, are a unique historical document of the phenomenon named ‘Teksas-Land’, … Continue reading