Spring Workshop presents


Days push off into nights


by Job Koelewijn  

About the exhibition

Days push off into nights is a series of situations at Spring Workshop that compose a common space of stillness. Evoking a suspended period at the intersection of writing, solitude, and self-reflection, the artworks are born of and point to the necessary recesses often buried in our hurried lives. Pieced together, they form a collection of experiences (eventful and meditative alike) slowly unfolding inside the exhibition space. 



3/F Remex Centre

42 Wong Chuk Hang Road Aberdeen,

Hong Kong


+ 852 2110 4370

February 28 - April 26


12pm – 6pm


including public holidays or by appointment

About the artist

Job Koelewijn (b. 1962, Netherlands) is a Dutch photographer who lives and works in Amsterdam. He studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam from 1987 to 1992 and spent a further year at the Sandberg Institute. In 1996, he spent a year in New York as an artist in residence at PS1. Koelewijn has shown his work at numerous exhibitions both in the Netherlands and abroad. In 1999 and 2001, for example, he submitted works to the Venice Biennale. His retrospective exhibition in 2005, held at Museum De Paviljoens in Almere, was entitled People can only deal with the fantasy when they are ready for it. His work has been purchased by the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and many other major museums in the Netherlands and elsewhere.


Image: Days push off into nights overview; photo by Spring Workshop Job Koelewijn

Image: Relief 25 March 2009 -  6 January 2012; Photo by Kitmin Lee