TTHQ is a series of miscellaneous events and exhibitions, organised in the front part of our studio. See also TTHQ.nl
Willem de Haan – Gallery for Scale
22 April—6 May 2022
Willem de Haan might float somewhere between a master carpenter and a conceptual prankster. His exhibition at TTHQ featured a measured curtain, a fire place that caught fire and a prophetic piece of paper.
Charline Tyberghein – Born On The Wrong Side Of The Bed
2—23 July 2021
The works of Belgian painter Charline trick your eye with everyday objects, patterns, and surfaces warping into one another, all on a two-dimensional surface.
Simon Wald-Lasowski – To Glide In On A Shrimp Sandwich
7 February—6 March 2020
Simon Wald-Lasowski temporarily turned TTHQ into an alternative dentist/massage/tanning salon. There were smells and sounds, all overlooked by the sensual eye of Greta Gremlin.
Joost Krijnen – Dying Breath, Breda Thingy
21 November—13 December 2019
Joost Krijnen stayed for a few days in our studio and filled the space with an immersive wall drawing installation.
26 September—18 October 2019
On show is a selection of Karel Martens' letterpress monoprints which are hung in dialogue with an installation — reminiscent of a domestic environment — of wallpaper and a curtain.
In the studio there is Martens' reprinted monograph 'Re-Printed Matter' for sale, which was launched a week earlier at the New York Art Book Fair. This edition, designed together with Jaap van Triest, is published by Roma Publications and it will be the fourth edition since it was published for the first time in 1996 by Hyphen Press.
Many thanks to Karel Martens and Wilfried Lentz.
Gilles de Brock – It's not a temporary solution if it works
7–23 February 2019
An exhibition of airbrushed prints on paper and fabric by Gilles de Brock with pop-up shop by Bonne Suits.
Atelier Tout va bien – Grand Format
30 November–15 December 2018
Atelier Tout va bien made the exhibition Grand format, focussing on their archives of sizable silkscreened posters made through the years for a wide range of cultural institutions and associative structures.
Jasmijn Krol & Liza Wolters – It might be gone, it might become
29 June–13 July 2018
Koen Taselaar – B-sides and Rarities
8–21 February 2018
A spatial book presentation by Koen Taselaar, who simultaneously launched 2 books: Dyslectic Melody, published by Corners, Seoul and Sing Your Life (Rarities And B-Sides) self-published and printed by Knust, Nijmegen.
7–21 December 2017
A presentation of 42 posters designed by 21 Korean designers we collected during our stay in Seoul.
With posters by Minkee Bae, Everyday Practice, Moonsick Gang, Hey Hey Joe, Hong x Kim, Jin & Park, Matt Kkal, Youngchan Kwon, Gunjung Lee, Hezin O, Ordinary People, Daeki & Jun, Dokho Shin, ShinShin, Sulki & Min, Studio FNT, Jieun Yang, Workroom. Many thanks to all participating designers.