09/10/2018

HENRI-FLORIS JESPERS (1944 - 2017)

5 pictures




Location: Graveyard Schoonselhof, Krijgslaan 100, Antwerp, Flanders
Design monument: Renaat Ramon
Design portrait: Jan Scheirs
Established: 6 October 2018
All photos: © Bert Bevers, 6 October 2018



















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17/09/2018

JOHAN BEEN (1859 - 1930)

2 pictures




Location: Sint-Catharijnehof, Brielle/Den Briel, The Netherlands.
Maker: Theo van Reijn.
Photos: © Peter Bevers, september 2018.






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31/08/2018

ECKART HACHFELD (1910 - 1994)


3 pictures


Location: Romano-Guardini-Platz, Mainz, Germany.
Photos: © Albert Hagenaars, 7 February 2016.
Established by: Deutsches Kabarettarchiv, Forum Theater, The town of Mainz, 2004.



In the German town of Mainz, the project 'Stars of Satire' intends to honour the "Besonderen unter den Ausgezeichneten" in the field of cabaret. It consists of bronze tiles with names of the artists on Romano-Guardini-Platz. This square, called after priest and theologian Romano Guardini, is located between the German Cabaret Archives and the Forum Theatre. The signatures of eighty nominees have been engraved in stainless steel.
With this project the initiators want to remember the personalities who, as writers or performers in international cabaret, have animated the artistic process of their genre or participated otherwise in its history, from the foundation of the first cabaret, Le Chat Noir in Paris, on. Supported by founders and sponsors they pay respect to satirists and artists, some of them still alive, whose achievements have proven to be probing enough to keep influencing people all over the world.





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17/06/2018

AUGUSTE BUNOUST (1888 - 1921)

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Location: Graveyard, Avenue Jean XXIII, Lisieux, France.
Photos: © Albert Hagenaars, 15 February 2018.







Oh! de quel môle argenté de granit
irai-je un soir vers les calmes étoiles
Ancrer mon Rêve au port de l’Infini?
A. Bunoust – 1919.








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30/05/2018

TREFOSSA - Henri Frans de Ziel (1916 - 1975)


11 pictures


Location: Near the presidential palace, Paramaribo, Suriname.
Maker: Erwin de Vries. This sculpture replaces the first version, which was stolen.
Established: 12 January 2012.
Sponsors: H.F. De Ziel Foundation, Carlo Jadnanansing, assurance company Self Reliance and the national government.
Photo: © Albert Hagenaars, April 2016.



Photo: © Vera Seppion, Antwerp, Belgium, September 2015.



Photo: Albert Hagenaars.



Photo: Albert Hagenaars.



Photo: Albert Hagenaars.



Photo: Vera Seppion.



Photo: Vera Seppion.



Photo: Albert Hagenaars.



Location: downtown Paramaribo.
Photo: © Vera Seppion.



Location: Pelikaanstraat 9 + Van der Werffstraat, Lege Werfsteeg, Leiden, The Netherlands.
First version 1997, painted over 2004, new version 2007.
Designer/maker: Unknown.
Photo: Unknown.



Grave of Trefossa and his wife.
Location: Dr. Sophie Redmondstraat, Paramaribo, Suriname.
Maker: Glenn Fung Loy.
Photo: Unknown


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21/05/2018

HENRIETTE ROLAND HOLST (1869 - 1952)

1 picture




Location: Nieuwstraat 4, Bergen op Zoom, The Netherlands.
Photo: © Albert Hagenaars, 15 May 2018.



The original text in Dutch can be read in two ways:
Tomorrow the present will be written.

Tomorrow is written right now.



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