Post- May 2017
An exhibition, promoting and presenting a selection of new works.
M3 Invite - August 2016
Atelierhaus Mengerzeile & Kunsthalle M3
A group exhibition of works by:
Streykatt aka Bobby Collins
from 14.08-30.8.'15 open Friday to Sunday 17: 00-20: 00
T.A.G. Opening - March 2009
Group exhibition of ‘No Die No Sore Lover…’ during Brussels Art Week, March 2009.
Ideal Showroom 2007
Announcement for the presentation at Ideal Showroom 2007.
Someone's Garden Magazine @ Ideal Showroom 2007
Cover photograph by Streykatt aka Bobby Collins
・HENRIK VIBSKIV / Interview
・FLY / Conscious Dreams
・ALEX FREUND / Collection
・BOGOMIR DORINGER + Avant16 / Art film
・IDEAL / Intervie
・CHECKINIT / Fashion shooting
・ANDERS SOELVSTEN THOMSEN / Fashion Shooting “SUICIDE”
・KIM LIGHTBODY / Fashion Shooting “Steal Yourself a Daydream”
・TAKUMI IWATA ＋ HIROSHI HATATE / Fashion Shooting “Amusin Fellas” feat. NIKE
・CAFE MOCHA MINT / Fashion x sweets
・思想疾走失踪 by Arne Hendriks
DONG Magazine 2007
Featured in the now defunct Dong Magazine 2007
Studio 80 - March 2007
An art performance, presented by artist Bogomir Doringer, for ‘Fashion Radio’ at Studio 80 in Amsterdam. Photo documentation by Bobby Collins.
An exhibition to present and promote new works from a selection of recent projects.
A selection of images with the theme ,by BAD Gallery, ‘Sweet Dreams’, presented at Genres d'à Côté for the Pink Screens film festival in Brussels, Belgium.
Eine Gruppenausstellung mit Werken von:
Streykatt aka Bobby Collins
Ole Wulfers + Mike Hentz
Öffnen Freitag bis Sonntag 17:00-20:00
No Die No Sore Lover...
Love… the ‘universal symbol’ of love, the heart, replaced with a dinosaur. A semiotic reminder of love as it became.. probably how it was from the start. ‘Run away’… ‘hide’… ‘it can kill you’… ‘scary’… ‘eat you alive’… ‘tear me apart’ ‘extinct’… ‘reminisce’.
A collaboration with artist Bogomir Doringer and (now defunct) Avant16. In February, 2007, the three way collaboration began in Paris during Paris Fashion Week. The idea was to 'bring to life' and capture on film, the humanoid characters (as performance art), at a familiar Parisian landmark, The Seine. The humanoids represented alienation, isolation, xenos, exclusion, seclusion, etc..
While the filming of this 'performance' with Jelena Ilic, Charlotte Wandt, Romain Roz, and Aleksandar Josipović as the humanoids, by Avant16, Bobby Collins (Streykatt) had intermittently photographed the 'performance'.
The film by Avant16 was the winner of the 2nd Edition of 'You Wear It Well / Got A Minute?' fashion film competition by Diane Pernet of 'A SHADED VIEW ON FASHION', simultaneously an exhibition at Cafe Moskau (Berlin) for Ideal Berlin.
From this win, a good dozen of fashion editorial style photos, shot by Bobby Collins, where used to promote the Déranger project, sometimes along with some accompanying stills from the film, in several international art and fashion magazines.
Riding the wave, another 'performance' was given at 'Studio 80' an avantguard party in Amsterdam NL, upoon the return from Paris, where Bobby Collins photographed the humanoids in a similar scenareo.