Previous exhibitions

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Anyuta Wiazemsky
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Franco Zehnder

Another World

Laboratory of Illusion and Fantasy
22.10.16 - 28.05.17

Where lies the boundary between fantasy and reality? How can we distinguish dream from delirium, illusion from wish, hallucination from discernment? How can we explore or imagine what takes place elsewhere? The exhibition covers two centuries, starting from the many questions concerning psychosis, hallucination and illusion. Not to give a classic historic account, but to elucidate five unique oeuvres from this period that balance between art, knowledge and science. J.J. Grandville, Gustav Mesmer, Gerard Heymans, Jean Perdrizet and Mathew Kneebone each created or mapped out a different universe, thus trying to grasp the ungraspable in their own way. These are worlds in which pencils walk, bicycles float, the distance between two parallel lines is variable, typewriters are in contact with the deceased and street lamps stop shining when you walk past them. Another World creates passages: from this one to the other, between the other worlds among themselves, and perhaps also from the other world back to this one.

Until 11th of June there is an exhibition on Gustav Mesmer in art et marges that is linked to the exhibition Another world. In collaboration with : Gustav Mesmer Stiftung / Museum Dr Guislain

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11.03.17 - 28.05.17
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Adoption

Between adventure and misadventure
24.11.16 - 16.04.17

Moses, Tarzan and Superman: we don’t give it much thought, but in popular stories the protagonist is often an adopted child with special powers. Myths, novels and comics are teeming with adopted heroes. The exhibition goes into this cultural fascination and confronts it with historical documents and contemporary questions. How does origin influence the search for an own identity? How do adoption practices evolve? Is the focus on the child, the prospective parents or society? How do procedures work and what if they are lacking? How do we deal with the traumas caused by forced adoption today?

The varied, sensitive history of adoption is illustrated with documentary material, old and modern art, literature, photography, film excerpts and testimonies. Adoption. Between adventure and misadventure explores the representation of adoption practices, focuses on personal stories and in this way enters the current debate.

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DOOREMAN

Dirk De Wachter Museum

Art & psychiatry in borderline times
25.06.16 - 25.09.16

For one summer the Dr. Guislain Museum becomes the Dirk De Wachter Museum. In Borderline Times psychiatrist Dirk De Wachter establishes a sharp diagnosis of today’s society: we live in borderline times. Impulsiveness, affective lability, emptiness … are not only individual symptoms, but also features of a broader, collective evolution. In his diagnosis Dirk De Wachter assigns great value to literature, philosophy and art. Dirk De Wachter Museum examines the way contemporary art represents today’s society and the current time, and reveals the shortcomings and possibilities in its own language.

The book Borderline Times and its author have been receiving a great deal of attention. That says a lot about the difficulties to which the psychiatrist’s work refers, but also about his own place in society. Dirk De Wachter Museum zooms in on the phenomenon of Dirk De Wachter and sheds light on other famous psychiatrists throughout history, who have entered the public stage, adopted a critical attitude towards society and considered art as an indispensable link.

The exhibition Dirk De Wachter Museum is a collaboration between psychiatrists Dirk De Wachter and Erik Thys and the curators at the Museum Dr. Guislain.

A richly illustrated catalogue accompanies the exhibition (D, 144 p., Uitgeverij Lannoo).

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ARPAÏS du bois

trouver un moyen d’habiter le monde
05.03.16 - 29.05.16

ARPAÏS du bois records, contemplates, and comments on the world around her in her daily drawings. Ranging from an intimately experienced world to global political events. She voices her fight against oblivion, against living in and dealing with the world too quickly. The drawings can be considered as variations, which – with distance and restraint – attempt to provide an answer to the weight of reality.

In trouver un moyen d’habiter le monde, ARPAÏS du bois presents a selection of her work, and brings her drawings into dialogue with objects from the Dr. Guislain Museum’s collection.

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© Michiel De Cleene

Out of the Shadows

200 years Brothers of Charity and Psychiatry
30.09.15 - 29.05.16

On 30 September 2015, it will be 200 years that the mentally ill were released from the shackles in the crypt of the medieval Castle of Gerard the Devil in Ghent. Canon Triest and the Bothers of Charity were the instigators. This event can be seen as the beginning of psychiatric care in Belgium.

By means of photographs, film, testimonials, etc., Out of the shadows shows the degrading way in which mentally ill people were treated in the past, and also too often today. The exhibition looks at the differences in approaching mental illness worldwide, and shows the many forms in which chains nowadays appear and are broken.

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Shame

31.10.15 - 29.05.16

That which we wish to keep hidden, becomes visible. That of which we do not wish to talk, becomes public. From taboo to embarrassment, from primness to awkwardness, from blushing to guilty pleasures: this exhibition sheds light on shame, a feeling which is difficult to grasp, yet omnipresent. It catches us by surprise, at the least expected moments and for the most diverse reasons: when we say something unseemly in public, or because of the smaller or larger imperfections of the body. But we also feel shame about poverty or psychological problems. Whether we want this or not, shame has an influence on everything we do.

Just like the reasons for being ashamed differ, shame also differs according to a person’s character, the times in which people live and the place they find themselves in. Shame is a personal as well as a social phenomenon: each person, but also each culture, deals with it in a different way. The exhibition Shame explores this field along different lines: by means of objects from other cultures, historical psychiatric documents or actual witnesses. Modern and contemporary artists represent this feeling in paintings, sculptures, photographs and video.

A richly illustrated catalogue accompanies this exhibition (D/F/E, 176 p., Uitgeverij Lannoo).

Chantal Akerman, Francis Alÿs, Alioune Bâ, Sarah Baker, Michael Borremans, Claude Cahun, Tom Callemin, Robert Capa, Roy de Villevoye, Jim Dine, Desiree Dolron, Marcel Duchamp, Tracey Emin, Gao Brothers, Marc Garanger, Siebe Wiemer Glastra, George Grosz, Seymour Jacobs, Gert Jochems, Nicolas Karakatsanis, Willy Kessels, Meiro Koizumi, Frans Masereel, Paul McCarthy, Boris Mikhailov, George Minne, Lauren Moffatt, Hans Op de Beeck, Pablo Picasso, Auguste Rodin, Félicien Rops, Tammo Schuringa, Jan Sluijters, Miroslav Tichý, Patrick Van Caeckenbergh, Philippe Vandenberg, Jan Van Imschoot, Ina van Zyl…

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Marita De Sterck en Jonas Thys
Jonas Thys

Catskin

Fairy Tales and Taboo
21.11.15 - 21.02.16

Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty: we think we know these stories, but they came to us in sweetened versions. Anthropologist Marita de Sterck sought the older, rawer versions in manuscripts, archives and forgotten collections. In their uncensored form the fairy tales are anything but romantic: they are teeming with horror, violence and eroticism. A clever hunchback seduces a frigid king’s daughter, Catskin carries out even dirtier chores than Cinderella, a young king impregnates a sleeping beauty and a wicked stepmother makes soup of her own child. The fairy tales excite and confront us with guilt, shame and taboo. How do cruel tales teach us to deal with reality? Can they help us make painful experiences more debatable?

Marita de Sterck gives a taste of the age-old treasure of folk tales. Jonas Thys presents the key scenes in powerful images. The exhibition compiles text and images and depicts disturbing as well as familiar fears and fantasies.

Stories from Vuil vel (Catskin) and Beest in bed (Beast in bed), compiled by Marita de Sterck, illustrated by Jonas Thys.

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(Photo)sensitive

Psychiatrist Patients Portraits 1865-2015
12.06.15 - 11.10.15

The emergence of the mental institution and the early development of photography coincide around mid-nineteenth century. Psychiatrists and photographers quickly become interested in each other’s world. Until well into the twentieth century patients are photographed as a form of inventory, an attempt to document the illness rather than the ill. In the 1960’s the relationship changes: photographers start to use their pictures to denounce the abuses in psychiatry. The mental hospital as an institution is no longer evident. The fascination with photography still plays an important role in psychiatry. But the stakes have changed: the patient himself starts to work with the medium and gives an insight into his own world. (Photo)sensitive - Psychiatrists Patients Portraits 1865-2015 shows a long and intense history of unexpected and surprising recurring motifs: convulsive hands, strange bodily curves, half hidden medical instruments.

The summer also brings three other expositions: Facing Japan, Condemned and The House.
These exhibitions will be opened mid June and are a part of 80 Days of Summer festival in Ghent.

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© Robin Hammond, Panos Pictures.

Condemned

Robin Hammond
12.06.15 - 11.10.15

Difficult crises that have struck the population of Sub-Saharan Africa over the last fifty years, have left their mark on mental health. The care for the mentally ill is limited – the means are insufficient and the stigma is enormous. New Zealand photographer Robin Hammond, winner of the 2014 Dr. Guislain Award, portrayed these people: a voiceless minority banished to forsaken corners in churches, traumatised former child soldiers chained to rusty hospital beds, people who are doomed to spend their lives behind bars.

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©Stephan Vanfleteren
Boek bij de tentoonstelling

Facing Japan

12.06.15 - 13.09.15

With the support of the Flanders Center in Osaka ten renowned Flemish photographers travelled to Japan. Marleen Daniëls, Nick Hannes, Michiel Hendryckx, Jimmy Kets, Maroesjka Lavigne, Tony Le Duc, Charlotte Lybeer , Stephan Vanfleteren, Sarah Van Marcke and Rob Walbers tried to capture Japan in their own way. A country that fires the imagination, but at the same can be very compelling.

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Karin Borghouts, foto uit Het huis © Karin Borghouts
Karin Borghouts, foto uit Het huis © Karin Borghouts

The House

Karin Borghouts
12.06.15 - 30.08.15

A fire destroyed the parental house of photographer Karin Borghouts. The blackened interior evoked feelings of chaos and destruction, but at the same time created an estranging beauty in the abandoned devastation: a scorched painting, a black mirror, a porcelain figurine covered with soot and ashes. Borghout’s intuitive decision to capture this unexpected event, resulted in a very exceptional and personal series.

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© Ronny Delrue

Tabula Rasa

25.04.15 - 24.05.15

The exposition ‘Tabula Rasa’ is a project complementary to the exposition ‘Dark Chambers’ and is the result of an intense collaboration with LUCA School of Arts.

The literal translation of ‘Tabula Rasa’ is clean slate. The term refers to what is nowadays known as the idea of starting with a blank page, starting from scratch. The contemporary artworks in the exhibition connect melancholia with volatility, the human memory and the dynamics between old and new. The white chambers of Tabula Rasa connect and simultaneously contrast with ‘Dark Chambers’ and puts the exposition into a new perspective.

Participating artists: Marc De Blieck, Ronny Delrue, Lucas Devriendt, Tom Hallet, David Huycke, Margarita Maximova, Ellen Schroven, Irja Syvertsen, Ad van Campenhout, Hannelore Van Dijck, Philip Van Isacker en Nel Verbeke.
Curator: Wim Lambrecht

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Characteristic Faces

On hawk noses and chipmunk cheeks
14.03.15 - 27.09.15

Prejudice and stereotypes are as old as humanity itself. In Ancient Greece there already was lots of speculation on the meaning of bodily and facial structures. What does the face hide? Is there a way of ‘reading’ the head? Does the ‘born criminal’ exist?

Why do we believe that the outside tells something more about the inside, about our way of thinking and our talents? Characteristic Faces. On hawk noses and chipmunk cheeks questions the relationship between inside and out and its presence in psychiatry, criminology, and the public opinion. The exhibition illustrates this intriguing but problematic history. At the same time it shows how these old notions are still present today. The role prejudice and stereotypes play in the media and in everyday life must not be underestimated.

Characteristic Faces is a coproduction with Teylers Museum in Harlem, The Netherlands.

A richly illustrated catalogue of the same name accompanies the exhibition. (Dutch and Eng., 160 p., Uitgeverij Lannoo)

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Dees De Bruyne

An artistic life
14.03.15 - 31.05.15

In 1991, the artist Dees De Bruyne was living in the attic of the Dr. Guislain Psychiatric Centre for several weeks. He was a resident who was in regular contact with the patients, which laid the foundation of a series of paintings characterized by passion, eroticism, aggression and a disrupted world-view. Dees De Bruyne was celebrated by one and loathed by the other. For the Museum Dr. Guislain, the series Madness? gave rise to an exhibition displaying the works of this artist from Ghent.

 

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Dooreman

Dooreman

drawings
14.02.15 - 12.04.15

From 14 February until 22 March the Dr. Guislain Museum exhibits drawings by Dooreman. Since 2007 Dooreman designs as graphic designer the posters, folders and catalogues that gave the Dr. Guislain museum its recognizable style. On the occasion of the Henry Van de Velde Award, that he recently received for his career, the museum gives special attention to an often overlooked part Dooreman's oeuvre: his drawings. Even though he is mostly known and popular for his graphic design, his drawings remain the interesting starting point of his career. They may have been less remembered, but they are of an excellent quality.

Earlier this year Gert Dooreman received the Henry Van de Velde Award for his career. On occasion of this award Dooreman publishes an updated, extensive and enhanced reissue of his acclaimed  monograph in collaboration with Lannoo. This book not only highlights his typography and graphic design, but also pays attention to his illustrations, complemented by some of his recent work.

Gert Dooreman started his career as an illustrator for, among others, De Morgen, Playboy and De Standaard. For about fifteen years he combined his activities as an illustrator with those of graphic designer, after which he focused solely on graphic design and especially on typography. He made his name as regular designer for Tom Lanoye’s books, he restyled De Standaard and Humo, designs posters for several theatre companies, and books for just about all the important publishing companies in Flanders and The Netherlands.

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Patch Places

Youth Care Organizations between Romance and Trauma
22.11.14 - 15.02.15

A warm family for children to grow up in: it’s a romantic idea. But what if the family doesn’t live up to the expectations? What if it is the minor who’s causing trouble? To protect the child, the government intervenes. But what does it mean for the child? Is the placement in an institution, that acts as a substitute for family, a resting place, a patch place, or is it a life changing, sometimes traumatic experience?

Patch Places depicts the history of youth care: from the optimism of the institution as a pedagogical solution until the most recent sensitivity towards the painful practices. Youth institutions provide care and protection, but can also leave a mark. Are children brought up or held back? Patch Places takes part in a lively and current debate and wants to intensify the many questions concerning youth care.

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© Erwin Olaf

Dark Chambers

On melancholy and depression
18.10.14 - 31.05.15

The tormented and depressed soul has always provoked questions. What is the difference between a depressed genius and the madman haunted by melancholic temperaments? What is the influence of the different bodily fluids on a man’s state of mind? Was melancholy caused by an excess of black bile? In which way is man subject to the changing of the seasons and what is the mysterious role of the planet Saturn?

Dark Chambers shows different forms of this age-old melancholy, but also sheds light on its contemporary and pathological counterpart, depression. It shows that melancholy has not only affected many artists and researchers, but also has inspired them. Dark Chambers takes a closer look at this artistic fascination and confronts it with the psychological dimension.

A richly illustrated catalogue accompanies this exhibition (N/F/E, 144 p., Uitgeverij Hannibal).

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I see something you don’t see

Art and autism
19.07.14 - 21.09.14

I see something you don’t see…and the colour is red: a popular child’s game. Guess what I am thinking about? What I see? What runs through my mind? The object that I ‘see’ can be found in this space and the colour is merely a clue. The players guess without anything to go by: a game develops, difficult, funny, witty, exciting and hilarious. Does the player overlook something crucial? Can it be found in the smallest detail? Does he look in the same way as the others.

I see something you don’t see is an exhibition of works made by artists with autism. Will you look at them differently by knowing this? Does prejudice, stigma and small facts on autism change the way you look at this particular art? Or maybe it doesn’t matter and is this work as good or as bad, as yellow or blue as that of artists without autism? I see something you don’t see doesn’t give a definitive answer to these questions. But it challenges us to, just like the game, with the clue in mind, look at this work with an open mind and in this way trying to ‘find’ it.

In cooperation with akku e.V. (Autismus, Kunst und Kultur)

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Roger Ballen

Traveller of the Psyche
22.03.14 - 31.08.14

The oeuvre of photographer Roger Ballen (1950) leaves a lasting impression. This New Yorker lives and works in South Africa, where he finds his inspiration. He became world famous for his portraits of marginalised Afrikaners, in the midst of the apartheid. Cultural isolation, poverty and incest yield pictures of gaunt figures on the fringes of society. Ballen’s later work is more complex: black and white photographs in which man, animal and drawing merge into one. The cruelty of the human condition, the ultimate tension of the human body, the thin line between normality and abnormality: Ballen’s pictures are overwhelming testimonies of one big psychological journey.

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War and Trauma

Soldiers and psychiatrists 1914-2014
01.11.13 - 30.06.14

How were injured soldiers care of at the front taken during World War I? Who did this? How were the victims evacuated? What happened with the soldiers with shellshock? Were they cowards, male hysterics or were they truly traumatised?

On the eve of the major commemorations of World War I, the double exhibition War and trauma clarifies that the focus, also a hundred years on, should be on the fate of the people. The In Flanders Fields Museum in Ypres deals with the organisation of general medical care at the front during World War I. The Dr Guislain Museum in Ghent zooms in on several conflicts during the 20th century, but with an emphasis on a specific medical branch, psychiatry.

 

Soldiers and ambulances 1914-1918

At the beginning of the war not a single European army was ready to relieve the large numbers of victims in a humanitarian way. The fire power of the armies was forced up, the defence reinforced, but the care for victims continued to seriously lag behind. Philanthropy, private initiative and the heroic efforts of many individuals had to deal with failing medical care during the war. The exhibition Soldiers and ambulances 1914-1918 focuses on medical care at the front in the Westhoek. With which types of injuries and illnesses were the physicians in field hospitals confronted? Which treatments were applied? And where can traces of evacuation routes still be found?

As the war progressed, medical care also developed and organisation and relief improved. The greatest breakthrough was, however, the recognition – albeit reluctantly – of mental trauma caused by the war.

 

Soldiers and psychiatrists 1914-2014

During World War I many soldiers fell victim to bizarre, anxious and disturbed behaviour, which was referred to as ‘shellshock’. The army commanders faced a dilemma: were they really traumatised or were they simply cowards who were trying to stay away from the extremely terrifying front? Should they be evacuated or sent back? And what was the best way to treat shellshock? The exhibition Soldiers and psychiatrists 1914-2014 explores the focus on and dealings with mental suffering during the Great War, but also focuses on more recent conflicts of the past century. How do psychiatrists currently deal with soldiers with posttraumatic stress syndrome? Is there more understanding? And how do reporters and war photographers view acts of war and mental suffering?

Soldiers and psychiatrists portrays the mental consequences of warfare: from the first photos of shellshock and contemporary war photography to drawings of killed psychiatric patients during WWII. But war is sometimes very close: victims of rape and abuse suffer the same symptoms of PTSS. Soldiers and psychiatrists shows the evolution of the concept of trauma: from shellshock to posttraumatic stress syndrome, from 1914 to 2014.

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Gideon Kiefer

22.06.13 - 06.10.13
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In a state

Man in the contemporary art collection of the Fondation Francès
22.06.13 - 06.10.13

The collection of contemporary art of Estelle and Hervé Francès from Senlis, France portrays man in every possible state or form: examined from head to toe, turned inside out, treated with great respect or in an exceptionally brute way.

What becomes visible? Man’s dark side with his urge for destruction and brutality, man involved in a heavy struggle or looking for that which is forbidden, but also man who believes and loves.

Leading international contemporary artists depict our excesses in works on death, religion, war, disease, and sexuality. The pieces are in confrontation with the works of the Museum Dr. Guislain’s permanent collections.

Beauty does not come first; it is man who searches, loses, fights or wins. The images are confronting and, at times, hard to digest.

Estelle and Hervé Francès’ collection invites us to reflect and discuss, makes us aware of ourselves and the world, and it is also shocking, provocative, it makes us look away and gasp for air.

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Nervous women

Two centuries of women and their psychiatrists
13.10.12 - 26.05.13

Nervous women

For centuries, women have been considered more ‘nervous’ than men, more susceptible to instability and mental illness, more often bothered by spirits and demons. But are they really more ‘mentally ill’?

In the 19th century some women seemed to go mad due to a lack of behavioural freedom. In the early 21st century some women actually seem to succumb to the burden of ‘freedom’. The image of demands imposed on them by society to have a successful career, look beautiful and lead an exciting social life sometimes seems to be too much. But is it really?

The exhibition presents seven patient-psychiatrist ‘couples’: a remarkable history of how society and psychiatry evolve, how certain syndromes such as hysteria are phenomena of their time and how our times provoke and endure new forms of disturbed behaviour.

Nervous women wants to feed the debate about the ‘specific’ position of women in psychiatry. Nervous women is an exhibition about mania, melancholia, weak nerves, theatrical tics, passionate love, self-mutilation, boredom, rebellion and self-starvation.

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Dangerously Young

Child in danger, child as danger
01.10.11 - 20.05.12

Having children is a special experience: the future holds infinite possibilities. Children earn love, protection and attention, all of which give them every opportunity to develop as fully as possible. Parents and guardians do everything in their power to make this happen. ‘Children hold the key to the future’, so the saying goes: it’s a solemn promise and a wonderful outlook. But beneath all this, there lurks a fear: what if something goes wrong in their upbringing? What if the child becomes ill? What if society doesn’t give the young person room to develop? What if parents and guardians ‘fail’?

The exhibition Dangerously young. Child in danger, child as danger takes the visitor on a journey full of questions. How do artists portray the uncomplicated, sweet child? But also: how do they depict situations in which the child becomes a danger to adults? How have psychiatrists, parents or journalists described, brought up or helped children who, in one way or another, constitute a danger?

The exhibition is accompanied by a full-colour, 192-page catalogue (in Dutch and English), published by Lannoo and designed by Dooreman, with contributions from experts including Peter Adriaenssens, Bruno Vanobbergen and Gerda Dendooven.

Dangerously young is a joint venture between the Commission on Children’s Rights’, Kopergietery, Gezinsbond and the Dr. Guislain Museum.

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02.03.13 - 26.05.13
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16.06.12 - 16.09.12
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02.06.11 - 04.09.11
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05.02.11 - 08.05.11
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18.10.10 - 08.05.11
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22.05.10 - 12.09.10
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22.05.10 - 12.09.10
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10.10.09 - 02.05.10
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29.05.09 - 13.09.09
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09.05.09 - 13.09.09
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04.10.08 - 12.04.09
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25.05.08 - 07.09.08
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25.05.08 - 07.09.08
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25.05.08 - 07.09.08
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17.05.07 - 14.10.07
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21.04.07 - 14.10.07
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18.03.07 - 21.10.07
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07.10.06 - 28.01.07
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07.10.06 - 29.04.07
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03.06.06 - 03.09.06
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08.10.05 - 30.04.06
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26.03.05 - 04.09.05
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26.03.06 - 04.09.05
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23.10.04 - 13.03.05
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15.11.03 - 26.09.04
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25.04.03 - 14.09.03
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19.10.02 - 30.03.03
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10.11.01 - 02.06.02
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14.07.01 - 16.09.01
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14.07.01 - 16.09.01
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07.04.01 - 01.07.01
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16.12.00 - 18.03.01
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26.11.99 - 31.05.00
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30.10.98 - 30.04.99
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21.11.97 - 30.04.98
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10.07.97 - 30.09.98
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20.10.95 - 31.03.96
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18.11.94 - 30.04.95
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10.11.93 - 27.02.94
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24.10.91 - 19.01.92
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29.11.89 - 17.12.89
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Stella ster van de zee

01.03.17 - 01.03.17
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