Sublime Galleria

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Past Exhibhitions

Decay Ignites the Imagination

You’ll be surprised to know what people leave behind, often for unknown reasons. Beautiful villas, fully furnished - everything covered with a layer of dust; hospitals with patient files scattered in the hallways; theatres and ballrooms, now empty of laughter; castles, where the family photo album sits still on the bookshelf; memories of what used to be.

How did these people live? Why is the place abandoned? What happened?

With time, nature starts to take over. As the years pass, buildings and the secrets they keep crumble and decay. On first glance, you may see a pile of mouldy debris, but look at it with different eyes and you’ll find breath-taking beauty.

Sublime Galleria is proud to take you to the world behind the ‘no entry’ signs and the locked doors, offering a glimpse of the beautiful, forbidden worlds of decay, through the eyes of Daan Oude Elferink. You don’t want to miss this!

Exhibit Artworks

  • Cooling Tower


    Photography
    Epoxy
    80 x 120 Inches
  • Ancient Beauty


    Photography
    Epoxy
    80 x 120 Inches
  • Castello di Arcobaleno


    Photography
    Inches
    100 x 150 Inches
  • Corridor of Life


    Photography
    Epoxy
    80 x 120 Inches
  • Downfall


    Photography
    Epoxy
    80 x 120 Inches
  • Downstairs


    Photography
    Epoxy
    80 x 120 Inches
  • Havoc by Time


    Photography
    Inches
    80 x 120 Inches
  • Hidden Treasure


    Photography
    Epoxy
    100 x 150 Inches
  • If Walls Could Speak


    Photography
    Epoxy
    80 x 120 Inches
  • Keep it Cool


    Photography
    Epoxy
    100 x 150 Inches
  • Labyrinth


    Photography
    Epoxy
    100 x 150 Inches
  • Prominent View


    Photography
    Epoxy
    80 x 120 Inches
  • Quiet Beauty


    Photography
    Epoxy
    80 x 120 Inches
  • Theater Baroque


    Photography
    Epoxy
    80 x 120 Inches
  • Transformer Staircase


    Photography
    Epoxy
    100 x 150 Inches
  • Walls of History


    Photography
    Epoxy
    80 x 120 Inches

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