The Goggleheim Gallery

The word "goggle", not to be confused with Google, means to stare, gawk, gaze, scrutinize or look which is exactly what I want you to do in my on-line exhibition of my work.   The name Goggleheim is a remake of the word Guggenheim – which of course is where all artists would like to have their work exhibited.  Alas, many are called but... so I am going to do the next best thing which is to curate my own exhibitions here at the Goggleheim.  Admission is free and it is always open so please enjoy yourself.  If you would like to be notified of new exhibitions please add a comment to my site to that effect.

Curating my own images

The ease of use of the Internet for creating and displaying art has turned many artists into digital curators of their own work and this is changing both how artist display their work and how people access it.  In my Goggleheim gallery I will be curating my own work and creating exhibitions in new and different ways in order to emphasize different aspects of the works.   Feel free to take a look at my current, or past, exhibitions that catches your interest and if you like what you see please leave me a comment.


Current Show  

Human Topologies

Throughout history, the female form has been much revered and celebrated in the arts.  Photography is no stranger to this and abstract nudes have formed much of the fine arts photographic works for as long as photography itself has been around and much great work has been produced over time.  In this show, I am working with light and shadow on nudes to bring out the essence of the female form.  I hope you enjoy watching them as much as I did making them.



Saskatchewan, the least densely populated prairie province in Canada, is often described by outsiders as being big flat and boring.  An all too common misconception is that Saskatchewan consists largely of big skies and fields and there is not much to see here.  Although it is true we have a fair amount of both there is so much more to this province and I would like to show you the Saskatchewan I have discovered living here for the past 3 years.

Enjoy the show and feel free to leave comments along the way.


Jannik Plaetner