Apers, Jos

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Person (Male)

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Standardized form(s) of name according to other rules

Status

  • Professional

Details

Life dates

Antwerp - Merksem, 1882 - Antwerp - Ekeren, 1963

Activity

1900 - 1914 Anvers, Rue Bréderode, 92
Successor: Monu Edward<02>
Theodorus Jozef, ° 27.3.1882; + 15.9.1963. Registered at this address in two separate periods: 1900-1902 and 1911-1914. In the interim, he appears to have operated exclusively in Boom.
1903 ca - 1916 Boom, Blauwstraat 22
First permanent studio in Boom and Apers' only address in 1905. This studio continued after the closure of the Antwerp studio (Boom is again the sole address in 1916). Apers continued to operate in Boom in the interwar years until at least 1934. The second of his four sons Vic succeeded him. The Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage (KIK-IRPA) in Brussels possesses a collection of 215 glass negatives by Apers, mainly depicting artefacts from Antwerp museums, taken between 1916 and 1918.

Locations

1900 - 1914 Anvers, Rue Bréderode, 92
1903 ca - 1916 Boom, Blauwstraat 22

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Bibliography/Webography

KOTT, Christina, "De l'inventaire photographique belge aux « clichés allemands » 1914-1918" in KOTT, Christina & CLAES, Marie-Christine (éd.), Le patrimoine de la Belgique vu par l’Occupant : un héritage photographique de la Grande Guerre. Bruxelles, 2018, pp. 12-93 [Apers pp. 44-46].

BALaT - Apers, Jos: http://balat.kikirpa.be/people.php?priref=232919

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Record source

DIRECTORY_1997#96

Identity of institution

FotoMuseum Provincie Antwerpen

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Dates of creation/revision

SFJ revised 1.2.2017 & 31.12.2017; MCC revised 20.5.2018, 25.1.2019 & 11.3.2020; MD revised 6.7.2020; SFJ revised 22.11.2020 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght

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