Nathalie Duivenvoorden in Tromsø; A Gallery Named Sue, The Hague

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A Gallery Named Sue shows Nathalie Duivenvoorden’s drawings inspired by her stay in Norway.

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As she made them after pictures she took in the country with a non-professional camera, the remembrances have had their filters already.

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Duivenvoorden’s way of drawing recreates a kind of remembrance in which especially the light and dark play an almost magical role.

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With her colour pencils the dark becomes glowing, as the blue does.

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The works are still on show this weekend (i was a bit late visiting the exhibition) so hurry to go and see them, some of them are real gems!

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Duivenvoorden’s wintery Nordic landscapes are well presented in the gallery, under the guard of Ignace Cami’s Flemish lion.

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[Click on the pictures to enlarge]

Bertus Pieters