André Kruysen at Ramakers Gallery, The Hague

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I visited Ramakers Gallery to write a review for the Villa La Repubblica blog about sculptor André Kruysen’s present exhibition. You can read the review (in Dutch) and see some more pictures here.

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Kruysen is fascinated by modernist architecture and other influences of the modernist tradition.

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Apart from abstract geometry one can also see echoes from surrealism and primitivism, but

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his main projects are light and nature that always seem to break into the order man creates.

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That is especially clear in The quiet force of descent, a temporary project in the gallery, which

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brings light as a deconstructing force in the gallery together with a cascade solidified in time.

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Instead of a room for exhibitions the place becomes an alternative architectural space.

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This great project together with the other objects and sculptures make for an intriguing exhibition.

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[Click on the pictures to enlarge]

Bertus Pieters

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