Going Forward II – 100 Years after De Stijl; A Gallery Named Sue, The Hague

Richard van der Aa

To write an article about paintings in The Hague for Villa La Repubblica i visited amongst others A Gallery Named Sue where works by four artists are on show. Click here to read the article (in Dutch).

Richard van der Aa

Richard van der Aa

Richard van der Aa

Richard van der Aa

Richard van der Aa

José Heerkens

They are all non-objective works by José Heerkens (1950), Richard van der Aa (1963), Werner Windisch (1968) and Jorrit Paaijmans (1979).

José Heerkens

José Heerkens

José Heerkens

José Heerkens

José Heerkens

Jorrit Paaijmans

I didn’t discuss Paaijmans in the VLR article as his works aren’t paintings.

Jorrit Paaijmans

Paaijmans designs and makes his own devises to make drawings, only leaving human intentions but not individual feelings in the results, which makes them all the more interesting.

Jorrit Paaijmans

One could even think making these drawings are artistic performances excluding human interference between beginning and end.

Werner Windisch

Werner Windisch

Jorrit Paaijmans

Werner Windisch

Werner Windisch

Jorrit Paaijmans

Jorrit Paaijmans

Jorrit Paaijmans

Jorrit Paaijmans

Richard van der Aa

José Heerkens

[Click on the pictures to enlarge]

©Villa Next Door 2017

Contents of all photographs courtesy to the artists and A Gallery Named Sue, Den Haag.

 

Bertus Pieters

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