[At] Home, works by Hamid El Kanbouhi, Fernando Sánchez Castillo and Marjan Teeuwen; Nouvelles Images, The Hague

Fernando Sánchez Castillo

The title [At] Home covers only part of the present exhibition at Nouvelles Images. For instance guest artist Fernando Sánchez Castillo (1970) shows his video Guernica Syndrome, Azor.

Fernando Sánchez Castillo

Fernando Sánchez Castillo

Azor was Franco’s yacht. Sánchez bought it and had it demolished to neat parcels of junk.

Fernando Sánchez Castillo

Fernando Sánchez Castillo

The definitive demolition goes on overnight and looks like a faint echo of the demolition of Guernica.

Fernando Sánchez Castillo

Fernando Sánchez Castillo

But it also shows that the trauma of the Franco era is still there in Sánchez’s homeland Spain (and sadly we can still witness it in recent developments there).

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

History, perception and its traumas are also part of Hamid El Kanbouhi’s (1976) great and impressive installation Take a LeaFe,

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

It tries to balance between different cultures, expectations and facts.

Marjan Teeuwen

Marjan Teeuwen

Marjan Teeuwen

Marjan Teeuwen

Marjan Teeuwen (1956) shows her photo series Destroyed House Gaza, probably the most literal interpretation of the show’s title.

Marjan Teeuwen

Marjan Teeuwen

Marjan Teeuwen

Marjan Teeuwen

She shows the destroyed house as a stage of remembrance, its trauma and its re-ordered emptiness.

Marjan Teeuwen

Marjan Teeuwen

Marjan Teeuwen

In a way they may remind you of Anselm Kiefer’s paintings of the 1980s.

Marjan Teeuwen

Marjan Teeuwen

Marjan Teeuwen

Remembrance and destruction, the more they become traumatic the more they become monumental as well.

Marjan Teeuwen

Fernando Sánchez Castillo

As such Nouvelles Images has made a very coherent and moving show in which the aesthetics of all three artists communicate very well.

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Demolition and distortion and us trying to find a way, a place and a reason in them, traumatic as they may seem, have an aesthetics of their own.

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Earlier works by El Kanbouhi and Teeuwen are adding to these aesthetics.

Hamid El Kanbouhi

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Content of all photographs courtesy to the artists and Galerie Nouvelles Images, Den Haag.

 

Bertus Pieters

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Kosmische en aardse verkenningen (Cosmic and earthly explorations); Nouvelles Images, The Hague

Cosmic and earthly explorations are being carried out at Nouvelles Images gallery, by four artists:

Ton Kraayeveld (1955), Rinke Nijburg (1964), Sara Rajaei (1976) and Amos Mulder (1982).

The last two are guests to the gallery and show videos and photo works that give the whole exhibition an edge.

Kraayeveld shows modernism, the style that tried to shape an ideal world, but he paints it in a desolate way, abandoned and senseless.

There are two videos by Mulder on show in diffuse footage about the interpretation of dreams and UFO’s.

No, don’t shrug your shoulders, this is good and compelling stuff (though seats, and a place with less reflection in the monitors would improve the experience).

Nijburg sees the sublime in the cosmos and the divine on earth.

Although he has some impressive bigger works on show i personally prefer his smaller ones.

It is as if the vastness of the universe is best experienced in these smaller gems.

Rajaei shows photographs and a video.

They deal with man’s relationship to time and landscape.

The video is a good almost meditative central piece to the show.

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© Villa Next Door 2017

Content of all pictures courtesy to the artists and Galerie Nouvelles Images, Den Haag.

 

Bertus Pieters

Landscape Watchers; Nouvelles Images, The Hague

Jan van der Pol

After the sad loss of Erik Bos last winter Nouvelles Images gallery has a new manager.

Jan van der Pol

Marie Jeanne de Rooij has the ambitious task to give both continuity and new impulses to this oldest of Dutch galleries.

Jan van der Pol

Her first exhibition shows works by four artists.

L.J.A.D. Creyghton

It is remarkable that she didn’t choose to organize a big group show to close the ranks.

L.J.A.D. Creyghton

She clearly chose to close the ranks more aesthetically and substantively.

Auke de Vries

Her experience with big spaces obviously helped her in this big gallery, making one big show loosely based on one idea: landscape.

Jan van der Pol

Jan van der Pol

Jan van der Pol

Jan van der Pol

Jan van der Pol

Jan van der Pol (1949), combining in his paintings landscapes-as-found-footage from different sources, gives an idea of present day painted reality.

Jan van der Pol

Jan van der Pol

There are some fine drawings by Van der Pol on show as well.

L.J.A.D. Creyghton

L.J.A.D. Creyghton

L.J.A.D. Creyghton

L.J.A.D. Creyghton (1954) photographed landscapes of the Western Front of World War I, roughly from the northern Ardennes to the southern Vosges.

L.J.A.D. Creyghton

He also photographed ‘souvenirs’ from these places.

Awoiska van der Molen

Using photography as a more or less spiritual medium his works connect well with works by invited artist Awoiska van der Molen (1972) who internalises landscapes with this still more or less miraculous medium.

Auke de Vries

Auke de Vries

The few small works by Auke de Vries (1937), one of the doyens of the gallery (who has a big exhibition in Museum Beelden aan Zee at the moment), show sculpture as part of an invisible landscape.

L.J.A.D. Creyghton

Jan van der Pol

L.J.A.D. Creyghton

Jan van der Pol

As a whole this fine and strongly reflective show underscores the space – or the different spaces – of the gallery itself.

Awoiska van der Molen

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© Villa Next Door 2017

Content of all pictures courtesy to the artists and Galerie Nouvelles Images, Den Haag

Bertus Pieters

Art The Hague 2016; Fokker terminal, The Hague

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Art fairs aren’t the most exciting places to see real surprises and Art The Hague is no exception, in spite of it calling itself ‘quirky’.

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To be honest, compared to last year the ascending line seems to have levelled.

Klaas Gubbels - Rento Brattinga

Klaas Gubbels – Rento Brattinga

Pieter de Krom - Vonkel

Pieter de Krom – Vonkel

In the offices next to the hangar (places where you might expect something interesting in the very short tradition of this fair in this place) there is little reason for excitement.

Marie Pop - Vonkel

Marie Pop – Vonkel

Ko Aarts - Rento Brattinga

Ko Aarts – Rento Brattinga

Johannes Langkamp - A Gallery Named Sue

Johannes Langkamp – A Gallery Named Sue

Although some interesting items are on show, the arrangements are a bit messy (the best presentations are the rooms of Livingstone gallery and Rento Brattinga), and the Blueprint presentation shouldn’t even be mentioned.

Auke de Vries - Nouvelles Images

Auke de Vries – Nouvelles Images

Auke de Vries - Nouvelles Images

Auke de Vries – Nouvelles Images

Auke de Vries - Nouvelles Images

Auke de Vries – Nouvelles Images

Auke de Vries - Nouvelles Images

Auke de Vries – Nouvelles Images

Central to the hangar, which serves as the main hall, is Nouvelles Images gallery’s presentation of works by Auke de Vries, one of the grand old men of Dutch sculpture.

Lotte van Lieshout - Galerie Wit

Lotte van Lieshout – Galerie Wit

Ruben Terlou - Galerie Fontana

Ruben Terlou – Galerie Fontana

Ruben Terlou - Galerie Fontana

Ruben Terlou – Galerie Fontana

Miranda Meijer - A Gallery Named Sue

Miranda Meijer – A Gallery Named Sue

Hernán Ardila Delgado - A Gallery Named Sue

Hernán Ardila Delgado – A Gallery Named Sue

Geert Baas - Galerie Ramakers

Geert Baas – Galerie Ramakers

Eric de Vries - WTC Rotterdam Art Gallery

Eric de Vries – WTC Rotterdam Art Gallery

Further on in the hangar it was the usual stuff, including – of course – some real gems.

Kevin Bauer - Galerie Helder

Kevin Bauer – Galerie Helder

Micha Patiniott - Heden

Micha Patiniott – Heden

Summer Matthews - Aboriginal Art Gallery

Summer Matthews – Aboriginal Art Gallery

Coen Vernooij - Gallery 0-68

Coen Vernooij – Gallery 0-68

Coen Vernooij - Gallery 0-68

Coen Vernooij – Gallery 0-68

Unknown artist - WTC The Hague Art Gallery

Unknown artist – WTC The Hague Art Gallery

Marc Mulders - Galerie Dom'Arte

Marc Mulders – Galerie Dom’Arte

Still, i know it is a hell of a job organising an annual art fair, but it would be about time to outgrow a bit the sedate image of this town.

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

However, the best place to be is outside and behind the building: it’s Dirty Daisies, a co-operation of 15 artists from The Hague and Amsterdam.

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

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Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies is curated by Steef Crombach and there is some good stuff on show.

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

The artists are: Candela Bado, Zeno Beikircher, Yair Callender, Daniel Dmyszewicz, Frederik & Jacob, Doris Hardeman, Josje Hattink, Bas Kaufmann, Koolen & Van de Lande, Tobias Lengkeek, Leslie Nagel, Jeannette Slütter, Marnix van Uum and Victor Yudaev.

Dirty Daisies

Dirty Daisies

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Content of all pictures courtesy to the artists and galleries

 

Bertus Pieters

55 Years Anniversary; Nouvelles Images gallery, The Hague

Joseph Semah

Joseph Semah

Auke de Vries

Auke de Vries

Auke de Vries

Auke de Vries

Nouvelles Images is celebrating its 55th birthday this year.

Marjan Teeuwen

Marjan Teeuwen

Ton Kraayeveld

Ton Kraayeveld

Ton Kraayeveld

Ton Kraayeveld

It is the oldest gallery in the country so it is a venue with a history, which is more or less reflected by the present festive group show.

Auke de Vries

Auke de Vries

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Hans van Hoek

Hans van Hoek

Works by some thirty artists are on show of which you can see a few aspects here.

Hans van Hoek

Hans van Hoek

Gijs Assmann

Gijs Assmann

Gijs Assmann

Gijs Assmann

No need to say that it is better to go and make your own choice.

Toon Teeken

Toon Teeken

Uwe Poth

Uwe Poth

Jan van der Pol

Jan van der Pol

Anyway: happy birthday Nouvelles Images and many happy returns!

Omar Koubâa

Omar Koubâa

Joost van den Toorn

Joost van den Toorn

Hamid El Kanbouhi

Hamid El Kanbouhi

David Lindberg

David Lindberg

Dave Meijer

Dave Meijer

Lucassen

Lucassen

Lucassen

Lucassen

Lucassen

Lucassen

JCJ Vanderheyden

JCJ Vanderheyden

Joris Geurts

Joris Geurts

JCJ Vanderheyden

JCJ Vanderheyden

Cor van Dijk

Cor van Dijk

Piet Tuytel

Piet Tuytel

Piet Tuytel

Piet Tuytel

Robert Nicol

Robert Nicol

Helen Frik

Helen Frik

Pieter Laurens Mol

Pieter Laurens Mol

Gabriëlle van de Laak

Gabriëlle van de Laak

Jerry Keizer

Jerry Keizer

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Bertus Pieters

Art The Hague 2015; Fokker Terminal, The Hague

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Art fairs are usually not the places for great artistic surprises. If you regularly visit galleries, an art fair acts as a sum of what you have seen before.

Erik Buijs

Erik Buijs

Still art fairs are different in atmosphere and quality and Art The Hague positively seems to have found some stability in both. Indeed there are galleries who show a mixture of artists whose works they have or will have on offer currently, which is generally what art fairs are good for.

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For instance Vonkel gallery of The Hague presents some interesting works by some of their very different young artists like Inge Aanstoot,

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Maarten van Soest and

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ATH15 07 Romy Muijrers

Romy Muijrers who graduated from the Royal Academy of The Hague only this year.

ATH15 08 Eelke van Willegen

Helder gallery shows amongst others these attractive objects made by Eelke van Willegen specially for the five year anniversary of the gallery this fall.

ATH15 09 Nies Vooijs
ATH15 10 Nies Vooijs

Heden will open a solo exhibition of works by rarely exhibiting Nies Vooijs this Friday and already shows some works here at the fair.

ATH15 11 Joost van den Toorn

Nouvelles Images presents this sculpture by Joost van den Toorn amongst many others.

ATH15 12 Geert Baas
ATH15 13 Geert Baas

Ramakers gallery has some nice works on show by Geert Baas and

ATH15 14 Joncquil
ATH15 15 Joncquil

by Joncquil.

ATH15 16 Thomas Rameckers
ATH15 17 Thomas Rameckers

Kers Gallery from Amsterdam presents amongst others these fine paintings by Thomas Rameckers.

ATH15 18 Summer Matthews

The Rotterdam Aboriginal Art Gallery shows some interesting works by Australian aboriginal artists Summer Matthews and

ATH15 19 James Budiyalil

by James Budiyalil.

ATH15 20 Stefan Gross

Some galleries just present virtually the same kind of things as last year.

ATH15 21 Stefan Gross

These are two of last year’s pictures of works by Stefan Gross at Bob Smit’s gallery from Rotterdam, but the same pictures could have been taken this year.

ATH15 22 Aart Houtman
ATH15 23 Aart Houtman

Some galleries organize a special event, like a solo presentation for an artist. For example Het Bouwhuis gallery from Deventer made a small solo show for painter Aart Houtman. The room is very small and has more or less turned into a kind of chapel with Houtman’s work.

ATH15 24 Simon Schrikker

Livingstone gallery of The Hague presents a new book about painter Simon Schrikker who currently has a show at the gallery, about which i reported here.

ATH15 25 Simon Schrikker, Kees Koomen

Here is Schrikker in conversation with my blogging colleague Kees Koomen.

ATH15 26 A Print Factory
ATH15 27 A Print Factory

A Gallery Named Sue, always good for something exceptional, has a very special event with A Print Factory, where you can choose your print and buy it for just less than 100 Euros.

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The best features of Art The Hague however are usually in the offices next to the hangar. On the second floor some galleries show some extra works of their artists,

ATH15 29 Simon Schrikker

like Livingstone gallery with Simon Schrikker,

ATH15 30 Alex de Witte

Helder with Alex de Witte amongst others,

ATH15 31 Stefan Gross

(and where did we see this before?), and

ATH15 32 Romy Muijrers

Vonkel with Romy Muijrers and

ATH15 33 Wim Warrink

Wim Warrink amongst others.

ATH15 34 Stig Steijner
ATH15 35 Stig Steijner

On the ground floor Kers gallery gives a very strong performance of some young artists with amongst many: Stig Steijner,

ATH15 36 Thijs Linssen
ATH15 37 Thijs Linssen

Thijs Linssen and

ATH15 38 Mathieu Klomp
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Mathieu Klomp who imitates with plastic the bombastic outlook of monumental sculpture with gestures of daily life.

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Bertus Pieters

Jerry Keizer, Joseph Semah and Auke de Vries at Nouvelles Images gallery, The Hague

Auke de Vries

Auke de Vries

 

Auke de Vries

Auke de Vries

It is not always easy to combine three very strong artistic personalities in a way that they don’t bite each other. But if the combination works, it may lead to a kind of visual frenzy, a kind of drunkenness of which the viewer can hardly get enough. Which may happen to you watching the current three exhibitions of works by Auke de Vries, Joseph Semah and Jerry Keizer at Nouvelles Images gallery.

Auke de Vries

Auke de Vries

 

Auke de Vries

Auke de Vries

Auke de Vries, the celebrated monumental sculptor, also makes small sculptures which also look quite monumental. Watching them closely however, may make you glad they have no monumental proportions and personally i even prefer them to his monumental public works. You actually see De Vries thinking in these works.

Auke de Vries

Auke de Vries

 

Auke de Vries

Auke de Vries

 

Auke de Vries

Auke de Vries

 

Auke de Vries

Auke de Vries

 

Auke de Vries

Auke de Vries

 

Auke de Vries

Auke de Vries

 

Joseph Semah

Joseph Semah

 

Joseph Semah

Joseph Semah

 

Joseph Semah

Joseph Semah

Joseph Semah (about whose work i wrote extensively in 2011) brings you back to the collateral damage of the great European crisis of the first half of the 20th century, which you can still detect in European thinking and visual culture, even if today’s European thinking and visual culture are not referring to it, or even seem to have forgotten it.

Joseph Semah

Joseph Semah

 

Joseph Semah

Joseph Semah

 

Joseph Semah

Joseph Semah

 

Joseph Semah

Joseph Semah

Joseph Semah

Joseph Semah

 

Joseph Semah

Joseph Semah

 

Joseph Semah

Joseph Semah

 

Joseph Semah

Joseph Semah

 

Joseph Semah

Joseph Semah

 

Joseph Semah

Joseph Semah

 

Joseph Semah

Joseph Semah

 

 Jerry Keizer

Jerry Keizer

 

 Jerry Keizer

Jerry Keizer

Jerry Keizer’s almost obsessive works, which may remind you in a way of Jan Schoonhoven’s work, seem to catch any movement, whether physically or spiritually, in a grid, on one hand more or less taming them in repetition, on the other hand showing the small differences of the seismographic painter’s hand.

 Jerry Keizer

Jerry Keizer

 

 Jerry Keizer

Jerry Keizer

 

 Jerry Keizer

Jerry Keizer

 

 Jerry Keizer

Jerry Keizer

 

 Jerry Keizer

Jerry Keizer

 

 Jerry Keizer

Jerry Keizer

 

 Jerry Keizer

Jerry Keizer

 

 Jerry Keizer

Jerry Keizer

 

 Jerry Keizer

Jerry Keizer

 

 Jerry Keizer

Jerry Keizer

 

 Jerry Keizer

Jerry Keizer

 

 Jerry Keizer

Jerry Keizer

 

Auke de Vries

Auke de Vries

 

Auke de Vries

Auke de Vries

All together there is a lot to be seen in this exhibition about the combination of thinking and creating, far more than a few photographs can reveal.

Auke de Vries

Auke de Vries

 

Auke de Vries

Auke de Vries

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Bertus Pieters

The Ebony Tower at Nouvelles Images Gallery, The Hague

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In summer many galleries take a break and are closed, but Nouvelles Images has a summer exhibition, this time curated by Hans van der Ham who chose some artists, not necessarily connected to the gallery. The show is aptly named The Ebony Tower. It is a fine show full of imagination.

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One of the artists is Aldwin van de Ven who made this wintery landscape. In the snowy mountains a (young?) couple is walking and

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there is also a cross, maybe a grave, but where from are you watching them?

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In this painting by British artist Robert Nicol you may wonder what these persons are looking for and in whose honour that funny statue is.

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Another painter with a sense of both humour and the surreal is German Marie Aly

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while Van de Ven portrays himself as a carpenter with the right eye.

NIs 09 Hans van der Ham
NIs 10 Hans van der Ham

Van der Ham shows works of his own as well, amongst which this figure full of wonder.

NIs 11 Robert Nicol

It is not clear which way these figures by Nicol will send you or from what world they themselves are coming.

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Anyway, following the direction of the pointing finger,

NIs 13 Marie Aly

you may meet Aly’s Hungarian woman,

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exquisite,

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maybe even too exquisite.

NIs 17 Rens Krikhaar

Rens Krikhaar is also part of the gang, always looking for the sublime and

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the monstrous, the extravagant and death, while

NIs 19 Oskar Nisson

in Swedish painter Oskar Nilsson’s work death is the only end to all humour.

NIs 20 Anton Cotteleer
NIs 21 Anton Cotteleer
NIs 22 Anton Cotteleer

Works by Belgian sculptor Anton Cotteleer are more or less omnipresent in The Hague at the moment,

NIs 23 Anton Cotteleer
NIs 24 Anton Cotteleer
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as they are also on show in A Gallery Named Sue (see here and here).

NIs 27 Christian Henkel

Something is being kept behind the mountain (hinterm Berg) in

NIs 28 Christian Henkel

this great improvisational sculpture by German artist Christian Henkel,

NIs 29 Christian Henkel

or maybe this is what is behind the mountain, but

NIs 30 Rens Krikhaar

as far as Krikhaar is concerned there is always a lot behind the mountain

NIs 31 Rens Krikhaar

and he is always prepared to show you, even

NIs 32 Rens Krikhaar

if you give up a few things, chasing a dream (it’s Krikhaar at his best again).

NIs 33 Hans van der Ham
NIs 34 Hans van der Ham

There seems to be another way of chasing dreams in this great sculpture by Van der Ham, while

NIs 35 Marie Aly
NIs 36 Marie Aly

another sharp eyed lady by Aly is watching.

NIs 37 Anton Cotteleer

From that point there is also a good view on Cotteleer’s sculpture, showing the improbable, if not the impossible.

NIs 38 Hans van der Ham

Passing along another great sculpture by Van der Ham

NIs 39 Robert Nicol

you may find yourself in a Great Exhibition. Well, weren’t you already?

NIs 40 Henk Visch
NIs 41 Henk Visch

Adding to this Great Exhibition are certainly this trio of guards by Henk Visch.

NIs 42 Henk Visch

It seems to be only a small jump from these one armed bandits to

NIs 43 Hans van der Ham
NIs 44 Hans van der Ham

the more or less surreal works by Van der Ham who also shows pictures.

NIs 45 Rens Krikhaar

Krikhaar offers a moment of contemplation on a poet’s mountain (Goethe or Heine would say it is Mount Brocken in the Harz Mountains)., and

NIs 46 Robert Nicol

if you love Wandern after that, Nicol will show you how to deal with a cucumber on a picknick.

NIs 47 Marie Aly

Aly brings an ode to the recently discovered Lesula monkey and

NIs 48 Marie Aly
NIs 49 Marie Aly

to Freddy probably Mercury.

NIs 50 Henk Visch

Visch shows some drawings.

NIs 51 Oskar Nisson
NIs 52 Oskar Nisson
NIs 53 Oskar Nisson

Again, in Nilsson’s paintings humour ends in raucous laughter,

NIs 54 Hans van der Ham

opposed by Van der Ham’s silent dog and man. Will they ever get closer to each other?

NIs 55 Anton Cotteleer

In the corridor some small sculptures are shown by Cotteleer

NIs 56 Hans van der Ham
NIs 57 Hans van der Ham

and Van der Ham, while

NIs 58 Robert Nicol

in the front gallery Nicol summarizes it all in a Duchampian painting and

NIs 59 Anton Cotteleer

Cotteleer brings a sacrifice. Van der Ham has made an exciting exhibition full of wonder, humour and a good dose of surrealism. There is a lot more on show, so hurry to see i!. Next Saturday is the last day of the exhibition.

NIs 60 Hans van der Ham
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Bertus Pieters