Analog Borders; Grafische Werkplaats Den Haag (The Hague Graphic Studio)

Analog Border 01 Lisa Blaauwbroek

Analog Borders Festival is a small but fine festival for artists and designers initiated by Grafische Werkplaats Den Haag (The Hague Graphic Studio).

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Part of it is an exhibition, open to the public, with works by different artists made in the Studio, exploring the borders of traditional graphic techniques.

Analog Border 03 Zeger Reyers

Analog Border 04 Zeger Reyers

For Zeger Reyers this was a good opportunity to see how flatfish would look when used as printing material.

Analog Border 05 Kok Pistolet

Designer duo Kok Pistolet try to show the individual expression of preparing an etching plate.

Analog Border 06 Navid Nuur

Navid Nuur used lithographic stone to make a piece of ceramics and

Analog Border 08 Navid Nuur

citric acid for screen printing these pterodactyls.

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Very different works by artists like Stijn Peeters and

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Charlotte van Winden are presented brotherly together.

Analog Border 11 Stijn Peeters

Analog Border 12 Stijn Peeters

Peeters being the great etching professional he is, mixing Delacroix with themes of the present and

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Van Winden diving into the world of subcultures with almost mercurial energy.

Analog Border 16 Lisa Blaauwbroek

Analog Border 17 Lisa Blaauwbroek

Lisa Blaauwbroek has experimented with skin cream connecting reproduction with finiteness.

Analog Border 18 Peter Zuur

Analog Border 19 Peter Zuur

To Peter Zuur gum printing is the base of his works on show.

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The small exhibition shows very diverse works but with a constant high quality, in a studio setting.

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Contents of all pictures courtesy the artists and Grafische Werkplaats Den Haag

 

Bertus Pieters

Haagse Portretten (Hague Portraits), Grafische werkplaats Den Haag (The Hague Graphic Studio)

Haagse portretten 01
Haagse portretten (Hague portraits) is a sympathetic exhibition and workshop at Grafische werkplaats Den Haag (The Hague Graphic Studio). It aims at getting the public acquainted with graphic techniques, especially linocut.

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proud amateur

The Graphic Studio invites amateurs to make their own self portraits in linocut and pose with the result for a digital picture. Both results are shown in and on a photo booth.

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proud amateur

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photo booth with linocuts by amateurs

Philip Akkerman

Philip Akkerman

It is combined with an exhibition of selfportraits by artists who are connected to The Hague.

Kees Koomen

Kees Koomen

Melle de Boer

Melle de Boer

Melle de Boer

Melle de Boer

Jerney de Wilde

Jerney de Wilde

Ondine de Kroon

Ondine de Kroon

Ilse Versluijs

Ilse Versluijs

It shows how the Grafische Werkplaats supports both artists and amateurs and it is great fun.

Ilse Versluijs

Ilse Versluijs

Ewoud van Rijn

Ewoud van Rijn

The workshop and the combined exhibition will travel in The Hague in 2015 and the coming year.

Toyin Loye

Toyin Loye

Jos de L'Orme

Jos de L’Orme

Maybe it would be a suggestion for the workshop also to visit an asylum seekers centre in The Hague?

Babette Wagenvoort

Babette Wagenvoort

Babette Wagenvoort

Babette Wagenvoort

It may give some relief and fun as it does to the Hague amateurs and artists.

happy amateurs

happy amateurs

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Bertus Pieters