While works of both artists go very well together, the show is also a dialogue of differences.
Seeling’s work derives from vast polder landscapes, abstracted until only its light and space remain, even in the smallest works.
In Smit’s works space seems to be rediscovered in non-objective compositions.
It is a modest exhibition, but it has a lot of perspectives to offer.
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©Villa Next Door 2017
Content of all photographs courtesy to the artists and Galerie Helder, Den Haag