How heavy is time? Livingstone Gallery, The Hague

Mark Brusse

Mark Brusse

With the exhibition How heavy is time? Livingstone Gallery is celebrating its 25th anniversary.

Klaas Gubbels

Klaas Gubbels

It shows about 50 works by more than 30 artists, both Dutch and from other countries, old and young, world famous and worth to be better known.

Klaas Gubbels

Klaas Gubbels

I visited the gallery yesterday and I can only urge you to go and see it too.

 Jan Schoonhoven

Jan Schoonhoven

I leave you with a few impressions.

Adriaan Rees (left), Simon Schrikker (right)

Adriaan Rees (left), Simon Schrikker (right)

 

John van 't Slot

John van ‘t Slot

 

Wim Biewenga

Wim Biewenga

 

Wim Biewenga

Wim Biewenga

 

Jannis Kounellis

Jannis Kounellis

 

Ryan Mendoza

Ryan Mendoza

 

Jan Wattjes

Jan Wattjes

 

Birgit Verwer

Birgit Verwer

 

Birgit Verwer

Birgit Verwer

 

Kevin Berlin

Kevin Berlin

 

 José Maria Sicilia

José Maria Sicilia

 

Daniele Galliano

Daniele Galliano

 

Melle de Boer

Melle de Boer

 

Mark Brusse

Mark Brusse

 

Mark Brusse

Mark Brusse

 

Anniversary tulips and work by Manfred Schneider

Anniversary tulips and work by Manfred Schneider

 

Klaas Gubbels

Klaas Gubbels

 

Raquel Maulwurf

Raquel Maulwurf

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Bertus Pieters

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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.

Haagse portretten 04

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.

Haagse portretten 03

proud amateur

Haagse portretten 05

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