Nour-Eddine Jarram, Push The Button; Galerie Maurits van de Laar, The Hague

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I visited Maurtis van de Laar’s gallery to write a review about Nour-Eddine Jarram’s solo show Push The Button for Villa La Repubblica. Click here to read the review (in Dutch).

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As i have written extensively about the exhibition on VLR i leave you here with a few details of the works on show.

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Best of course is to visit the show as it is always better to see the real thing.

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© Villa Next Door 2017

Content of all pictures courtesy to Nour-Eddine Jarram and Galerie Maurits van de Laar

 

Bertus Pieters

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Track and Trace II; Galerie Maurits van de Laar, The Hague

Urs Pfannenmüller

Urs Pfannenmüller

Erik Pape

Erik Pape

Andrea Freckmann

Andrea Freckmann

Maurits van de Laar’s gallery has its 25th anniversary.

Marcel van Eeden

Marcel van Eeden

Martin Fenne

Martin Fenne

Heidi Linck

Heidi Linck

Robine Clignett

Robine Clignett

At the moment it shows its second edition of its jubilee exhibition and it is a real full house.

Elsbeth Ciesluk

Elsbeth Ciesluk

Ingrid van der Hoeven

Ingrid van der Hoeven

Ronald Versloot

Ronald Versloot

Robbie Cornelissen

Robbie Cornelissen

Herewith i give you a few examples of the more than 70 works of art by more than 30 artists presently on show in the gallery.

Stan Klamer

Stan Klamer

Elmar Trenkwalder

Elmar Trenkwalder

Nour Eddine Jarram

Nour Eddine Jarram

Jan Brokof

Jan Brokof

The finissage will be on Sunday.

Sebastiaan Schlicher

Sebastiaan Schlicher

Marjolein van der Meij

Marjolein van der Meij

Martin Assig

Martin Assig

Diederik Gerlach

Diederik Gerlach

Of course i wish Maurits and his artists many fruitful years to come!

Tobias Gerber

Tobias Gerber

Nare Eloyan

Nare Eloyan

Zeger Reyers

Zeger Reyers

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Content of all pictures courtesy to the artists and Galerie Maurits van de Laar

Bertus Pieters

Passage; Maurits van de Laar gallery, The Hague

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I visited Maurits van de Laar’s gallery to write a review for Villa La Repubblica about the present show, featuring works by Dieter Mammel, Hans de Wit and Nour-Eddine Jarram. Click here to read the full review and see some extra footage (in Dutch; review combined with shows in Pulchri and Nest).

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Hans de Wit’s works on paper show an interesting mixture of wonder and aw.

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Referring to the title of the show, one could think of the passage from the conscious to the unconscious or even from life to death, a process of drowning in a vast sea, or culture taken over by nature.

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Nour-Eddine Jarram shows quite a number of water colours, dealing with the so-called clash of cultures, forced migration and protection against suffering.

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He more or less translates existing photographs in a somewhat Rembrandtesque style mixed with Jarram’s almost calligraphic way of drawing human expressions.

Passage 14 Dieter Mammel

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Dieter Mammel shows two big ink drawings on canvas with boats full of migrating people in between the high waves, incorporating boats and waves in the structure of the canvas.

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He also made a video of a project with refugee-children, interviewing them while they were making drawings.

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Contents of the pictures courtesy the artists and Galerie Maurits van de Laar.

 

Bertus Pieters