Lucius Pax, Anne-Marie Vismans-Rijssenbeek, Petra Knötschke; Kunsthaus Knötschke, The Hague

Anne-Marie Vismans-Rijssenbeek

There are developing more small scale art spaces in The Hague these days, varying from shop windows and tiny galleries to living room pop-up exhibitions like this one in Petra Knötschke’s house.

Anne-Marie Vismans-Rijssenbeek, Lucius Pax

Anne-Marie Vismans-Rijssenbeek

Anne-Marie Vismans-Rijssenbeek, Lucius Pax

Three artists are exhibiting in the two storeys of the house: Petra Knötschke herself, who shows objects, Anne-Marie Vismans-Rijssenbeek with ceramic vases and Lucius Pax, paintings.

Petra Knötschke

Petra Knötschke

Lucius Pax

Anne-Marie Vismans-Rijssenbeek

Knötschke’s objects, made of wood, metal and other materials, look like un-mechanical mechanisms, improvisations that live by themselves.

Lucius Pax

Lucius Pax

Lucius Pax

Vismans’ vases may appear like ‘real’ vases but they may also develop into almost corporeal objects, both opened and closed.

Lucius Pax

Lucius Pax, Petra Knötschke

Petra Knötschke, Anne-Marie Vismans-Rijssenbeek

Anne-Marie Vismans-Rijssenbeek

Lucius Pax, always painting life as a thriller movie, shows some works based on German ‘Krimis’ (criminal tv-series) and German erotic movies.

Anne-Marie Vismans-Rijssenbeek, Lucius Pax

Anne-Marie Vismans-Rijssenbeek

Lucius Pax

Petra Knötschke

The whole show is well-arranged and is only open this weekend (23-24 June).

Lucius Pax

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© Villa Next Door 2018

Content of all photographs courtesy to the artists.

Bertus Pieters

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