ZomerSalon, Amsterdam

Wedge VIII, 2014, 54x35x20 cm

Wedge VIII, 2014, 54x35x20 cm

ZomerSalon
REUTENGALERIE
Prinsengracht 510
1017 KH  Amsterdam

 
July 10 – August 24, 2019
Hours: Wed–Sat 1–6 pm, and by appointment

 
Participating artists: Ine Dammers, Bram Faber, Lon Godin, Henriëtte van ’t Hoog, Bas Ketelaars, Jan Willem Maris, Eric Martijn, Olphaert den Otter, Andrea Radai, Paksha van Slooten, Ronald Versloot, Daan van Wel

Publication Inner Glow

Front cover

Front cover

Inner Glow
Henriëtte van ’t Hoog, recent works, 2006–2019

 
Published in 2019 with the financial support of the Tijl Fonds
80 pages, 59 ills.

 
Text: Alex de Vries
English translation: Kathryn M. Rudy

 
Graphic design: Phlox, Amsterdam
Print: Raddraaier, Amsterdam
Binding: Patist, Den Dolder
Photography: Henni van Beek, Anneke Bosma,
Lon Godin, Klaas van der Hoek

 
Available at REUTENGALERIE, Prinsengracht 510, Amsterdam, and in the Museumshop of the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Price: € 15.00.
 

Hydrography VII, Vorden

Turquoise, orange, purple, silver, gold, 2018, 70 x 50 cm

Turquoise, orange, purple, silver, gold, 2018, 70×50 cm

Hydrography VII
Galerie Agnes Raben
Nieuwstad 20
7251 AH  Vorden
The Netherlands

 
 
April 7 – May 12, 2019
Opening: Sunday, April 7, 3 pm,
by Henriëtte van ’t Hoog
If you intend to come, please, send an email to the gallery.
Hours: Fri–Mon 11 am – 5 pm, and by appointment

 
 
Participating artists: Ine Dammers, Iemke van Dijk, Lon Godin, Henriëtte van ’t Hoog, Irene van de Mheen, Marena Seeling, Werner Windisch

 
 
Sinds 2013 maakt een groep kunstenaars in wisselende samenstellingen exposities met de naam Hydrography. Zij laten daarin abstract werk zien dat uitgevoerd is in waterverf. Vaak is het werk van aquarellisten figuratief en tamelijk conventioneel. De kunstenaars van Hydrography maken echter abstract werk. Zij voelen zich uitgedaagd door het ’traditionele’ imago van waterverf en de mogelijkheden die dit materiaal ook biedt voor een abstract-experimentele hantering. Daarbij zoeken zij naar nieuwe wegen om het publiek te verrassen met een ongewone visie op de mooiste verf die er volgens hen is. Aquarelverf is pure kleur waaraan de gebruiker water toevoegt. Maar omdat elk pigment een eigen soortelijk gewicht heeft, gedraagt elke kleur zich net even anders. Uiteindelijk is de verf dan ook de baas.
 

De Stijl and the Future, Foshan

De Stijl and the Future. Between China and Europe
Boxes Art Museum
Shun Fengshan Park
Shunde District
Foshan
China

 
March 22 – May 5, 2019
Opening: Friday, March 22, 10:30 am
Hours: Tue–Fri 10 am – 6 pm, Sat–Sun 10 am – 8 pm

 
Participating artists: Liang Chen (CN), Iemke van Dijk (NL), Henriëtte van ’t Hoog (NL), Gonghong Huang (CN), Oleksiy Koval (DE/UA), Peng Li (CN), Ke Liu (CN), Shuqing Ma (CN), Xiao Tang (CN), Xiaoming Wang (CN), Veronika Wenger (DE), Michael Wright (UK)

Curator: Sophie-Charlotte Bombeck (DE)
Producer: Zhou Li (CH)
Supported by HiPP and Lufthansa Cargo
 

De Stijl and the Future, Wuhan (I)

De Stijl and the Future. Between China and Europe
United Art Museum Wuhan
16 West Yezhihu Road
Hongshan District
Wuhan, Hubei
China

 
January 11 – April 11, 2019
Opening: Friday, January 11, 4:30 pm
Hours:Tue–Sun 9:30 am – 5:30 pm

 
Participating artists: Liang Chen (CN), Iemke van Dijk (NL), Henriëtte van ’t Hoog (NL), Gonghong Huang (CN), Oleksiy Koval (DE/UA), Peng Li (CN), Ke Liu (CN), Shuqing Ma (CN), Xiao Tang (CN), Xiaoming Wang (CN), Veronika Wenger (DE), Michael Wright (UK)

Curators: Karin Wimmer (DE), Sophie-Charlotte Bombeck (DE)
Executive curator: Sun Jiangshu (CN), producer: Huang Liping (CH)
Supported by HiPP and Lufthansa Cargo
 

Concepts in Abstract Art, Amsterdam

Works by Bas Ketelaars, Oleksiy Koval
and Henriëtte van ’t Hoog

Concepts in Abstract Art
Reuten Galerie
Prinsengracht 510
1017 KH  Amsterdam

 
December 12, 2018 – January 5, 2019
Hours: Wed–Sat, 1–6 pm, and by appointment

 
Participating artists: Richard van der Aa, Christoph Dahlhausen, Theresa Ferket, Lon Godin, Henriëtte van ’t Hoog, Maarten Janssen, Bas Ketelaars, Oleksiy Koval, Eric Martijn, Jan Mulder, Marena Seeling, Wright & Van ’t Hoog
 

Icons \ Shift, Kiev

Xtra (Yellow), 2012, 55x26x18 cm

Xtra (Yellow), 2012, 55x26x18 cm

Icons \ Shift
An exhibiition of KNO | lab.space
Mikhail Bulgakov Museum
Andreevskiy Descent, 13
Kiev
Ukraine

 
Iemke van Dijk
Henriëtte van ’t Hoog
Jan Maarten Voskuil
Guido Winkler

Curated by
Iemke van Dijk and Guido Winkler

 
Hours: November 23 – December 20, 2018, 10 am – 6 pm, closed on Wednesday
Opening: Thursday, November 22, 7–9 pm

 
The exhibition Icons \ Shift brings together works from four Dutch artists who are closely related to each other and the Leiden based art initiative IS-projects. All four artists make paintings, yet are interested in leading painting away from the two-dimensional. The viewer’s standpoint matters. There is a shift from painting to object, although they are still painters.

Iemke van Dijk (1969) is co-founder of IS-projects. With printmaking as her background, her interest turned to making reliefs. Since 2010 she makes wall drawings and floor pieces that are basically trompe-l’oeil reliefs. Iemke van Dijk is interested in serendipity, yet deliberately sets rules for it to work. The work on show is part of a new series entitled Circles and Squares. The observer who understands that ovals represent circles will experience space and movement.

The geometric abstract work of Henriëtte van ’t Hoog (1943) often makes you lose your balance. She plays with the perspective of cube-like forms, with their three-dimensionality, their colour, and light. When you walk along these objects, their forms change, their perspective collapses. The reflecting paint on the back of the object radiates its colour on the wall. The reflection emphasizes its spatiality and gives the thing a poetic connotation. Consequently, the work of Henriëtte van ’t Hoog is at the same time concrete and not concrete.

Building on the philosophies of Theo van Doesburg, who promoted pure non-objective abstraction, Jan Maarten Voskuil (1964) creates multi-dimensional works that bridge the boundaries between painting, sculpture and architecture. He expands the possibilities of painting by stretching linen on spatial constructed wooden frames. Rigorous mathematical principles govern his experiments, as does an ongoing conversation with the conventions of Minimalism and Hard-Edge Painting.

In a concise and precise style, Guido Winkler (1969) makes paintings, photographs, multiples and spatial installations that evoke associations with architecture. They invite the viewer to experience space and time, and make him aware of the phenomenon of perception. Winkler’s wooden paintings are flat and have tapered sides. Like the work of the other selected artists, his work balances between painting and object. Guido Winkler is co-founder of IS-projects.