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Rhythm Section
Platforms Project 2020
Athens, Greece

 

Participating artists: Daniel Geiger, Michael Graeve, Henriëtte van ’t Hoog, David Kefford, Oleksiy Koval, Guido Nieuwendijk, Serena Semeraro, Xiao Tang, Veronika Wenger, Michael Wright

Curated by Sophie-Charlotte Bombeck

 

Now in its eighth consecutive year, Platforms Project is the international show that indicatively charts the art currently produced through collective initiatives by young artists on the international scene as they join forces to seek answers to contemporary artistic questions.

Platforms Project establishes a new approach to art viewing via Platforms Project Net, a web-based art fair.

 

The Platforms Project Net will enable the art-loving public to access the artists’ groups and their works via a digital exhibition. Viewers can try a new experience by visiting the Platforms Project website for 15 days, from 14 to 31 May 2020.
 


Wright & Van ’t Hoog, Zip 3. With music composed and conducted by Philip Mead, and performed by the St. Augustine’s Singers in St. Augustine’s Church, Cambridge, on March 17, 2018.
 

Les Pays-Bas, l’autre pays des beaux-arts, Meymac

Spandrel XIV, 190×222+290 cm. Photos: Marije Vermeulen.

 
Mijn uitvoerders Guido Nieuwendijk en Marije Vermeulen waren al vóór de lock down in Meymac om Spandrel XIV te realiseren. In het prachtige maar lege klooster van het Centre d’art contemporain in Meymac getuigt nu alleen deze muurschildering van een tentoonstelling die niet doorging:

 
Les Pays-Bas, l’autre pays des beaux-arts
Abbaye Saint-André
Centre d’art contemporain
Meymac
France

 
April 12 – June 28, 2020         
CANCELLED BECAUSE OF THE CORONA CRISIS

 
Participating artists: Marian Breedveld, Robbie Cornelissen, Ronald Cornelissen, Elspeth Diederix, Rineke Dijkstra, Marcel van Eeden, Bob Eikelboom, Voebe de Gruyter, Teun Hocks, Willem van den Hoed, Henriëtte van ’t Hoog, David Jablonowski, Folkert de Jong, Natasja Kensmil, Ellen Kooi, Krijn de Koning, Katinka Lampe, Mark Manders, Erik Mattijssen, Paulien Oltheten, Satijn Panygay, Renie Spoelstra, Lily van der Stokker, Berend Strik, Anne de Vries, Marijke van Warmerdam, Willem Weismann, Guido van der Werve, Marcel Wesdorp, Bas de Wit, Robert Zandvliet, Edwin Zwakman.
 

Boogie Woogie Rhythm Section, Amsterdam

Part of Heptagon II, 2018, 65x27x7 cm

Part of Heptagon II, 2018, 65x27x7 cm

 
Boogie Woogie Rhythm Section
A group exhibition by Rhythm Section
 
 
Reuten Galerie
Prinsengracht 510
1017 KH  Amsterdam
 
 
April 14 – May 20, 2018
Hours: Wed–Sat, 1–6 pm
Opening: Saturday, April 14, 4–6 pm
 
 
Participating artists:
Anneke Bosma, Karina Bugayova, Iemke van Dijk, Daniel Geiger, Lon Godin, Henriëtte van ’t Hoog, Oleksiy Koval, Guido Nieuwendijk, Xiao Tang, Marije Vermeulen, Veronika Wenger, Guido Winkler, Michael Wright.
 

IS-projects, Leiden

Wedge XIII, 2017, 44x42x13 cm

Wedge XIII, 2017, 44x42x13 cm

10 jaar IS-projects
Marktsteeg 10
2312 CS  Leiden
The Netherlands

 

January 28 – February 4, 2018
Hours: January 28, and February 3 and 4, 1–5 pm
Opening: Saturday, January 27, 5 pm

 

IS-projects is celebrating its tenth anniversary with a Bring Your Own Art with invited artists in Marktsteeg 10 on 27 January 2018.

 

Participating artists: Lyda Bekker, Marja van Bijlevelt, Pedro Boese, Richard Bottwin, Sanne Bruggink, Edgar Diehl, Iemke van Dijk, Jasper van der Graaf, José Heerkens, Henriëtte van ’t Hoog, Roland de Jong, Gracia Khouw, Zora Kreuzer, Gerda Kruimer, Josephine Lakerveld, Guido Nieuwendijk, Tineke Porck, Albert Roskam, Marena Seeling, Tonneke Sengers, Rubins J. Spaans, Frans Vendel, Marije Vermeulen, Coen Vernooij, Jan Maarten Voskuil, Werner Windisch, Guido Winkler and Yumiko Yoneda.

 

Publication Rhythm Section

Front cover

Front cover

Rhythm Section
Issued on the occasion of the exhibition Boogie Woogie Rhythm Section. 100 Years after De Stijl at Karin Wimmer Contemporary Art, Munich, in cooperation with Reuten Galerie, Amsterdam.

 
Artists: Anneke Bosma (NL), Karina Bugayova (DE/UA), Christoph Dahlhausen (DE), Iemke van Dijk (NL), Daniel Geiger (DE), Henriëtte van ’t Hoog (NL), Oleksiy Koval (DE/UA), Guido Nieuwendijk (NL), Xiao Tang (CN), Marije Vermeulen (NL), Veronika Wenger (DE), Guido Winkler (NL), Michael Wright (UK).

 
Texts: Ine Dammers, Dmytro Goncharenko, Wies van Moorsel, Antoinette Reuten, Karin Wimmer, and others.

 
Graphic design: Folkert van der Hoek, together with Studio van Es.

 
Supported by the Department of Arts and Culture of the City of Munich and by Kastner AG.
 

Boogie Woogie Rhythm Section, Munich (I)

Wedge XI, 2017, 54x45x26 cm

Wedge XI, 2017, 54x45x26 cm

Boogie Woogie Rhythm Section
100 Years after De Stijl

A group exhibition by Rhythm Section

Karin Wimmer Contemporary Art
Amalienstraße 14
80333 Munich
Germany

December 1, 2017 – January 25, 2018
Hours: Wed 2–6 pm, Thu 2–7 pm, Fri 2–6 pm, Sat by appointment
Opening reception: Thursday, November 30, 7 pm

Participating artists: Anneke Bosma (NL), Karina Bugayova (DE/UA), Christoph Dahlhausen (DE), Iemke van Dijk (NL), Daniel Geiger (DE), Henriëtte van ’t Hoog (NL), Oleksiy Koval (DE/UA), Guido Nieuwendijk (NL), Xiao Tang (CN), Marije Vermeulen (NL), Veronika Wenger (DE), Guido Winkler (NL), Michael Wright (UK)


De Stijl & Rhythm Section

Wedge IX, 2014-2015, 68x47x32 cm

Wedge IX, 2014–2015, 68x47x32 cm

The groundbreaking Dutch artistic movement known as De Stijl was founded in 1917. The most famous representatives of De Stijl were Piet Mondrian and Theo van Doesburg. In 2017 the Netherlands commemorated De Stijl’s centennial with dozens of exhibitions.

Rhythm Section wants to continue to celebrate the birth of De Stijl. The title of this exhibition at Karin Wimmer Contemporary Art in Munich refers to Mondrian’s famous paintings Broadway Boogie Woogie and Victory Boogie Woogie. In this exhibition we focus on the networking and exchange between contemporary artists who are concerned with the De Stijl movement.

This exhibition is supported by Kastner AG, Wolznach; Landeshauptstadt München; Tijl Fonds voor de beeldende kunst, Amsterdam; Dr Wies van Moorsel, Amsterdam; and Reuten Galerie, Amsterdam. The exhibition takes place in cooperation with Reuten Galerie, Amsterdam.

100 Years after De Stijl, Leiden (I)

De Stijl100 Years after De Stijl
Openlucht Museum De Lakenhal
Pieterskerkhof
Leiden
The Netherlands
 
June 2 – August 27, 2017
Hours: 24/7
Admission free
 
Participating artists: Linda Arts (NL), Justin Andrews (AU), Alain Biltereyst (BE), Bob Bonies (NL), Sanne Bruggink (NL), Sigrid Calon (NL), Matthew Deleget (US), Jasper van der Graaf (NL), Terry Haggerty (GB), Brent Hallard (AU), Henriëtte van ’t Hoog (NL), Gilbert Hsiao (US), Gracia Khouw (NL), Zora Kreuzer (DE), Guido Nieuwendijk (NZ), Rob de Oude (NL), Jan van der Ploeg (NL), Thomas Raat (NL), Marije Vermeulen (NL), Zedz (NL).
 
This exhibition features murals created at the invitation of Museum De Lakenhal by twenty leading artists of varying national origin. The wall paintings all build on the ideas of Theo van Doesburg, who launched his De Stijl magazine in Leiden exactly a century ago. The exhibition is the work of guest curators Iemke van Dijk and Guido Winkler.

One hundred years after the birth of the De Stijl movement, Museum De Lakenhal is taking stock of what has been achieved. The murals are being exhibited in the town’s Pieterskerkhof area, while a scale model of the Maison d’Artiste can be seen on Het Gerecht. The Maison d’Artiste was designed by Theo van Doesburg and Cornelis van Eesteren in Paris in 1923.

Boogie Woogie Rhythm Section, Amsterdam

Wedge VI, 2014, 43x30x18 cm

Wedge VI, 2014, 43×30×18 cm

Boogie Woogie Rhythm Section
Celebration of the Centennial of De Stijl

A group exhibition by Rhythm Section

 
Reuten Galerie
Prinsengracht 510
1017 KH  Amsterdam

 
January 14 – February 19, 2017
Hours: Wed–Sat 1–6 pm, and by appointment
Opening reception: Saturday, January 14, 4–6 pm

 

Wedge VIII, 2014, 54x35x20 cm

Wedge VIII, 2014, 54×35×20 cm

Participating artists: Anneke Bosma (NL), Karina Bugayova (DE/UA), Christoph Dahlhausen (DE), Iemke van Dijk (NL), Daniel Geiger (DE), Henriëtte van ’t Hoog (NL), Oleksiy Koval (DE/UA), Guido Nieuwendijk (NL), Xiao Tang (CN), Marije Vermeulen (NL), Veronika Wenger (DE), Guido Winkler (NL), Michael Wright (UK)
 

Flat Colour, Paris

Installation view: Ditty Ketting, Marije Vermeulen (3x), Guido Nieuwendijk (2x), Henriëtte van ’t Hoog (2x). Photos: Richard van der Aa.

Installation view: Ditty Ketting, Marije Vermeulen (3x), Guido Nieuwendijk (2x), Henriëtte van ’t Hoog (2x). Photos: Richard van der Aa.

Flat Colour
ParisCONCRET
5 rue des Immeubles Industriels
75011 Paris
France

April 13 – May 4, 2013
Hours: Wed–Sat, 2–6 pm, during exhibitions
Opening: Saturday, April 13, 5–8 pm

The artists will be present at the opening and you are warmly invited to attend.

 
Participating artists: Henriëtte van ’t Hoog, Ditty Ketting, Gracia Khouw, Guido Nieuwendijk, Marije Vermeulen, Guido Winkler.

 

Gracia Khouw (4x), Guido Winkler (3x), Henriëtte van ’t Hoog, Guido Nieuwendijk, Marije Vermeulen

Gracia Khouw (4x), Guido Winkler (3x), Henriëtte van ’t Hoog, Guido Nieuwendijk, Marije Vermeulen

The exhibition Flat Colour presents different approaches to colour in minimalist painting. Colour is essential in the work of the six Dutch artists Henriëtte van ’t Hoog, Ditty Ketting, Gracia Khouw, Guido Nieuwendijk, Marije Vermeulen and Guido Winkler, where it is used in the flattest possible way for maximum spatiality. This way colour manifests itself most purely, as light or vibration, independent from matter and form.

‘Flat’ also refers to the low lands, the uniform light over the polders, monotonous suburbs and cityscapes. It raises questions about the influence of the composition of the Dutch landscape on the images created. For these artists, flat views seem precisely to intensify the need for colour!