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.
 

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.

 

Going Forward, The Hague (I)

Wedge IX, 2014-2015, 68x47x32 cm

Wedge IX, 2014–2015, 68x47x32 cm

Wedge IV, 2014-2015, 46x32x23 cm

Wedge IV, 2014–2015, 46x32x23 cm


Going Forward – 100 Years after De Stijl
A Gallery Named Sue
Noordeinde 18a
2514 GH  The Hague
The Netherlands

Wedge XI, 2017, 54x45x26 cm

Wedge XI, 2017, 52x35x24 cm

 
June 6 – August 27, 2017

Hours: Thu–Sat 11 am – 5 pm, Sun 12–5 pm

 
Participating artists: Justin Andrews (AU), Hernan Ardila Delgado (CO), Billy Gruner (AU), Henriëtte van ’t Hoog (NL), John Tallman (US), Jan Maarten Voskuil (NL), Guido Winkler (NL).

 
One hundred years after De Stijl, elements of its principles can be found in the work of each one of these artists. Taking it further and adding their own set of rules, they are going forward. They have found liberty in altering form, colour and material to a point of calm, balance and rhythm completely and deliberately in their own way.

In Stijl, Haarlem

Bars VIII, 2012

Bars VIII, 2012

In Stijl    
Provinciehuis Noord-Holland
Dreef 3
2012 HR  Haarlem
The Netherlands
 
 
May 24 – July 7, 2017
Hours: Mo–Fri, 9 am – 5 pm
Admission free
Opening: Wednesday, May 24, 5 pm, by Alex de Vries
 
 
Participating artists: Louise de Haan, Henriëtte van ’t Hoog, Tim Hudson, Jochem van der Spek, Jan Maarten Voskuil, Robert de Vries, Bob Wielaard.
 
 
De kunstenaars in de tentoonstelling In Stijl werken in meer of mindere mate abstract, zonder dat zij zich conformeren aan de uitgangspunten van De Stijl met haar primaire kleuren en strakke vormentaal.

In 2017 is het honderd jaar geleden dat De Stijl werd opgericht, de legendarische kunstenaars- en architectengroep rond Theo van Doesburg, Piet Mondriaan en Gerrit Rietveld. Hun theorieën over kleur en ruimte leidden tot een revolutionaire, volledig abstracte beeldtaal die een wereld van totale harmonie moest brengen. De Stijl werd in 1931 opgeheven, maar is tot op de dag van vandaag voor kunstenaars, vormgevers en architecten een inspiratiebron.

Edition Norm, Issue 1+2

Edition Norm, Issue 1+2

Published by Edition Norm – Verlag für essentielle Kunst

On view on Saturday, March 1, 2014, 7 pm,
and on March 2–5 by appointment at

Koffer – Ausstellungsraum mit Bar
Malplaquetstraße 35
13347 Berlin
Germany

 

Dawn, 2012, 20 x 27 x 4 cm. On view at Koffer, Berlin


Issue 1 (2012):
Multiples by Dieter Balzer, Michael Bause, René van den Bos, Antonio Catelani, Daniel Göttin, Henriëtte van ’t Hoog, Nicola Stäglich, Guido Winkler and Michaela Zimmer

Issue 2 (2013):
Multiples by Thomas Bechinger, Pedro Boese, Sven-Ole Frahm, Signe Guttormsen, Vera Hilger, Ilona Kalnoky, Rainer Splitt, Maik Teriete and Jan Maarten Voskuil
 

Koffer, Berlin

Koffer – Ausstellungsraum mit Bar, Berlin

Sound Flick, Apeldoorn

Sound Flick
Popzaal Gigant
Nieuwstraat 377
7311 BR  Apeldoorn

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Doors: 8:00 pm
Open: 8:30 pm
Admission: € 12, members € 10

 
TADA Projects is organizing Sound Flick in Popzaal Gigant, Apeldoorn. A night full of abstract films and live music.

 
Abstract films by:
Jeroen Glas, Lon Godin, Marcus Graf, Sandrijn van der Horst, Gracia Khouw, Sarah Klein & David Kwan, Mel Prest, Johan Rijpma, Jochem van der Spek, Marije Vermeulen, Jan Maarten Voskuil, Matthijs Wolthuis, Wright & Van ’t Hoog.

Live music by:
David Douglas (electronic landscapes), Monomyth (instrumental spacekrautstonerrock).

 
Wright & Van ’t Hoog participate with Orpheus.

 

 

Supermarket, Stockholm

Core IV, 2012, 19x20x13 cm

Core IV, 2012, 19x20x13 cm

Supermarket Independent Art Fair
Kulturhuset
Sergels torg
Stockholm
Sweden

February 15–17, 2013

 
Henriëtte van ’t Hoog’s Core IV is on view in the booth of IS-projects, Leiden, together with works of Iemke van Dijk, Ditty Ketting, Peter Luining, Guido Nieuwendijk, Paulius Nosokas, Marije Vermeulen, Jan Maarten Voskuil, and Guido Winkler.

 
The goal of Supermarket, the international artist-run art fair, is to provide a showcase for artists’ initiatives from all over the world and to create opportunities for new networks in the Swedish as well as the international art scene. The exhibitors are generally not-for-profit exhibition spaces.
 

The booth of IS-projects at Supermarket, Stockholm. Photo: Guido Winkler.

The booth of IS-projects, Leiden at Supermarket, Stockholm. Photo: Guido Winkler.

FutureShock OneTwo, Berlin (I)

Contour VI, 2011, 23x23x12 cm

Contour VI, 2011, 23x23x12 cm

FutureShock OneTwo
Internationale Neue Konkrete +
galerie dr. julius | ap
Leberstraße 60
10829 Berlin
Germany

January 27 – March 17, 2012
Hours: Thu–Sat 3–7 pm and by appointment
Opening reception: Thursday, January 26, 2012, 7 pm

 
Participating artists: John Aslanidis (AU), Wolfgang Berndt (DE), Hartmut Böhm (DE), Monika Brandmeier (DE), Matthew Deleget (US), Edgar Diehl (DE), Stephan Ehrenhofer (AT), Daniel Göttin (CH), Michael Graeve (AU), Marco Grassi (IT), Anette Haas (DE), José Heerkens (NL), Henriëtte van ’t Hoog (NL), Gilbert Hsiao (US), Pierre Juillerat (CH), Károly Keserü (HU), Siegfried Kreitner (DE), Sabine Laidig (DE), Josef Linschinger (AT), Ray Malone (GB), Riki Mijling (NL), David Rhodes (GB), Giles Ryder (AU), Tim Stapel (DE), Maik Teriete (DE), Wolfram Ullrich (DE), Carles Valverde (ES), Don Voisine (US), Jan Maarten Voskuil (NL), Burchard Vossmann (DE), Guido Winkler (NL)

Curated by Matthias Seidel

 
Henriëtte van ’t Hoog participates with Contour VI (2011).
 
For the first exhibition in 2012 dr. julius | ap will present FutureShock OneTwo, a group show featuring a selection of international artists from three continents. Participants each display a work of theirs that they feel looks ahead towards the future.

The title reflects the current uncertainty in all areas of life: it seems to be increasingly clear that things will not evolve as predictably and smoothly as they have in the past. However, this is also a great opportunity for innovation. The exhibition wants to ask what role the International New Concrete and neighboring fields of art might play in this new era.

An important goal of this exhibition is to have the artists join a general discussion on the future of non-objective art, such as its potential to influence one’s perspective on life, especially in comparison with narrative forms of art. Moreover, it is to explore the relation of art and value: in times of a fundamental crisis in the monetary system, can money really be the adequate equivalent in which to trade art? Is the work of the artist actually not more than money can ever be? Could art be an alternative system of values, mentally and materially?