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.

 

OPPLER, New York

Wedge (multiple) I, 2015, 32x25x13 cm

Wedge (multiple) I, 2015, 32×25×13 cm, paint on wood

OPPLER

Transmitter
1329 Willoughby Avenue 2A
Brooklyn, NY 11237
New York
USA

 
March 31 – May 7, 2017
Hours: Sat–Sun 1–6 pm and by appointment: info [a] transmitter.nyc

Opening reception: Friday, March 31, 6–9 pm
Closing reception: Sunday, May 7, 3–6 pm

 
Participating artists: Steven Baris, Richard Bottwin, Edgar Diehl, Kevin Finklea, Brent Hallard, José Heerkens, Gilbert Hsiao, Gracia Khouw, Sarah Klein, Stephen Maine, Gay Outlaw, Debra Ramsay, Albert Roskam, Karen Schifano, Iemke van Dijk, Henriëtte van ’t Hoog, Ruth van Veenen, Don Voisine, Nancy White, Guido Winkler, Patricia Zarate.

 
OPPLER features artworks that visually move and shift beneath one’s gaze, triggering relational reactions, synesthetic responses, and wobbly eyes. The artists included have created works that straddle unmapped and unmappable spaces, where objects move and shift, triggering simultaneous contradictory sensory readings.

OPPLER includes works that tangentially relate to Op Art, Minimalism, Kinetic Art, Concrete Art and Color Field Painting, though none of these historic movements is fully representative of the work shown. The subject of the work is the work itself; what you see is what it is.

OPPLER includes site-specific installation, two-dimensional painting and low relief three-dimensional wall sculpture. While the three-dimensional works may appear flat, many of the two-dimensional works leap off the wall and into the eyes.

Hydrography III, Bad Nieuweschans

Gold, silver, copper, 2016, 60x45 cm

Gold, silver, copper, 2016, 60×45 cm

Hydrography III
International group exhibition with conceptual and abstract watercolours

 
LaKaserna
Molenstraat 5
9693 EJ  Bad Nieuweschans
The Netherlands

 
May 19 – June 26, 2016
Hours: Thu–Sun 12–5 pm

 
Opening reception: Saturday, May 21, 4 pm

 
Hydrography III is an initiative of Iemke van Dijk and Henriëtte van ’t Hoog.

 
Participating artists: René van den Bos (NL), Karina Bugayova (DE/UA), Christoph Dahlhausen (DE), Ine Dammers (NL), Iemke van Dijk (NL), Hildegard Elma (DE), Daniel Geiger (DE), Lon Godin (NL), Ilona Hakvoort (NL), Brent Hallard (US), José Heerkens (NL), Henriëtte van ’t Hoog (NL), Oleksiy Koval (DE/UA), Irene van de Mheen (NL), Eric de Nie (NL), Stefan Schessl (DE), Jessica Snow (US), Aimée Terburg (NL), Veronika Wenger (DE), Werner Windisch (DE)

 

Orange, green, purple, gold, silver, copper, 2016, 60x45 cm

Orange, green, purple, gold, silver, copper, 2016, 60×45 cm

‘Het medium waterverf wordt door de deelnemende kunstenaars op onconventionele wijze toegepast. Essentiële eigenschappen van het materiaal, zoals de grote kleur- en lichtkracht en de transparantie, zijn autonoom aanwezig in het werk. Qua uitgangspunt en werkwijze zijn er onderling veel verschillen. De kunstenaars hanteren echter allen een abstracte vormentaal.’

 
Hydrography III is een vervolg op Formeel 2015 in Museum Waterland in Purmerend en Hydrography II in 2013 in de Vishal in Haarlem. In steeds wisselende formaties laat een mix van internationaal bekende en minder bekende kunstenaars hun werk zien. Dit jaar is LaKaserna het podium van dit topevenement op het gebied van abstracte aquarelkunst.’

 

Doppler Shift, New Jersey

Doppler Shift, New JerseyDoppler Shift
Visual Arts Center of New Jersey
68 Elm Street
Summit, New Jersey, NJ 07901
USA

 
September 28, 2014 – January 18, 2015

 

Core IV, 2012, 19x20x13 cm

Core IV, 2012, 19x20x13 cm


Opening reception:
Sunday, September 28, 1–4 pm
Hours: Mon–Wed & Fri 10 am – 5 pm; Thu 10 am – 8 pm; Sat–Sun: 11 am – 4 pm

 
Participating artists: Steven Baris, Richard Bottwin, Edgar Diehl, Iemke van Dijk, Gabriele Evertz, Kevin Finklea, Enrico Gomez, Brent Hallard, José Heerkens, Henriëtte van ’t Hoog, Gilbert Hsiao, Gracia Khouw, Sarah Klein, Stephen Maine, Joanne Mattera, Rob de Oude, Gay Outlaw, Mel Prest, Debra Ramsay, Albert Roskam, Karen Schifano, Ruth van Veenen, Don Voisine, Nancy White, Guido Winkler, Patricia Zarate

 
Henriëtte van ’t Hoog participates with Core IV and Triangle I.
 

Concreet nu, Zoetermeer

Concreet Nu, ZoetermeerConcreet nu,
de kunst van geometrische vormentaal
Spazio Offices
Buitenom 243–268
2711 KB  Zoetermeer (Centrum)
The Netherlands

 
April 12 – May 11, 2014

 
Hours: Sat–Sun 1–5 pm; also open on April 21 (Easter Monday)
Admission free
Opening reception: Saturday, April 12, 4 pm; opening by Diana Wind, Director of Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, and Hans Haring, Alderman of Zoetermeer

 

Wedge II, 2013, 69x38x28 cm

Wedge II, 2013, 69x38x28 cm

Participating artists: Joost Baljeu, Henk van Bennekum, Bob Bonies, Rom Gaastra, Nan Groot Antink, José Heerkens, Henriëtte van ’t Hoog / Wright & Van ’t Hoog, Roland de Jong Orlando, Huibertje Kant, Ditty Ketting, Anneke Klein Kranenbarg, Els van ’t Klooster, Anna Barbara Kolbe, André van Lier, Marus van der Made, Riki Mijling, Lon Pennock, Tineke Porck, Erik van Spronsen, Clary Stolte, Heleen Waterbolk, Guido Winkler

Curator: Hannie van der Made

Doppler, New York (I)

Interior Glow, 2013, 19x23x7 cm

Interior Glow, 2013, 19x23x7 cm

Doppler
Parallel Art Space
17–17 Troutman Street # 220
Ridgewood, NY 11385
Bushwick, New York

July 13 – August 18, 2013
Hours: Sat–Sun 1–6 pm, and by appointment
Opening: Saturday, July 13, 6–9 pm

 
Catalogue
Preview of the catalogue, designed by Nancy White

 
Participating artists: Steven Baris (US), Richard Bottwin (US), Edgar Diehl (DE), Iemke van Dijk (NL), Kevin Finklea (US), Brent Hallard (US), José Heerkens (NL), Henriëtte van ’t Hoog (NL), Gilbert Hsiao (US), Gracia Khouw (NL), Sarah Klein (US), Stephen Maine (US), Gay Outlaw (US), Mel Prest (US), Debra Ramsay (US), Albert Roskam (NL/FR), Karen Schifano (US), Ruth van Veenen (NL), Don Voisine (US), Nancy White (US), Guido Winkler (NL), Patricia Zarate (US).

 
Doppler is an international traveling exhibition organized by Mel Prest. The exhibition features works by twenty two artists living in the US and Europe. The exhibition title refers to the Doppler Effect as well as synesthesia. The intent of the exhibition is to visually question or crush the illusion of difference between 2D and 3D. The artists chosen have created work that optically straddles this un-locatable perceptual space where static objects move and shift or trigger simultaneous sense-readings.
 

Hydrography II, Haarlem (I)

Hydrography II
De Vishal
Grote Markt 20
2011 RD Haarlem
The Netherlands

April 27 – June 9, 2013
Opening reception: April 28, 2013, 4:00 pm, by Sipke Huismans
Hours: Tue–Sat 11 am – 5 pm, Sun 1–5 pm

 
Participating artists: Beate Terfloth (DE), Brent Hallard (US), Caroline de Lannoy (GB), Clary Stolte (NL), Eric de Nie (NL), Henriëtte van ’t Hoog (NL), Iemke van Dijk (NL), Ine Dammers (NL), José Heerkens (NL), Lon Godin (NL), Marie Thurman (FR), Mark de Weijer (NL), Oleksiy Koval (DE), René van den Bos (NL), Riki Mijling (NL), Sipke Huismans (NL), Werner Windisch (DE).

Guest curators: Henriëtte van ’t Hoog, Iemke van Dijk, Ine Dammers.

 
De tentoonstelling Hydrography II brengt zeventien kunstenaars bijeen die in hun werk gebruikmaken van waterverf. Zij passen het materiaal op onconventionele wijze toe. De essentiële eigenschappen van waterverf, zoals de grote kleur- en lichtkracht en de transparantie, zijn autonoom aanwezig in de werken, die qua uitgangspunt en werkwijze onderling heel verschillend zijn. De kunstenaars hanteren allen een abstracte vormentaal.
 

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?