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Recent and upcoming events and projects

 
 Charline von Heyl - Snake Eyes / © museum Dhondt-Dhaenens / photo: Rik Vannevel

Charline von Heyl - Snake Eyes / © museum Dhondt-Dhaenens / photo: Rik Vannevel

exhibition: Charline von heyl - snake eyes

Now on view at Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens in Deurle, Belgium is Charline von Heyl’s solo exhibition Snake Eyes. Since the 1980s von Heyl is known for her innovative, radical approach to abstract painting. Rather than abstracting the reality that surrounds us, the core of her practice stems from the images that arise during improvisation on the canvas. Her work is mainly driven by intuition - a colour, a movement, or a state of mind gives rise to powerful compositions that allow an endless number of interpretations. Contemplation and imagination are the key to her work: “A lot of people in the art world are actually unlearning to see. What I would like my paintings to do is to break that barrier, to impose themselves and insist on being seen despite that fear” (Charline von Heyl)

 Wout Neutkens sees his first art work in bronze (May 2018).

Wout Neutkens sees his first art work in bronze (May 2018).

Wout Neutkens first bronze

After months of waiting Wout finally got to see the first bronze cast of his art work Scorpio (2017). The originals are made from card board and felt. 

 Genetically engineered cat with a fluorescent jellyfish protein, which produces the green color. ©Mayo Clinic

Genetically engineered cat with a fluorescent jellyfish protein, which produces the green color. ©Mayo Clinic

review - artnet’s five to see @artbasel

"At HeK (Haus der elektronischen Künste), Hershman Leeson’s new show is conceived as a scientific laboratory that looks at the increasing influence of genetic engineering of human life. Expect to find a ...." 

 Lynn Hershman Leeson. © Ethan Kaplan

Lynn Hershman Leeson. © Ethan Kaplan

Article - Het Parool

Edo Dijksterhuis in Het Parool reported on the work of Lynn Hershman Leeson on the occasion of her first solo Dutch exhibition 'Lynn Hershman Leeson - Transgressing One(Self)'.



 L to R: Lynn Hershman Leeson, Gloria Orenstein, Renée Stout, and Lee Bontecou. ©WCA

L to R: Lynn Hershman Leeson, Gloria Orenstein, Renée Stout, and Lee Bontecou. ©WCA

AWARD - THE WOMAN'S CAUCUS FOR ART

Lynn Hershman Leeson recieved the 2018 WCA Lifetime Achievement Award (LTA) by the Woman's Caucus for Art.

KIRAC - Episode 12

This latest film involved a conversation with Dutch collector,
Bert Kreuk


 KIRAC, Annelies van Eenennaam and Bert Kreuk ©Seung A Lee

KIRAC, Annelies van Eenennaam and Bert Kreuk ©Seung A Lee

News - Artforum

ARTFORUM reports on debate between KIRAC and Amsterdam's Gerrit Rietveld Academy.

 
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News - Artnet

KIRAC is featured in Artnet .

 Kate Sinha, Still from KIRAC episode 9

Kate Sinha, Still from KIRAC episode 9

Article - Vice

Vice  features KIRAC on recent issues.

 

 Kate Sinha and Stefan Ruitenbeek. © Erik Smits

Kate Sinha and Stefan Ruitenbeek. © Erik Smits

Press - De Volkskrant

Stefan Ruitenbeek & Kate Sinha (Keeping it Real Art Critics) are featured in de Volkskrant.

 Lynn Hershman Leeson, 'Roberta's Construction Chart #2', 1975, acquisition through Paul Van Esch & Partners.

Lynn Hershman Leeson, 'Roberta's Construction Chart #2', 1975, acquisition through Paul Van Esch & Partners.

News - Artsy

Lynn Hershman Leeson included in one of "10 female artist you should know" in Artsy article.