Archive: Mar 2015

  1. Jasper de Beijer at The Armory Show NY (Group show)

     

    Next week Galerie Ron Mandos will present the following artists during The Armory Show in New York: 

    Anthony Goicolea Lives and works in New York, USA

    Anthony Goicolea studied Sculpture and Photography at the Pratt Institute of Art. He works in different disciplines including photography, drawing, painting and video. His work has been exhibited internationally and is held in public collections such as the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Guggenheim Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art NY.

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    Ryan McGinness Lives and works in New York, USA

    McGinness’s work consists of an amalgam of icons and symbols. His work resolves the clinical graphic aesthetics of media as vast, contemplative fields of intimate meditation. It incorporates strong social commentary on iconography, language, and historical and contemporary symbolism. His graphic drawings and personal iconography are replicated, re-contextualized, and materialized infinitely throughout his densely layered paintings. Included in international collections such as Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego and Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo. 

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    Aldo van den Broek Lives and work in Berlin, DE

    Van den Broek is known for his huge, multi-layered, outspoken paintings and collages. History, underground, punk and romanticism, architecture and people meet in his works. He is fascinated by the urge of people to strive for safety and freedom simultaneously and the deconstruction that normally follows. In the organic process of Van den Broek, his paintings are constantly transforming. His work are held in many private collections. 

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    Renie Spoelstra Lives and works in Rotterdam, NL

    The intention of the huge charcoal drawings of Spoelstra is to let the viewer experience an atmosphere of deliberate apathy; hours and days go by in a split second, every moment frozen in time and every moment equal to the other. Consequently, characteristics of actual observations are diminished, making the unique more common and indefinite, so that they can function as a substitute for many similar places. Her works are included in collections as Dreyfus Family, Vervoordt, Guerlain, the Nederlandsche Bank, Caldic, Picardie France and many more. 

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    Hans Op de Beeck Lives and works in Brussels, BE

    Op de Beeck has developed his career through international exhibitions over the past ten years. His work consists of sculptures, installations, video work, photography, animated films, drawings, paintings and writing (short stories). It is his quest for the most effective way of presenting the concrete contents of each work that determines the medium that the artist ultimately selects. Included in many collections such as The Hirshhorn Museum, Washington and MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, MA. 

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    Levi van Veluw Lives and works in Amsterdam, NL
    Levi van Veluw studied at the ArtEZ Institute of the Arts in Arnhem. Since graduating in 2007, he has produced multi- disciplinary works that include photographs, videos, sculptures, installations and drawings. His works has been showcased in many different locations across Europe and the United States, earning him a number of nominations and awards. Included in numerous prominent private and publicly held collections worldwide. 

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    Jasper de Beijer Lives and works in Amsterdam, NL

    De Beijer is a versatile artist with a distinctive way of working. He is an avid painter and developed scale models which he used as the basis for his manipulated photographic series. Mr. Knight’s World Band Receiver is the twelfth project within the artist’s body of work. His works are included in many collections as the Bank of America, Rabobank and Menzis. 

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    For the press release, please click here.

    For an overview of the presented artworks, please take a look at our private view here

    For direct contact, please send an e-mail to Frederik Schampers, frederik@ronmandos.nl.

     

    We are looking forward to seeing you at the fair!

     

    Best wishes, 

    Team Ron Mandos