Notice the layers of paint and complex etching work in this detail from a painting in its early stages by Sarah Güsten-Marr. Here we get a glimpse of a unique layering process developed by Güsten-Marr to achieve great depth and texture in her work.
On 1 July 2016, The Florence Trust in London will open its doors for their summer exhibition. The Florence Trust provides a dynamic development programme and studio residency in London for twelve artists each year. The programme is designed to support our artists’ artistic and professional development through mentoring, group critiques, workshops and tours and is tailored to their personal objectives. Each of our artists commences their year-long studio residency in August in our Grade-1 listed neo-Gothic church in Highbury and the residency culminates in a curated exhibition each year in July. Opening: Friday 1st July, 6-9pm Open: Saturday 2nd July to Sunday 10th July, 1-6pm daily or by appointment Location: St Saviour’s, Aberdeen Park, Highbury, London N5 2AR Cost: Free Participating Artists: Sarah Pager, Sarah Bernhardt, Aisha Christian, Rosanna Dean, Sophia Freeman, Lydia Goldblatt, Vanessa Von Heydebreck, Matthew Humphreys, Catriona Leahy, Olha Pryymak, Tom Smith, Emily Whitebread
Upcoming Exhibition – Russia Revisited In 2014, Harold Schouten and Meike van der Lippe participated in a workshop which took place in Pylos, Russia. The resulting paintings will be shown as part of a duo exhibition at ‘Tandartsen aan de Herengracht’ from 6 June – 6 July 2016. Date: 6 June – 6 July 2016 Location: 318 Herengracht, Amsterdam Opening Hours: 9am – 5pm Currently on Show – ‘Wild van Water’ – Zuiderzeemuseum Enkhuizen Throughout the exhibition is a reaccuring theme of recreation & leisure in the Dutch Landscape from the 17th Century to contemporary times – the here and now. For this show, Harold Schouten contributed with one painting in which he combines sailing throughout the ages. In the painting (pictured above) you will see brown sails which were often used in former times juxtaposed by the colourful kite which is used today. Date: 27 mei – 6 november 2016 Location: Zuiderzeemuseum, Wierdijk 12 – 22, 1601 LA Enkhuizen Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday 10am – 5pm Currently on Show From April 2 MOTI presents the exhibition Van Gogh Mini’s. The exhibition will feature 80 contemporary Dutch artists who have each created a personal ‘ kijkdoos ‘ (viewing box […]
Artsy In collaboration with UBS present – The Art Market in 4 Parts video series. Galleries A great series that highlights current trends in the Art Market. A shift being seen is the need to embrace the digital age and actively respond to the growing demands within this market space. This means building an online presence and adopting an effective digital strategy. As more Art Market transactions move online not only are “galleries are recognizing the need to have an online presence“ but what we are seeing is that “…the value of art people will buy on the internet is going up“. The Art Market is niche and appreciates tradition in how Art businesses should operate. It is one of the most fascinating aspects to this market. Understanding how to integrate both ideas is necessary now. Being good in business is the most fascinating kind of art – Andy Warhol https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1UC4R6-EiQ
IN-VISIBLE Toyobos & X-Rays 14 – 28 May 2016 Studio Sarai is proud to present ‘In-Visible’, an exhibition of new and recent work by multidisciplinary artist Sarai van de Boel and x-ray photo specialist, physicist Arie van ’t Riet. The exhibition focuses on the artists’ shared interested in x-ray technology and the interior analysis of organic and inorganic subject matter. Best known for his black and white photography, Arie van ’t Riet will for the first time present never before seen works that explore his fascination with nature, interior analysis and new technology in conjunction to traditional print making techniques. This revolutionary ‘Toyobo’ printing method refers to the technical photo transference process that Arie and adopted as a means to deviate from as well as integrate traditional photography and printmaking ideologies. Arie van ’t Riet Employing techniques of x-ray photography and traditional printmaking processes as a departure point for the production of highly detailed polymer photogravure artworks, the never before seen works presented in this exhibition by Arie van ’t Riet, expertly navigates the point where science, photography, and printmaking collide. Arie van ’t Riet is a self-taught artist whose photographic works take a deeper look at objects and scenes […]
Studio Sarai will be participating in this year’s Open Ateliers Oost taking place this weekend 21 – 22 mei. On show will be ‘IN-VISIBLE’, an exhibition of new and recent work by Sarai van de Boel and Arie van ’t Riet. Special for this weekend only, sculptures by Judith Heinsohn will also be on display. It will be a great opportunity to see the work of these 3 artists come together! Nearby to Studio Sarai is the main exhibition at Loods 6 on the KNSM island where work by Sarai van de Boel will also be on view as part of a group show. Studio Sarai zit op de begane grond aan de noordkant van bedrijfsverzamelgebouw Loods 6 op het KNSM-eiland in het Oostelijk Havengebied te Amsterdam. www.sarai.nl
Exhibition Announcement Gallery GM is pleased to announce that the annual summer exhibition will take place this June at Gallery GM’s Dykelands Farm location. This collaborative exhibition entitled ‘Compilation’ will feature new paintings by Sarah Güsten-Marr, as well as site specific artworks by Sharmain Forde. Ms. Forde is Gallery GM’s current Artist-In-Residence. Gallery GM is a private gallery open by appointment only. Please visit www.gallerygm.com For more info or contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to visit us.