Gabriele Evertz & Gilbert Hsiao in Doppler Shift, Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit, NJ

Doppler Shift, Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit, NJ

The works in Doppler Shift explore the illusion of difference between two- and three-dimensional space. Filling two galleries and connecting hallways, the exhibition features painting, sculpture, drawing, video and site-specific works by twenty-seven artists from the United States and Europe.

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A Romance of Many Dimensions, Brooklyn Artists Gym, Brooklyn, NY

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A Romance of Many Dimensions is comprised of nine artists/painters who share at least two things: their work expands the idea of dimensionality past the exactitude of two and three- dimensional space, and, they have had all been interviewed by Brent Hallard.

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Sugar Mountain, Galerie Van Den Berge, Goes, The Netherlands


Participating Artists: Clary Stolte, Richard van der Aa, René van den Bos, Iemke van Dijk, Brent Hallard, Henriëtte van 't Hoog, Dirk Jan Jager, Peter Luining, Els Moes, Jan van der Ploeg, Machiel van Soest, John Tallman, Tilman, Vosenvanderveen, Jan Maarten Voskuil, Guido Winkler

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Back to Basics: Festival international d’art non-objectif, Moulins de Villancourt, Pont de Claix, France

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Installation view February 14 – April 5, 2011 Artists include: Pam Aitken (au) Christoph Dahlhausen (de) Caroline de Lannoy (be/uk) Matthew Deleget (us) Daniel Göttin (ch) Billy Gruner (au) Brent Hallard (jp/us) Clemens Hollerer (a) Andrew Huston (us) Sarah Keighery (au) Roland Orépük (fr) Charles Payan (fr) Jacek Przybyszewski (pl/fr) Paul Raguenes (fr) Giles Ryder (au) Sato Satoru (jp/fr) Karen Schifano (us) Bogumila Stroja (pl/fr) Tilman (de) Richard van der Aa (nz/fr) Jan van der […]

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Touch, ParisCONCRET, Paris, France


Installation view thru October 23, 2010 “I’ve chosen artists’ work that I feel share something of a fetish with/in the production/object, particularly based on an aesthetic predisposition that can run formally, culturally, adding the social/personal. How I personally interpret this is with a Tokyo sensibility, how Japanese respond to objects and their placement, their positioned sense of worth, a cuteness, an austere vs. touch. The exhibition consists of individual pieces, multiples, or artists books, which may sit on the […]

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SNO 62 Exhibitions, Sydney Non Objective, Sydney, Australia


Works from the 25 – 25 IS (2010) on the floor at SNO (l to r, t to b) Tilman, Tallman, Heerkens, Hallard, Hsiao, Arts, Voskuil, Winkler, Andrews, Roux, Dahlhausen, Van Der Graaf, Deleget, Van Der Aa August 7-29, 2010 Solo Installations Guido Winkler & Iemke van Dijk 25 -25 IS Box The 25 – 25 IS box contains work of 25 artists at 25 x25 cm. The edition consists of 75 boxes. Available at […]

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Salon #12, Platform Eindhovense Kunstenaars, Eindhoven, The Netherlands


Work by Jose Keerkens February 5-12, 2010 For every Salon exhibition Foundation PEK, Platform Eindhovense Kunstenaars, invites one or more artists whose work relates to the vision of PEK. The work of José Heerkens and Henriëtte van ’t Hoog is about light and space. They search and research many aspects of these themes, in the language of colour and form. In the abstract approach their paintings and objects meet each other. Henriëtte van ’t Hoog […]

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Glow: An Interview with Henriette van ’t Hoog, by Brent Hallard, Visual Discrepancies blog, August 22, 2009


“Brent: Pop, peek-a-boo, poking around, of color that is not of this world, though worldly set in architectural places that can eat up the logic of their interior. Indeed you have for lunch many of the preconceptions of the formal. Your sense of order of space and how you color it physical is full of humor often playing up to our own inquisitiveness, how we are likely to navigate – how we and our body […]

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Personal Space, ParisCONCRET, Paris, France


Works by Brent Hallard, Richard Roth, Henriëtte van ‘t Hoog Opens June 27, 2009 During July, ParisCONCRET presents work by three contemporary artists who push, gently, against the notion that painting is a strictly 2 dimensional proposition: Brent Hallard (au/jp), Richard Roth (us), Henriëtte van ‘t Hoog (nl).

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New IS Editions Box Available: Speed of Colour

  IS projects announces its second limited edition box featuring work by the artists from the show ‘The Speed of Colour’. This box contains 5 pigment piezo prints (including a folding sculptural pop up piece) and one silkscreen. This is a limited edition of 41 sets and sells for 235 Euros. Boxes may be ordered from guido[at] Includes prints by Henriëtte van ‘t Hoog (pop-up), John de rijke (silkscreen), John Tallman, Gilbert Hsiao, Eric de […]

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The Speed of Colour, IS Projects, Leiden, The Netherlands

  Henriette van ‘t Hoog, Untitled, 2008 Acrylic on wall, 113 x 190 x 50 cm June 15 — July 13, 2008 Participating artists include Eric De Nie, Tony Harding, Gilbert Hsiao, John De Rijke, John Tallman, and Henriette van ‘t Hoog. Accompanied with an edition of 6 prints, 30 x 42cm, 235 euros.

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Colour Matters, Part Four, Kunstruimte 09, Groningen, The Netherlands

  Installation by Henriette van ‘t Hoog September 9 — October 13, 2007 Group exhibition of constructivistic and fundamental art by 11 artists. Accompinied by a book containing images of artworks and stamentes by 21 artists who participated in the exhibitions Colour Matters – Part Three and Four.

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