Tineke Bouma: Sings Very Softly, Kunstruimte 09, Groningen, The Netherlands

Work by Tineke Bouma February 20 – March 26, 2011 A selection of the legacy of Tineke Bouma (1956-2009) with works from the period 1985 to 2007. The total work of Tineke Bouma is modest and the works themselves are usually not large. They show a special sensitivity often seen in the bright, sensuous colors and simplified forms. Colors and shapes that do not depict something visible. Tineke Bouma wanted – as she put it […]

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Julian Dashper in Chromodomo, Multiple Venues, Groningen, The Netherlands

Work by Remco Torenbosch September 20 – November 22, 2009 A group show about light, organized by the Groninger Museum, Wall House #2 and Kunstruimte09. Venues: Academie Minerva Zuiderdiep, Kunstruimte09, Wall House #2, Academie Minerva Praediniussingel & NS Hoofdstation Groningen Participating Artists: Spencer Finch, Laura White, Julian Daspher, Erwin Wurm, Remco Torenbosch, Jan van der Ploeg, Willum Geerts, Twan Janssen, Ton Mars, Tomas Rajlich, Aart Rudolphy, Jan Scheerhoorn, Roland Schimmel, Jochem van der Spek, Rom Gaastra […]

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Julian Dashper, John Nixon & Tilman in PS 1999 – 2009, Kunstruimte 09, Groningen, The Netherlands

  Gerold Miller, Julian Daspher, Daniel Göttin (l to r) Tilman & Kyle Jenkins (l to r) Justin Andrews, Ian Anüll, Julian Daspher, Stephen Bram, Marco Fusinato, Victoria Munro, Matthew Deleget (l to r) January 17 – February 21, 2009 A ten year survey of PS in Amsterdam, founded by artist Jan van der Ploeg.  The work shown in Groningen includes three new installations by Kyle Jenkins, Gerold Miller, and Daniel Göttin, as well as […]

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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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