Exhibition Untitled TZT036
Herman van de Poll
Saturday May 11th
5 - 7 pm
Herman van de Poll (NL 1952) was originally trained as a graphic artist.After several courses include Academy Minerva in Groningen, he concentrated on his paintings.Herman is makes mainly compositions with mathematical forms based on chaos theory.In his current series geoChao he leaves triangles and circles away and focuses on the squares and the relationships between the squares.
In his work it is about how the squares relate to each other in size and color: "I strive to make it as unpredictable as possible."As a basis uses words.With the syllables or letters he gets to work.Each letter of the alphabet has its own, random color.The resulting color alphabet he uses for crosswords and other puzzles.So he makes a composition which he himself has little influence on.
5 mei artist talk Don Satijn
Exhibition Untitled TZT035 Don Satijn
(foto: Marcel Bourret)
Als afsluiting van zijn expositie nodigt Don Satijn u uit op zondag 5 mei rond 16.00 uur. Hij wil u graag ontmoeten en vertellen over zijn werk.U bent van harte welkom.
Het programmaboekje van Bos Fine Art is uit. Het is te verkrijgen in onze galerie op de Korte Vijverberg Den Haag of bij onze Pop Up locatie Portofino op de 50 56th St Manhattan New York. Ook de deelnemende kunstenaars hebben exemplaren om te verspreiden.
Er is ook een digitale variant: Programmaboekje Bos Fine Art 2019
Bos Fine Art POP UP Gallery
"Exhibition Untitled New York"
Opening February 28th 5pm - 8pm at Portofino
50 West 56th St, Suite 2A, New York, NY
Bos Fine Art
Bos Fine Art is an art gallery based in the Netherlands since 1988. We specialize in geometric abstract art. Our gallery in The Hague, next to the Mauritshuis, showcases works made by one hundred European artists. Our Exhibits change every few months highlighting one hundred different forms of technique, material and composition. We have partnered with Portofino to create a Pop Up gallery experience in the heart of manhattan at their spa and salon in midtown on 56th st. Our second Pop Up exhibition in New York starts on February 28th. This exhibition will feature three artists: Jan Hoff (Netherlands) who specializes in wall objects made of folded gloss paper. Carrie Meijer (Netherlands) who works in digital prints on Chromaluxe and Rob the Oude (New York based Dutch artist) who makes hard edge paintings.
It doesn’t matter what kind of material Carrie Meijer (NL, 1951) is using,or which technique, she finds herself craving regularity. Pen drawings, linocuts and lithography are some of the many techniques she uses. Her love for the work of Bram van Velde and the use of the colored surfaces inspired her to follow different courses, such as the Vrije Academie in The Hague. A few years ago she accidentally created digital works. The digital prints that can be seen at the exhibition in TZT003 at Bos Fine Art, in addition to the pen drawings, are made in Microsoft Word, And what particularly is unique in this digital age, after printing, the files are deleted so each work is the only existing edition.
Carrie Meijer, "NYC 06 2018",
digital print on Cromaluxe, 59,4 x 84,1 cm / 23,23 x 33,07 inch
As a visual artist Jan Hoff (NL,1957) is a late bloomer. He is enjoys non-figurative objects and compositions. The works that are shown in exhibition untitled TZT002 are compositions which consist of strips of dark or light gloss paper. These are at an angle of 45 or 90 degrees glued to a background and thus forming a rhythmic abstract geometric pattern. Jan Hoff, gives his ideas form as an abstract web of paper and cubes. Because of the light and shadows the work evokes a strong sense of balance and tranquility, while at the same time they are very lively continuously changing depending on the angle of the viewer.
Jan Hof "New Amsterdam"
folded gloss paper, 100 x 100 cm / 39,37 inch
Rob de Oude
The paintings and drawings made by Rob de Oude (NL,1970) are composed of meticulously placed repeated lines, the lines reveal geometric shapes and patterns. Repeatedly using a single unit, a straight line, displays the infinite possibilities of a synchronized effort. Overlapping bands, grids of colors and collisions of angled lines create an elusive sense of space, shifting color, and deceptively bending lines. Rob mixes an intuitive use of color, rhythm, composition and layering choices with a systematic mode of painting. These types of juxtapositioning between intuition and methodology are part of seeking a sense of orchestrated balance with a single line as the building unit.
Rob de Oude, "Tip Top Tumble" 2016
20 x 20 cm cm / 7,87 inch
March 9th 5 - 7 pm
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