October 10th 2011, Utrecht, The Netherlands
Dutch 3D art and spectacular paintings at Hilton Copenhagen!
Bubble Projects presents Janneke Rottier en Ben Amor, Oct. 6th – Nov. 4th 2011
From October 6th till November 4th artists Janneke Rottier and Ben Amor exhibit their work at a unique location: Hilton Copenhagen. Entrance is free en these wonderful works are for sale! If you visit Copenhagen for leisure or business, this is very good opportunity to take a look. But of course everyone is very welcome!
Dutch artist Janneke Rottier lives and works in Zeeland, a province in the south of The Netherlands.
She grew up on the countryside where tranquility and space were part of every day life. These sentiments have become increasingly important to her. The countryside in Zeeland is a source of inspiration. A landscape worthy of representation. In many unrepeatable appearances and changing faces.
Her paintings feature near empty landscapes, unimportant and uneventful at first glace. Sometimes mysterious, strange and inaccessible. Janneke gets inspired by space, the broadness, a time of repetition in close connection with the cosmic rhythm of the seasons. Janneke uses sand and other materials in combination with oil and acrylic paint to give her work more texture. Colors are modest, a limited palette is being used that mainly consists of dimmed shades of brown, green, gray, yellow and white.
The work of Ben Amor (Tunis, 1968) expresses a complete disorderly freedom. The artist sees the world as a spinning whole that cannot be caught into structures. Boundaries fade into a loose agreement with time and space. What is left is a total break with culture. Ben Amor paints with his heart rather than with his mind, searching for the unconscious existence with freedom and spontaneity as its keywords. Even though reason occasionally interferes with the choice of forms, lines, composition and colour, emotion takes the lead. This relation between heart and mind, conscious and unconscious, together with his rapid and intense manner, shows an expressionistic abstraction in which order and chaos, light and dark, enter an undecided struggle.
This special exhibition has been made possible by Bubble Projects. Since 2008 organisor of international exhibitions and projects where contemporary art, artists and art collectors come together in a very unique way.
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