Musica Solidus exposition
Music-themed group exhibition
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This group exhibition features works by various artists from the gallery and new introductions.
The artists who have been invited have created works with the theme "Music" in the broadest sense of the word.
Multiple techniques can be seen in this special exhibition.
Among others, the fine art photograph "Piano man" by Maartje Roos is on display. This is a look at a café in the 1940s: What would it be like if live music was still provided by a pianist and where people still socialise in real conversation, play dice, cards, drink and smoke?
An ode to the dying profession of bar pianist and an occasion to think back to the atmosphere of yesteryear. Without the glare of telephones, but with only the light of chandeliers and smouldering tobacco.
José Witteveen's recent graphic is about Rome-based Korean singer "Banyen".
Banyen is depicted on a small-format blueprint etching measuring 13x11 cm.
"Rhythm" is an oil painting on burlap by Francoise Stoop.
Newcomer to the gallery is sculptor Ronald A. Westerhuis.
He is known for his design of the MH17 National Monument.
Several stainless steel sculptures by him are included in the exhibition.
As a tribute to the recently deceased Melis van der Sluis, a series of ceramics entitled "the Rhythm of the Earth's Layers" is on display.
- until 30 September
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