Until the end of winter, the GO Gallery is only open on Fridays and Saturdays.
The friends of ASA, Amsterdam Street Art will be present during our absence.
In the meantime, Farud and Oscar enjoy their stay in Asia.
The exhibition “The Private Collection” can be seen in the gallery until 28 March.
The exhibition is a retrospective.
From almost all exhibitions, the owners Farud and Oscar have purchased an artwork for their private collection.
Due to a lack of space, part of this collection is now being exhibited and sold.
During 2011 & 2013, Dutch artist Ton Leenarts (1952) created a series of paintings of the Amsterdam subway under construction.
Metrostation Ceintuurbaan/De pijp, 2012, 80×140 cm., oil on canvas.The paintings of the Noord/zuidlijn, the new under construction Metro line in the city of Amsterdam, are based upon photographs. But they are not an accurate photorealistic depiction of the Metro stations. For example, Metro station “the Pijp” is a painting made by using photos of actual existing elements. The Pompeian pillars, the red abstract rectangles, are all to be found down there in the station. But the composition of the painting was made up by the artist. The painting appears to represent the reality of the station but in fact shows an idealized version. The perspective inside the station makes it impossible to find the image the artist has painted, because he had to create his own artificial perspective that would allow him the artistic license of combining all the different elements of the station in one cohesive painting of his own invention.2 art prints of this series of paintings are printed, in an edition of 24 each: Metro station Rokin, 42×60 cm. € 250 and Metro station C.S. The Cathedral, 20×22 cm., € 75. Order at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ski masks to Perishable Rush are a symbol of the current struggles around the globe. The news is dominated by men wearing ski masks whether it be terrorists or the special forces battling them. An exhibition at GO Gallery, from May 9th.
Esther Schreuder, kunsthistoricus, bezocht de huidige expositie “LED There be Light”, waar o.a. het werk van Surina Baag te zien is.
Lees hier hoe het kunstenaarschap is door gegeven van vader op dochter …..