The Marzee Collection <br><b>Gerda Sondag Collection</b><br><small>14 August – 17 October 2020</small>
Gerda Sondag Collection 14 August – 17 October 2020 This summer, Galerie Marzee will exhibit the Gerda Sondag Collection, which was donated to the Marzee Collection Foundation in 2018. This wonderful collection includes work by prominent artists such as Nel Linssen, Lucy Sarneel and Etsuko Sonobe, as well as work that was shown in Marzee […]
For this exhibition, Melanin will fill the glass house with a large series of rings.
New to Galerie Marzee
14 August – 17 October 2020
New to Galerie Marzee Jonathan Boyd14 August – 17 October 2020 Jonathan Boyd (1984, Aberdeen, UK) has been Acting Head of Jewellery & Metal at the Royal College of Art in London since 2017. He specialises in conceptual work, using complex lost wax casting techniques and the incorporation of imagery and text that he photographs […]
New to Galerie Marzee Sam Tho Duong14 August – 17 October 2020 Galerie Marzee is pleased to welcome Sam Tho Duong to the gallery. This new exhibition will introduce Sam and his work to our visitors. Click here for the full price list of the current exhibitions Artist’s Page Sam Tho Duong, Frozen, 2018, […]
New to Galerie MarzeeLisa Walker14 August – 17 October 2020 Galerie Marzee is pleased to welcome New Zealand artist Lisa Walker to the gallery. This new exhibition will introduce Lisa and her work to our visitors. Click here for the full price list of the current exhibitions Artist’s Page Lisa Walker, untitled, 2020, pendant; […]
Annamaria Leiste considers these hat-shaped brooches as protectors of the heart. Interwoven with perishable materials such as vegetable fibres and linen, the silver interior is revealed only when the fibres start to decay and wear away.
Known for her often brightly coloured work, Fragmentology is Karola Torkos’ study of surviving fragments – colourful scraps of plastic, metals and enamel combined to create a series of beautiful, lively necklaces.
Repetition and difference, Piet Dieleman’s new work explores these two concepts. Based on a continuous landscape, the repetition of forms in his paintings suggest a continuation from one canvas to another – the edge of the painting is only a physical condition from which the contents would like to escape.