exhibitions 2018-02-17T13:09:17+00:00
2018-06-10T11:50:37+00:00

On paper | 08.06 – 29.07

Inge Aanstoot, Andrea Bender, Fabian Blobel, Robin von Einsiedel, Peter Feiler, Arike Gill, Janes Haid - Schmallenberg, Jim Impelmans, Dave de Leeuw, Joyce ter Weele, Wim Warrink | 'On paper' is the first of a series of annually returning group exhibitions during the summer times in which Hoorn & Reniers brings together works of its artists within a certain theme. This year's exhibition shows a variety of contemporary figurative works on paper by 11 international artists. As an art form, works on paper have known a growing interest over the last years, which is demonstrated by specialized art fairs like Amsterdam Drawing and Drawing Now Paris, but also by the special exhibition that Art The Hague dedicates to drawings this year again. Apart from [...]

2018-04-23T16:15:40+00:00

Milch und Honig | 22.04 – 03.06

Andrea Bender | Milch und Honig The solo exhibition of German artist Andrea Bender, entitled 'Milch und Honig', shows her latest paintings inspired by classical mythology. Andrea Bender (Schotten, 1972) graduated in 1999 from the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf where she studied under Jörg Immendorff and Dieter Krieg. Recently, exhibitions of her work were organized in the Yanhuan Museum in Beijing, the Museum Kunstpalast in Düsseldorf, the MoMa XLY in Changdu, the Lehmbruckmuseum in Duisburg and the MOCAK in Krakau.

2018-03-10T15:15:54+00:00

The dark side of consensus | 09.03 – 15.04

Janes Haid - Schmallenberg | The dark side of consensus From 9th March until 15th April 2018 Hoorn & Reniers organizes the first solo exhibition in The Netherlands of Berlin based artist Janes Haid - Schmallenberg entitled 'The dark side of consensus'. In his deceitfully offhand ecstatic scenes Janes Haid - Schmallenberg depicts the outcry of desperate indviduals subjugated to the impossibly fast pace of today's society. In his paintings and ceramic sculptures Janes Haid - Schmallenberg strives for a balance between abstraction and figuration and between seriousness and play, resulting for instance in the use of absurd painting materials like nutrition powder for bodybuilders. Janes Haid - Schmallenberg's work falls within a larger movement of young artists worldwide whose works question the established [...]