Roland Maas | In the first solo exhibition of Roland Maas at Hoorn & Reniers, the Dutch artist shows his recent paintings and installations . Roland Maas (1966) graduated from the Academy St. Joost in Breda, The Netherlands in 1990. He had a hard time finding his place in an art world dominated by conceptualism which did not accept the diversity of his art. In his paintings, installations, and photographs, Roland Maas often approaches controversial themes in which individual freedom and normative social behaviour collide.
Sebastian Gögel | In 'Grote straat', the first solo exhibition in 2019 at Hoorn & Reniers, German artist Sebastian Gögel (Sonneberg, 1978) shows his paintings and drawings. His works are included in the collection of Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, the Gemeentemuseum The Hague and the Museum für Bildende Künste in Leipzig where he lives and works.
Dave de Leeuw | The solo exhibition ‘Mumbling the phrases’ shows the latest works of Dave de Leeuw (1981). Dave de Leeuw (Heerlen 1981) graduated from the Maastricht academy of fine arts in 2008. His oeuvre consists of paintings, drawings, sculptures and occasionally videoinstallations. De Leeuw’s works portray isolated individuals who oscillate between melancholy and humour, sensuality and loneliness. His work is autobiographical. It is about his place in the world and in the immense depth of existence.