30 November 2019 to 19 January 2020
Marie Louise Elshout (Rotterdam) shows in her work the desire for nineteenth century Romanticism. The world she enters is populated by melancholic beings who seem to be loaded with the power of nature, wandering in their own world with their own secrets and rituals.
Roderick Laperdrix (Utrecht) is fascinated by the recluse and its representation in modern society. In his drawings the image of the recluse can be seen as a caricature of man’s modern relationship with nature, but also as the personification of the desire for peace and isolation.
Andrea Lehnert (Dusseldorf) paints work that resonates between two poles. Her small paintings are mostly colorful light-flooded compositions. Her larger works are fresco-like composed paintings with often people. Confused, fighting, floating, falling, flying bodies.
Onno Lolkema (Antwerp) paints landscapes that combine the traditional with the contemporary. He works impulsive with various elements based on joy, fear, memories, old artworks, modern times and his love for nature.