An encounter between light and skin: this is how one might describe the paintings of Ina van Zyl and Michael Kirkham. For both artists, the skin signifies the fine line between the inner and the outer – it is vulnerable, battered and occasionally it reflects the light. The lives of the figures in Kirkham and Van Zyl’s paintings take place mainly beneath the skin.
In the Highlighting Skin exhibition, the works are brought together in one space. The starting point is Ernst van Alphen’s essay by the same title. Ernst also selected the works in the exhibition.
Sunday 8 March 2020, 14.00-19.00 hrs.
We had an inspiring program in collaboration with, among others, Ernst van Alphen and Rory Pilgrim.
Kim Everdine Zeegers created video portraits of the artists. More information about the programme can soon be found on the website and in the newsletter.
Costs: € 25 p.p., including a meal and the publication Highlighting Skin.
The exhibition is accompanied by the publication Highlighting Skin, containing images of the displayed works and the essay by Ernst van Alphen. The publication will be available in Dutch as well as in English.
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