Julius Rooymans

JULIUS ROOYMANS
Schaduw van de meester
10 maart tot 15 mei

Opening hours: Thursday, Friday, Saturday 12:00 – 17:00 and by appointment.

Free admission

“As a little boy I liked to draw adventures. If the paper turned out to be too small, I would stick an extra sheet to it. And then another one. Nowadays I make film and photo installations. I dream of large projects where people can walk through the projections and images. In a sense, I’m still the little boy who makes drawings of stories that run outside the magazine.“

Julius Rooymans grew up in an artist’s nest in a village near Amsterdam. His father was a painter, mother a sculptor. He learned from his parents to never choose the easy way. If you need something for your project, you have to do it. His father regularly had to choose between buying food or linen to paint on. That is the side of art that Julius saw from an early age: self-sacrifice, enthusiasm. Put financial security and health at risk for your productions.

“I stretch the dividing line between reality and fantasy: how much friction fits in an image before the viewer becomes aware of it? Your own eyes solve my photos.“

His work caught on after the Rietveld Academy. He received assignments for international advertising agencies and magazines, made covers for Newsweek and The New York Times, did shoots from helicopters over Africa and stood on skyscrapers in America.

“Registering the photographic reality doesn’t grab me, I love compelling great stories.”

The Dark Dolls House

UNEXPECTED | Curated By Wanrooij Gallery
Davy & Kristin McGuire
04.10.2019 – 30.11.2019

“The Dark Dolls House”

“From fairies trapped in jam jars to seductresses kept in dolls-houses to pole dancers hijacking religious iconography, Davy and Kristin McGuire play with conflicted ideas of female victim-hood versus female agency, the innocent aspirations of childhood versus the tainted reality of adulthood, and the sacred versus the sacrilegious. The pieces ask the audience to wonder whether they should gaze in reverence or shame or allow for an all together more nuanced and unresolved perspective.”

Unexpected Curated by Wanrooij Gallery is located in the famous gallery street in Amsterdam (Spiegelgracht 20), and is a space for experimentation from the main Wanrooij Gallery at the KNSM-laan in Amsterdam. It is a platform for artists from the Netherlands and abroad. It welcomes exceptional, emerging artists, who distinguish themselves through their renewing and outspoken visual language in contemporary art. At Unexpected by Wanrooij the audience have the opportunity to get an insight on the inspirations and studio situation of the artists by showing their works next to objects from their studio.

Opening
Friday 04.10.2019 4-8 PM
Please RSVP for the opening Runs until 30.11.2019

Address: Spiegelgracht 20 1017 JR Amsterdam

Meet Materials – Diederick Kraaijeveld

Diederick Kraaijeveld, Wanrooij Gallery, Unexpected, Meet Materials, Rembrandt

UNEXPEXTED | By Wanrooij
Diederick Kraaijeveld
19.07.2019 – 08.09.2019

“I work with material that people have

thrown away because they deemed it worthless”

– Diederick Kraaijeveld

Unexpected by Wanrooij is located in the famous gallery street in Amsterdam (Spiegelgracht 20), and is a space for experimentation from the main Wanrooij Gallery at the KNSM-laan in Amsterdam. It is a platform for artists from the Netherlands and abroad. It welcomes exceptional, emerging artists, who distinguish themselves through their renewing and outspoken visual language in contemporary art. At Unexpected by Wanrooij the audience have the opportunity to get an insight on the inspirations and studio situation of the artists by showing their works next to objects from their studio.

Old Wood – Diederick Kraaijeveld

Diederick Kraaijeveld (Oudhout/Oldwood, The Netherlands, 1963) constructs truly unique photo-realistic collages from salvaged wood. His images are icons plucked from the contemporary Diaspora: Chuck Taylor Converses, a Magnum .44, a roll of dollar bills, a pack of cigarettes, a VW van. The works are beautifully created from genuine, coloured vintage wood that the artist himself collects during traveling the globe: from abandoned buildings in the Mojave Desert to 16th century Dutch mansion floors. A single work can require over a hundred pieces of different wood. This process is as vital and impactful as the actual assemblage of the found materials. Though the pieces sometimes burst with colour, Kraaijeveld doesn’t use a drop of paint himself. He chooses, instead, to preserve the original colour and hue, allowing the individual layers to form their own unique combinations.

In Unexpected by Wanrooij Kraaijeveld shows his works, pieces of inspiration and the machine he works with. The videos in the gallery show his travels, search for material and the constructing of his works, also to see on his website; oudhout.com

Exhibition Rijksmuseum

Diederick Kraaijeveld is part of the big summer exhibition Long Live Rembrandt in The Rijksmuseum that is located a 10-minute walk from the Unexpected by Wanrooij Gallery with a portrait of Rembrandt.

The exhibition runs throughout the summer until 15.09.2019.

Evolution – Christian Voigt

WANROOIJ GALLERIJ
Christian Voigt
June 6th – August 24th 2019

EVOLUTION

Wanrooij Gallery in Amsterdam presents from 6 June until 24 August 2019 an exhibition of German photographer Christian Voigt. For his new series Evolution the fine art photographer has portrayed prehistoric skeletons against a black backdrop. Huge dinosaurs, three-dimensional, almost alive. Fantasy fiction becomes reality. The gallery shows an intriguing selection of large-format photographs.

Christian Voigt has received international recognition for his monumental, hyper-realistic landscape and architectural photography, in particular interiors of museums and libraries. His life motive is the search for beauty, underpinned by perfectionism. With Evolution, the artist has radically expanded both his visual vocabulary and his portfolio of photographic techniques. The idea for the new series came to him in 2017 when he was photographing the immense skeleton of a blue whale hanging in the Natural History Museum in London.

The artist wants his Evolution series to be regarded more as objects than as images, captured under almost laboratory-like conditions. The authentic photographs of dinosaurs have been taken with large-format analogue cameras in natural history museums in Berlin, Denkendorf, Frankfurt am Main and London. Specially conceived frames are integral parts of the very detailed pictures of delicate skeletons, with hyper-ideal lighting and uncannily crisp contours of a Tyrannosaurus Rex, Stegosaurus and Triceratops Duo.

Christian Voigt (Munich, 1961) lives in Hamburg and the south of France. He was born into a family of publishers and photographers. Voigt is one of Germany’s most successful photographic artists. The iconic, autonomous work of the artist has been presented at more than 100 exhibitions in mainly Europe and the USA. His panoramic, strictly limited edition pictures are in demand amongst private collectors worldwide.

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Art Miami 2018

EXHIBITION | DECEMBER
4-9 | 2018

(MIAMI, FL – September 27, 2018) –​Art Miami​ (​http://www.artmiami.com​), returning for its 29​th edition on December 4 – 9, 2018, has announced its 2018 exhibitor list. Recognized as one of the preeminent international modern and contemporary art fairs, Art Miami will showcase an array of iconic and important art works, dynamic projects and special installations from more than 160 international galleries from nearly 30 countries representing 68 cities.

This year’s fair will kick off with a Platinum VIP Preview for top collectors, curators, and members of the press on Tuesday December 4​th​, from 4:30PM – 5:30PM to benefit the ​Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)​, sponsored by ​Christie’s International Real Estate​. The VIP Preview will open for all VIP Cardholders at 5:30PM and continue until 10PM. This is the eighth co​nsecutive year that PAMM has been the fair’s exclusive VIP Preview benefactor and Art Miami has already donated more than $150,000 to further the museum’s collection and mission. The partnership remains an integral part of Art Miami’s larger commitment to the city of Miami.

Art Miami is the top ranked international art fair for attendance in the U.S. and second most attended globally, with more than 85,000 established and budding collectors, curators, museum professionals, members of the press and art world luminaries attending annually. For the second year, the fair will be held at the prestigious waterfront location of One Miami Herald Plaza on Biscayne Bay nestled between the Venetian and MacArthur Causeways in the heart of Downtown Miami. Art Miami ​offers an unparalleled level of accessibility to the activities and collectors on Miami Beach with convenient parking and shuttle service.
The 2018 line-up will present the finest investment quality ​paintings, photography, prints, drawings, design, sculpture and video art, with works from the 20​th​ and 21​st​ centuries. The fairs will feature leading international galleries showcasing renowned modern masters and blue chip contemporary works, as well as the most sought-after living artists from around the world.

NEW LOCATION | DOWNTOWN MIAMI
The Art Miami Pavilion
One Miami Herald Plaza @ NE 14th Street
Downtown Miami
On Biscayne Bay between the Venetian & Macarthur Causeways

VIP
Tuesday, December 4, 2018
FIRST VIEW VIP Preview:    4.30pm – 5:30pm
Access for Art Miami + CONTEXT Art Miami First View VIP Cardholders

Tuesday, December 4, 2018
VIP Preview:    5.30pm – 10pm
Access for Art Miami+CONTEXT+Aqua VIP Cardholders, Art Basel Miami Beach, Design Miami, NADA & Untitled VIP Cardholders & Press

GENERAL ADMISSION
Wednesday, December 5       11am-8pm
Thursday, December 6           11am-8pm
Friday, December 7                 11am-8pm
Saturday, December 8            11am-8pm
Sunday, December 9               11am-6pm

 

Masters of LXRY 2018

MASTERS OF LXRY 2018
EXHIBITION
Decemeber 6-10 | 2018

Masters of LXRY brengt dit jaar van 6 t/m 10 december de Genius Edition naar de Amsterdamse RAI. Het is de grootste editie ooit, waar op meer dan 42.500 vierkante meter (!) ‘the best of the best’ wordt getoond dankzij de genieën van 2018: uitblinkers, merken en bedrijven die opvallen in hun vakgebied. Dit jaar staat Masters of LXRY in het teken van innovatie en vernieuwende, unieke trends en ontwerpen. De zeventiende editie is daarmee nog internationaler en eigentijdser van opzet dan ooit tevoren.

Op Masters of LXRY bundelen Wanrooij Gallery, kunstenares Alisa Lim A Po en kunsthandelaar Sander Bijl dit jaar de krachten. De collectie die zij gezamenlijk tonen in hun House of Art – die op prachtige wijze wordt vormgegeven door de succesvolle interieurontwerpster Mariska Jagt – , is een (internationale) mix van oude meesters en hedendaagse kunstenaars.

LOCATION
RAI Amsterdam
Europaplein 24
1078 GZ Amsterdam

VIP
(By invitation only)
Donderdag 6 december 20.00 – 01.00 uur

OPENINGSTIJDEN
Donderdag 6 december 20.00 – 01.00 uur (invite only)
Vrijdag 7 december 13.00 tot 22.00 uur
Zaterdag 8 december 12.00 tot 22.00 uur
Zondag 9 december 11.00 tot 21.00 uur
Maandag 10 december 12.00 tot 19.00 uur (Business Monday)