May 3rd, 2012 by Robert Kloos
February 2nd, 2012 by Robert Kloos
November 27th, 2011 by Robert Kloos
Ryan Gander, Asian discount, 1993 by Santo Sterne by Ryan Gander, 2011, courtesy Annet Gelink Gallery and the artist
May 4-7, 2012 (Tickets only available online)
Annet Gelink Gallery is proud to participate in the 1st edition of the Frieze Art Fair New York. The gallery will present works by Yael Bartana (Israel), Ryan Gander (UK), Wilfredo Prieto (Cuba), Meiro Koizumi (Japan). The gallery further represents: Carlos Amorales, Yael Bartana, Alicia Framis, Anya Gallaccio, Roger Hiorns, Sharon Houkema, Carla Klein, Meiro Koizumi, Kiki Lamers, David Maljkovic, Dan McCarthy, Jenny Perlin, Bradley Pitts, Liza May Post, Muzi Quawson, Glenn Sorensen, Ed van der Elsken, Marijke van Warmerdam, Barbara Visser, Erik Wesselo.
Annet Gelink Gallery at Frieze Art Fair NY
March 2nd, 2011 by Robert Kloos
Ryan Gander, Your Present Time Orientation (Second Act) – Random Abstraction, 2011, courtesy Annet Gelink Gallery and the artist
November 29 – December 4, 2011
Annet Gelink Gallery at Art Basel Miami Beach
Artists at Art Nova: Ryan Gander, Wilfredo Prieto. Further artists represented: Carlos Amorales, Yael Bartana, Alicia Framis, Anya Gallaccio, Roger Hiorns, Sharon Houkema, Carla Klein, Meiro Koizumi, Kiki Lamers, David Maljkovic, Dan McCarthy, Jenny Perlin, Bradley Pitts, Liza May Post, Muzi Quawson, Glenn Sorensen, Ed van der Elsken, Marijke van Warmerdam, Barbara Visser, Erik Wesselo.
Arik Levy, Rock Growth, 2011, courtesy Priveekollektie and the artist
Priveekollektie at Art Miami.
Artists represented: Arik Levy, Carolina Wilcke, Christiane Richter, De Intuitiefabriek, Dominic Harris, Eefiene Bolhuis, Hans Kotter, Ien Lucas, Miguel Chevalier, Reinier Bosch, Rolf Sachs, Viktor Timofeev.
Elana Herzog, Untitled (p28), 2010, courtesy LMAK Projects and the artist
LMAK Projects at Pulse Miami.
Presenting Jeff Grant, Elana Herzog, Jen Stark, Penelope Umbrico. Further artists represented: Kenseth Armstead, Sara Blokland, Nayda Collazo-Llorens, Andy Graydon, Liselot van der Heijden, Nava Lubelski, Gerald Petit, Silvia Russel, Jowan van Barneveld, Lieven de Boeck, Sabrina Gschwandtner, Russell Nachman, Carlos Rigau.
Marjan Teeuwen, Archief 5, 2011, courtesy Cokkie Snoei Gallery and the artist
Cokkie Snoei Gallery at Pulse Miami.
Presenting Elza Jo, Ben Merris, Peter Redert, Marjan Teeuwen. Further artists represented: Sylvia Alonso, William Anthony, Lyle Ashton Harris, Heike Kati Barath, Norbert Bisky, Niels Broszat, Marco van Duyvendijk, Dennis Feddersen, Fomy Finke, Risk Hazekamp, Pieter Hugo, Esther Janssen, Rince de Jong, Yves Klein, David Kramer, Wilma Kuil, Pieter Kusters, Gyz La Riviere, Roxanne Lowit, Phoebe Maas, Olaf Martens, Sands Murray-Wassink, Jan Schaper, Bert Sissingh, Sjoukje Sissingh-Boersma, Paul M. Smith, Tacey Snelling, Ari Versluis & Ellie Uyttenbroek, Eveline Visser, C.A. Wertheim, Bas Zoontjens.
Anya Janssen, BUT WHATEVER IT WAS, IT CAME OUT OF THE TREES...8, 2010, courtesy Torch and the artist
Torch Gallery at Pulse Miami.
Presenting Eelco Brand, Wouter Deruytter, Mitsy Groenendijk, Anya Janssen, Loretta Lux, Terry Rodgers. Further artists represented: Philip Akkerman, Susan Anderson, Hans Broek, Edward Burtynsky, Gary Carlsley, Popel Coumou, Martin C. de Waal, Martin Denker, David Drebin, Rowena Dring, Eldon Garnet, Margi Geerlinks, Anthony Goicolea, Line Gulsett, Simon Henwood, Teun Hocks, Twan Janssen, Min Kim, Ellen Kooi, Gordon Clark & Leon Botha, Stepanek Maslin, Justin McAllister, Jochen Muhlenbrink, Ulf Puder, Carlos & Jason Sanchez, Kahn & Selesnick, Lena Soulkovskaia, Henk Tas, Gerald van der Kaap, Carrie Yamaoka, Thijs Zweers.
Flokje van Lith, Eyes of Innocence - Sera, 2011, courtesy Witzenhausen Gallery and the artist
Witzenhausen Gallery at Scope Miami.
Presenting Flokje van Lith, Jeff Robb. Further artists represented: Federico Junca Acebedo, Jowhara Alsaud, Pedro Bakker, Alvaro Barrios, Bahar Behbahani, Boris van Berkum, Lotta de Beus, Paul Blanca, Linda van Boven, Annemarie Busschers, Ray Ceasar, Michael Chelbin, L.J.A.D. Creyghton, Wendelien Daan, Thomas Doyle, Kevin Erskine, Mitsy Groenendijk, Teiji Hayama, Harma Heikens, Erik Hijweege, Nissian Hughes, Christel Lebas, Sofia Maldonado, Raul Marroquin, Enrique Marty, Jacques Meijer, Olphaert den Otter, Roland Schimmel, Michael Scott, Ixone Sadaba, Pepe Smit, Roland Sohier, Sanghee Song, Daishin Sumimoto, Anna Wypych.
January 22nd, 2011 by Robert Kloos
Carla Klein, Untitled (Serie C), 2008, courtesy Annet Gelink Gallery and the artist
March 3 – 6, 2011
Annet Gelink Gallery from Amsterdam (NL) represents: Carlos Amorales, Yael Bartana, Alicia Framis, Anya Gallaccio, Ryan Gander, Sharon Houkema, Carla Klein, Meiro Koizumi, Kiki Lamers, David Maljkovic, Dan McCarthy, Jenny Perlin, Bradley Pitts, Liza May Post, Muzi Quawson, Glenn Sorensen, Barbara Visser, Marijke van Warmerdam, Ed van der Elsken.
Ed van der Elsken, Stationsplein, 1956, courtesy Annet Gelink Gallery
Kiki Lamers, Untitled, 2010, courtesy Annet Gelink Gallery
Barbara Visser, Luna Park 2, 2006, courtesy Annet Gelink Gallery and the artist
Marijke van Warmerdam, Blossom – Hurricane, 2010, courtesy Annet Gelink Gallery and the artist
Yael Bartana, The Protocols, 2009, courtesy Annet Gelink Gallery and the artist
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The Armory Show – Pier 94
December 2nd, 2010 by Robert Kloos
Alicia Framis, still from Lost Astronaut, 2010, courtesy Annet Gelink Gallery and the artist
January 22 – 30, 2011
Annet Gelink Gallery to participate in the first edition of the online only VIP Art Fair.
About the fair
VIP Art Fair is the first art fair to mobilize the collective force of the world’s leading contemporary art galleries with the unlimited reach of the Internet. Its inaugural fair will take place exclusively online for one week only, January 22-30, 2011, at www.vipartfair.com. An unprecedented event, VIP Art Fair gives contemporary art collectors access to artworks by critically acclaimed artists and the ability to connect one-on-one with internationally renowned dealers from anywhere in the world and without leaving home.
About Annet Gelink
Opened in 2000 with a project by Alicia Framis the gallery quickly conquered a leading position in the Dutch art scene. The gallery has been supporting the work of Carlos Amorales, Yael Bartana, Ed van der Elsken, Alicia Framis, Anya Gallaccio, Ryan Gander, Sharon Houkema, Carla Klein, Meiro Koizumi, Kiki Lamers, David Maljkovic, Dan McCarthy, Jenny Perlin, Bradley Pitts, Liza May Post, Muzi Quawson, Glenn Sorensen, Barbara Visser, Marijke van Warmerdam, and Erik Wesselo.
November 21st, 2009 by Robert Kloos
Carla Klein, Untitled, 2008, courtesy Annet Gelink Gallery
December 2 – 5, 2010
Annet Gelink Gallery presents work by among others Yael Bartana, Carla Klein, and Marijke van Warmerdam.
About Annet Gelink Gallery
Opened in 2000 with a project by Alicia Framis the gallery quickly conquered a leading position in the Dutch art scene. The gallery has been supporting the work of Carlos Amorales, Alicia Framis, Anya Gallaccio, Carla Klein, Kiki Lamers, Liza May Post and Barbara Visser for many years.
Yael Bartana, 21. The Missing Negatives of the Sonnenfeld Collection, 2008, courtesy Annet Gelink Gallery
Annet Gelink Gallery has made an international reputation as early promoter of a generation of young artist as Armando Andrade Tudela, Yael Bartana, Ryan Gander and David Maljkovic. Furthermore the gallery has made a wide variety of groupshows.
Marijke van Warmerdam, Blossom – in the air, 2010, courtesy Annet Gelink Gallery
Annet Gelink Gallery
at Art Basel Miami Beach
Miami Beach Convention Center
Convention Center Drive and Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, FL
November 21 – December 19, 2009
In her second exhibition at the gallery, Raptures of the Deep, Delphine Courtillot has created a series of paintings on paper that play with an iconography inspired by the popular codes of “mysterious” representation in cinema history wherein specific visual conventions suggest the inexplicable.
In these paintings, Courtillot references both the Art Nouveau movement or Jugendstil, German for Youth Style, as well as early 20th century Amsterdam architectural heritage. Allusions are evident in Courtillot’s depiction of specific buildings, including the Tuschinski movie palace, a landmark of the Amsterdam School (an architectural movement largely influenced by Expressionism that started in the Netherlands around 1910), the Tiffany Lamp Studio, an inscrutable store possessing the allure of a turn-of-the-century bourgeois apartment stuffed with the celebrated lamps, as well as the famed Dijsselhof room in the Gemeentemuseum (Municipal Museum) in The Hague (Dijsselhof, a Dutch designer very close to the Arts & Crafts movement, utilized traditional woodcarving and batik techniques to constitute an almost medieval decor, ultimately creating an enchanted dream world within the literal space of a living room.
Courtillot capitalizes on what she calls a “very strong phantasmagorical potential,” dramatizing interior spaces by creating a tension between objects, simultaneously illuminating and darkening the corners, reflecting back to the viewer a world seemingly at odds with itself, balanced somewhere between fantasy and imminent catastrophe. The darkness in these paintings appears manufactured and the light that suffuses each work seems to have derived from a far off world; yet the specificity of each of these interiors, the particularity of the shapes and strangely drained out colors, grounds these images in a specific historical moment in time. Courtillot is in essence “reenacting interior space,” assigning it new meaning, amplifying the “artificial sublimated nature of the space” creating an alternate dreamscape.
The paintings included in Raptures of the Deep dramatize literal historical space, creating meaning not through the literal image itself but through association, the juxtaposition of implied space. Ultimately, the meaning does not reside in the picture itself, but is created at the very moment when the viewer associates himself with the representation.
Delphine Courtillot was born in Paris, France in 1972 and currently resides in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Courtillot has shown at Tilton Gallery in New York, and Annet Gelink Gallery in Amsterdam and ASPN in Leipzig, Germany and her work was included in Ophelia; sehnsucht, melancholie en doodsverlangen, Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Arnhem, The Netherlands, as well as the seminal exhibition Against Nature, curated by Astrid Honold at the Luis Adelantado Gallery in Valencia, Spain, among others.
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