To celebrate the publication of a significant monograph on Kees Visser’s 50-year career, the gallery is pleased to present the fourth solo exhibition of one of the artists with whom it has been linked since its creation.
Published by NAi Publishers, this 320-page monograph was conceived with the careful collaboration of Irma Boom, and with the support of the Mondrian Foundation. Entitled “Monochrome?”, it includes a major essay by art historian Hubert Besacier and Marja Bloem, former curator at the Stedelijk Museum.
Kees Visser’s exhibition will present a group of his latest paintings in the main room, subtly playing with a monochrome that is more polychromatic than one might expect.
In a dialogue as friendly as formal desired by Kees Visser, the two cabinets will present paintings by the American artist John Zurier, in partnership with the gallery Claes Nordenhake.
Finally, the gallery will exhibit for the first time works in colored silicone by the Zimbabwean artist Troy Makaza, in partnership with First Floor Gallery.