Jap Sam Books, artist Lieven Hendriks, Gallery Ron Mandos, and CODA would like to announce Mirages, a publication on the artists oeuvre of the past two decades. The book will be presented during the opening of the eponymous exhibition by Lieven Hendriks in CODA on October 2nd.
About the publication
Mirages documents the work by Dutch artist Lieven Hendriks over a period of twenty years. In his paintings he gives shape to abstract concepts such as hope, comfort and desire. The manipulation of light always plays an important role in the construction of his works. The painted subjects evoke a field of tension with the historical idea of painting. His paintings thus balance between temporality and eternity, between presence and absence, between truth and deceit.
The book offers a comprehensive overview of the artist’s paintings with texts from Dominic van den Boogerd, Rianne Groen and an interview by Menno Vuister.
Exhibition opening & book presentation
Sunday October 2nd, 16:00 CET
CODA, Vosselmanstraat 299, 7311 CL Apeldoorn
| The opening will be provided by CODA director Carin Reinders, curator Rianne Groen and visual artist Lieven Hendriks.
| The exhibition Mirages in CODA will run from October 2nd 2022
Art Lieven Hendriks
Texts Dominic van den Boogerd, Rianne Groen, Menno Vuister
Editing Eleonoor Jap Sam
Design Kummer & Herrman
Translation Robert van de Walle
Size 22 x 30 cm
Number of pages 152
Illustrations bl/w & fc
Lithography Marc Gijzen
Language English | Dutch
Release date October 2022
Publisher Jap Sam Books
Partners Gallery Ron Mandos, CODA Museum
| Beautifully designed with a silk-screened cover on mirror-finished paper
This publication by Jap Sam Books has been made possible with the support of Mondriaan Fund, Jaap Harten Fonds.
About the artist
Lieven Hendriks (1970) is a visual artist who takes everyday subjects in which human touch is visible as a starting point for his work. By using trompe l’oeil effects, his flat canvases appear as loosely stretched lines, deceiving the eyes of the viewer. In his work, he plays a game with the nature of observation, touching upon the essence of painting and the value attached to it. He graduated from the HKU in Utrecht in 1994 and was a resident at De Ateliers in Amsterdam. His work is part of renowned international collections such as Museum Voorlinden, ESMoA Los Angeles and the Nagoya University of Arts Collection.
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