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Anuli Croon. Patterns of Life | Levenspatronen

Made in Rotterdam 1999 - 2015

With contributions by Vera Illés, Aat Ceelen, Maarten Janssen, Dees Linders

€25.00

Anuli Croon. Patterns of Life | Levenspatronen

Made in Rotterdam 1999 - 2015

With contributions by Vera Illés, Aat Ceelen, Maarten Janssen, Dees Linders

€25.00

Art / New titles

ISBN

978-94-90322-59-5

Graphic designer

Anuli Croon, Allard Assen

Number of pages

128

Book size

17 x 24 cm

Binding

Softcover

Dutch | English

Vertaling Gerard van den Hooff NL>EN

Date of Release: October 2015

For more information about the work of Anuli Croon: www.anulicroon.nl www.rentobrattinga.com

377 grms 

This publication has been made possible with the financial support of Anna Bodon & Rento Brattinga, Mondriaan Fonds, Materiaal Fonds, Harten fonds, Tijl Fonds/Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds.

This publication has been presented at the group exhibition 010 at gallery Rento Brattinga in Amsterdam from 17 October till 21 November 2015. Participating Artists: Tonio de Roover, Bertjan Pot, Anne van Eck, Maarten Janssen, Ton Kraayeveld, Aji V.N., Barbara Witteveen, Johan Kleinjan, Anuli Croon.

A beautiful monograph on the work of Dutch artist Anuli Croon.

'Along. We recognize everything in Anuli Croon's large, clear paintings. The hands, eyes, buildings and ornaments are lovingly meticulous, but at the same time unsetting in their anonymity. We recognize everything and yet we go astray among the figures and fragments of a metropolis. And then, distorientated, we see the beautiful composition, the intense colour patterns and the texture.' - Landa van Vliet 

Anuli Croon (Leeuwarden, 1964) lives and works since 1990  in Rotterdam and graduated from the Royal Academy of Art and Design 's-Hertogenbosch in 1989.