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We offer the Kunstkoop arrangement, buy art and pay in monthly terms. (by the Mondriaan Fund and Santander Consumer Finance Benelux).
Ciou Musée La Poste Paris
Museum de la Poste shows a beautiful selection of original artworks and interactive digital images in an overview of our artist Ciou. The zodiac stamps she designed for the French National Post were Inspired by French illustrator Peynet, Jean Cocteau and Japanese culture. They were printed in an edition of 3 million and were the best selling stamps in 2014.
Our new website
16/11 Welcome to our new website that we call 'Beta'. Because - as you will see - some functionalities are not ready yet, but the look of it is so fantastic that we asked Constant Brinkman (colibri.nl) who helped us to build this new digital home to "just put in on-line!".
Dadara public intervention
31 October, 2018 @ 7 AM a 27 x 3 x 3 meter fence was placed around the 'iamsterdam monument' in front of the RijksMuseum. Now that most cultural free spaces are gone, artists should be free to start transforming public space into free space.
Post Brexit Commission
Sarah Maple was commissioned by Sky Arts and Storyvault films to make a new painting about identity in post Brexit Britain. The painting was exhibited at The Baltic in February 2019. The film about this work was broadcasted on Sky Arts in ‘A Picture Of Britain’.
Sarah's work often draws on her own mixed background and in this piece, in the 1950s, her Grandfather travelled from India to work on the railways in a British colony in Kenya. In exchange he was granted a British passport.
Sarah Maple on BBC
'Not My Cup of Tea'
As Ray Caesar's official representative since 2005 for the Netherlands and partly Northern Europe you can come to us for the most up-to-date availability of works. We also have information about the availability of works from his extensive ouevre. And of course you can also contact us for all questions related to this digital grandmaster from Toronto, Canada.
Claire Partington in Seattle Art Museum
DEC 7 2018 – DEC 6 2020
Her figures engaged in the act of “taking tea” give a human face to the European craze for Chinese porcelain on display in the Porcelain Room. Partington’s installation suggests the often unintentional consequences of the porcelain trade during the expansion of international shipping routes. The figures in the installation are steeped in the rarified luxury and high-end fashion these items once conveyed, but they also expose the degrading aspects of trade—the reality of precarious ocean voyages and human exploitation.