Louise Alexander Gallery

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In much of his work, Folkert de Jong (b. 1972) creates a universe populated by humorously macabre life-size human figures. In the new installation he has created for the GEM, the images are modelled on the protagonists of the De Stijl art movement that developed around Theo van Doesburg and Piet Mondrian.

Folkert de Jong ‘Weird Science’, GEM The Hague, 22 April – 20 August 2017 Art exhibition

In much of his work, Folkert de Jong (b. 1972) creates a universe populated by humorously macabre life-size human figures. In the new installation he has created for the GEM, the images are modelled on the protagonists of the De Stijl art movement that developed around Theo van Doesburg and Piet Mondrian.

GEM, The Hague, The Netherlands22/04/201720/08/2017
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On Thursday 1st June, Louise Alexander Gallery will open the summer season at it’s Porto Cervo gallery space with a group exhibition entitled ‘Self-Seeking Superficials’ featuring works by a multi-generational list of artists such as :mentalKLINIK, Marco Tirelli, Vladmir Dubossarsky, Enrique Enrique Martínez Celaya and Barry X Ball.

Group Show, 1 June – 2 August 2017, Porto Cervo Art exhibition

On Thursday 1st June, Louise Alexander Gallery will open the summer season at it’s Porto Cervo gallery space with a group exhibition entitled ‘Self-Seeking Superficials’ featuring works by a multi-generational list of artists such as :mentalKLINIK, Marco Tirelli, Vladmir Dubossarsky, Enrique Enrique Martínez Celaya and Barry X Ball.

Porto Cervo, Italy1/6/20172/7/2017
Folkert de Jong - The mineral world - III - 2014

Louise Alexander Gallery is pleased to announce that Dutch artist Folkert de Jong has joined the gallery’s roster of represented artists and will exhibit a solo presentation of his works at the gallery in Porto Cervo this July. Folkert de Jong is probably best known for his expressive sculptures and installations arising from a strong fascination for the psychological and bodily human condition. Grotesque figures, grinning or expressionlessly staring, form theatrical tableaux.

Folkert de Jong ‘A State of Light’, 5 July – 2 September 2017, Porto Cervo Art exhibition

Louise Alexander Gallery is pleased to announce that Dutch artist Folkert de Jong has joined the gallery’s roster of represented artists and will exhibit a solo presentation of his works at the gallery in Porto Cervo this July. Folkert de Jong is probably best known for his expressive sculptures and installations arising from a strong fascination for the psychological and bodily human condition. Grotesque figures, grinning or expressionlessly staring, form theatrical tableaux.

Porto Cervo, Italy05/07/201702/09/2017

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