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Different than Usual Christie van der Haak and guests

For decades, the so-called White Cube, the immaculate white and sterile exhibition space, was an ideal for museums and galleries to show and celebrate art in an almost sacral way. In Different than Usual Christie van der Haak (1950) is consciously contradicting this by setting up two u-shaped cabinets in the gallery and covering these in her outspoken patterns, which are also applied to the floor in vinyl. On the walls are artworks by other artists that she admires and finds interesting.

Although diverse, the common thread in the work of these artists is a pronounced depiction and a clearly articulated image. Christie van der Haak sees her contribution as creating conditions, but at the same time aims to react to the guest artists’ work in her patterns thus creating a contemporary Gesamtkunstwerk.

The invited artists are: Anya Belyat Giunta (F), Katia Borghesi, Harold de Bree, Ellen van Dijk, Diederik Gerlach, Theun Govers, Elise Hageman, Nynke Koster, Marjolijn van der Meij, Jos de l’Orme, David Pedraza, Helene Penninga, Pim Piët, Peter Vos, Reinoud van Vught and Marcel Zalme.

Front room: shopwindow paintings Peter Vos, outer wall Cabinet 1 Katia Borghesi, paintings

Peter Vos, Sifaka, 2017, oilpaint on panel, 37 x 44 cm € 2.900,-
Katia Borghesi, 04:00 am, A Reconstruction: Point de croix #1, 2017-2019, oilpaint on panel, 81 x 81 cm € 1.550,-
Katia Borghesi, 04:00 am, A Reconstruction, #216, 2019, oilpaint on panel, 18 x 18 cm sold
Katia Borghesi, 04:00 am, A Reconstruction, #21, 2019, oilpaint on panel, 18 x 18 cm sold
Katia Borghesi, 04:00 am, A Reconstruction #26, 2019, oilpaint on panel, 18 x 18 cm € 250,-
Katia Borghesi, 04:00 am, A Reconstruction, #191, 2019, oilpaint on panel, 18 x 18 cm € 250,-
Katia Borghesi, 04:00 am, A Reconstruction, #31, 2019 oilpaint on panel, 18 x 18 cm, sold
Katia Borghesi, 04:00 am, A Reconstruction, #43, 2019, oilpaint on panel, 18 x 18 cm € 250,-

Front room, right wall: Jos de L'Orme - woodcuts and print

Jos de L'Orme, no title, 2002, woodcut, 37 x 30 cm € 1.700,-
Jos de L'Orme, Stranger, 2002, woodcut, 38 x 30 cm € 1.900,-
Jos de L'Orme, The Eternal Owl, 2019, woodprint, 65 x 48 cm € 1.100,-

Front room, windowshop wall Hélène Penninga, work on paper Christie van der Haak, vase

Christie van der Haak, Fuchsia, 2019, glass, pigment, 29x19x9 cm € 3.500,-
Hélène Penninga, Deux Pensées, 2019, gouache, acrylic on paper, 36 x 51 cm € 1.100,-
Cabinet 1: left Helene Penninga, center Marjolijn van der Meij and Peter Vos, right Peter Vos and Ellen van Dijk

Cabinet 1 left wall: Helene Penninga - work on paper

Helene Penninga, Alibi, 2019, gouache and acrylic on paper, 36 x 51 cm sold
Helene Penninga, Sweet, 2019, gouache/acrylic on paper, 36 x 51 cm € 1.100,-
Helene Penninga, Tears and Raindrops, 2019, gouache/acrylic on paper, 36 x 51 cm € 1.100,-
Helene Penninga, Tin Faces, 2019, gouache and acrylic on paper, 28 x 39 cm € 950,-

Cabinet 1 center wall: Marjolijn van der Meij - paperwork Peter Vos - paintings

Marjolijn van der Meij, BMW323i 320i, 2020, photoprint, cellulose, 60x80x17 cm € 900,-
Peter Vos, Hornbill, 2019, oilpaint on linen, 54 x 64 cm € 4.000,-
Peter Vos, Crow Youngling, 2018, oilpaint on linen, 58 x 59 cm € 4.000,-

Cabinet 1 right wall: Peter Vos - paintings Ellen van Dijk - photoprints

Peter Vos, Jackdow Youngling, 2018, oilpaint on linen, 63 x 42 cm € 3.800,-
Peter Vos, Owlet, 2019, oilpaint on linen, 30 x 30 cm sold
Peter Vos, Pelican Chick, 2019, oilpaint on linen, 52 x 42 cm € 3.200,-
Ellen van Dijk, Season March 5, 2019, pencil on photoprint, 20 x 26 cm € 300,-
Ellen van Dijk, Season March 4, 2019, pencil on photoprint, 20 x 26 cm € 300,-
Ellen van Dijk, Season March 3, 2019, pencil on photoprint, 26 x 20 cm € 300,-
Ellen van Dijk, Season March 2, 2019, pencil on photoprint, 26 x 20 cm € 300,-
Ellen van Dijk, Season March 1, 2019, pencil on photoprint, 26 x 20 cm € 300,-
Peter Vos, Maki, 2020, oilpaint on linen, 44 x 50 cm € 3.250,-

Cabinet 1 outer wall: Diederik Gerlach, Pim Piët paintings

Diederik Gerlach, Junghans, 2019, acrylic on cardboard, 80 x 53 cm € 2.000,-
Pim Piët, Tone in Yellows, 2018, acrylic on panel, 51 x 24 cm € 1.075,-
Pim Piët, Black Noise Tone, 2017, acrylic on panel, 60 x 40 cm € 1.275,-
Pim Piët, I Noise II, 2015 acrylic on panel, 36 x 24 cm € 850,-
Pim Piët, Tone in Colour III, 2019, acrylic on panel, 23 x 61 cm € 1.250,-
Pim Piët, Tone in Colour IV, 2019, acrylic, on panel, 26 x 61 cm € 1.250,-
Pim Piët, Tone in Colour I, 2019, acrylic on panel, 23 x 61 cm € 1.250,-
Pim Piët, T-Cuts, 2019, acrylic on panel, 20 x 20 cm € 750,-
Diederik Gerlach, Erfolg, 2019, acrylic on cardboard, 80 x 53 cm (sold)
Diederik Gerlach, Jung Bleiben, 2019, acrylic on cardboard, 60 x 38 cm € 1.400,-
Diederik Gerlach, Nerven, 2019, acrylic on cardboard, 60 x 38 cm € 1.500,-

Left wall: Christie van der Haak wall carpet, Cabinet 2 outer wall: Diederik Gerlach paintings

Christie van der Haak, Juno, jacquard, woven wool, 288 x 166 cm € 12.000,-
Christie van der Haak, Juno, pattern module
Christie van der Haak, Juno, weaving details
Cabinet 2: left Anya Belyat Giunta, Elise Hageman; center David Pedraza and Theun Govers; right Marcel Zalme, Reinoud van Vught and Harold de Bree; floor Nynke Koster, Christie van der Haak

Cabinet 2 left wall: Anya Belyat Giunta, Elise Hageman drawings

Anya Belyat Giunta, Cactus Girl, 2019, graphite, gouache on paper, 66 x 51 cm € 3.000,-
Anya Belyat Giunta, Unknown Portraits I, pencil, graphite, gouache on paper, 24 x 18 cm € 1.250,-
Anya Belyat Giunta, Unknown Portraits #4 (Unknown Salvator Mundi, Your Hand Is Talking), 2019, pencil, graphite on paper, 24 x 18 cm € 1.250,-
Anya Belyat Giunta, Unknown Portraits II, pencil, graphite, gouache on paper, 24 x 18 cm € 1.250,-
Anya Belyat Giunta, Unknown Portraits VI, pencil, graphite, gouache on paper, 24 x 18 cm € 1.250,-
Elise Hageman, Christie vloer, 2020, colour and negropencil on paper, 25 x 32,5 cm € 750,-
Elise Hageman, Diamond, 2020, colour and negropencil on paper, 25 x 32,5 cm € 750,-
Elise Hageman, Hello Kitty, 2020, colour- negropencil, gelpaint on paper, 32,5 x 25 cm € 750,-

Cabinet 2 center wall: David Pedraza, Theun Govers paintings

David Pedraza, Goya's Follower, 2019, charcoal and oilpaint on canvas, 40 x 30 cm € 900,-
David Pedraza, no title, 2019, charcoal, oilpaint on linen, 36 x 24 cm € 950,-
David Pedraza, Mr. X and his glasses, 2019, charcoal and oilpaint on linen, 50 x 35 cm sold
David Pedraza, The Day I saw him, 2019, charcoal and oilpaint on linen, 40 x 34 cm € 950,-
David Pedraza, Tabula Rasa, 2019, oilpaint and spray-paint on linen, 30 x 40 cm € 900,-
Theun Govers, no title, 2019, acrylic on panel, 31 x 41 cm € 2.500,-
Theun Govers, no title, 2018, acrylic on panel, 29 x 20 cm and, 29 x 19,5 cm € 2.100,- (two pieces)

Cabinet 2 right wall: Marcel Zalme, Reinoud van Vught paintings, Harold de Bree intarsia

Marcel Zalme, Lakehead, 2020, oilpaint/linen/panel, 50 x 60 cm € 2.400,-
Reinoud van Vught, no title, 2020, ink, acrylic on panel, 15 x 40 cm sold
Arnoud van Vught, no title, 2020, ink, acrylic on panel, 30 x 40 cm € 1.750,-
Reinoud van Vught, no title, 2020, ink, acrylic on panel, 15 x 37 cm € 950,-
Reinoud van Vught, no title, 2020, ink, acrylic on panel, 15 x 28 cm € 750,-
Reinoud van Vught, no title, 2020, ink, acrylic on panel, 10 x 39 cm € 950,-
Harold de Bree, Cyanide Blue, 2020, woodveneer, 60 x 45 cm € 4.250,-
Nynke Koster, Khepri Elements of Time, 2018, rubber, edition of 5, no. 2/5, 46 x 51 x 51 cm € 3.400,-
Christie van der Haak, vinyl floor covering, 300 x 300 cm € 1.400,-

If you are interested in a specific work or want to have more information about the exhibition please contact the gallery at info@mauritsvandelaar.nl or tel. 0031-(0)70-3640151. www.mauritsvandelaar.nl

Different than Usual has been prolonged until further notice. You can visit the gallery Wednesday through Saturday 12:00 – 18:00 hours, after ringing the doorbell, maximum two visitors at a time. The gallery and the artists appreciate your reactions and feedback, and wish that you stay safe, healthy and positive.

Kind regards, Maurits van de Laar and Giulia Montaperto, gallery assistent