Wim Heldens 29 februari t/m t/m 28 juni

Heldens about the Human Condition

The work of Wim Heldens occupies an individual place in the contemporary art scene of the Netherlands. Understanding that the re-emergence of realist art as a counter movement to modernism was opening-up new perspectives, and realising that his main interest was the human condition and life as it unfolded around him, he quickly discovered that his talents could best develop in the portrait genre and the context of ordinary life, thereby picking-up an old Dutch tradition. But although much of his technique is traditional, the imagery is contemporary, and it is in this combination of the ‘old’ and the ‘new’ that Heldens found his originality.

 

John Borstlap

Arm & Hammer
The Muse
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Squatter Jesus-2
School
The Mirror-2
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Music-2
America-2
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