plancius art collection is proud to present its latest acquisitions…
updated June 2018 — click on the artist name for more information
Folkert is taking an central role in the plancius art collection with this newest of acquisitions, the 3 meter high Business As Usual (Tower).
New name to the collection, the Shanghai-based Yang Yongliang (1980) and with him the intriguing 4-screen video collage Journey to the Far (2017).
Nice counterpart to our One cubic meter of broken silence is this Acoustic Painting (2011) made from the acoustic muting material ohropax (earplugs).
Brilliant moving sculpture by Robbert Weide, called Object From an Unintentional Party (2016) with googly eyes styrofoam and a motor. Speakers on!
Belgian photographer Callemin is most known for his hypperreal scenarios in black-and-whites, such as this mysterious one called River (2016).
Van Helmond number seven for the plancius art collection! A work called Flag, made during a residency period in 2017 at the Luceberthuis in Bergen.
Veryvery happy with Collectors time that creates an individual time zone for the two owners of the plancius art collection by means of a watch that runs to the beat of your heart. The work emphasizes both the individuality of the collectors and the point where they correspond: the collection.
The work has been especially developed for the plancius art collection. Noor Nuyten has made three commissioned works: Collectors Time, Gravitational Choices and Still Life of One Minute. The commission is centered around the notion of collecting as a measurable act, a subjective form of art history that tries to find a balance between ratio and intuition.
Large lacquer and latex on burlap painting: Cry me a River, to complement the diptych Eat or get Eaten.
At Barbara Seiler Gallery we bought the beautiful chloride on cotton diptych Eat or get Eaten.
At Independent Brussels, we purchased Healing #9 and #10, by the Belgian artist Stéphane Barbier Bouvet.
Two new works – including Gold and Glitter – and one commissioned work, by this talented young couple from Paris.
Perfectly complementing the works we have already collected by Marijn van Kreij, we are very happy with the unique piece Bookmarks: 2 sets of 40 bookmarks, digitized and transferred to slides, shown in a particular order using a slide projector with interval timer, approx. 5 minutes per set.
We are happy to support the production of the magnificent new publication of Alexandra Leykauf by purchasing two limited edition works On Penobscot Bay and Untitled #10.
Two works out of Mr. van Golden’s recent Double Print series: White Painting, Daan in Paris and White Painting, Two Paintings.