Group show April 4th - May 15th


Born in 1983 in Amsterdam, Stefan Glerum spends most of his time illustrating 'odd-ball' characters. Inspired by European, 20th century movements such as Art Deco, Bauhaus, Italian Futurism and Russian Constructivism, Glerum studied the Academy St. Joost and became the assistant to Amsterdam's most celebrated comic artists, Joost Swarte. Glerum enjoys mixing graphic design within his work as many with knowledge of graphic design history will appreciate the visuals, as well as having universal appeal.

groupshow April 4th - May 15th

The exhibition "Works on Paper" displays original works on paper by a selection of national and international artists.
Work on paper is often intimate and communicates directly with the viewer. The work is both figuratively and literally vulnerable.

For some artist paper is a means to get somewhere else, sketches, ideas often emerge on paper. For otherspaper is the ultimate goal and only medium they prefer to work with.

The versatility of the artists in "Works on Paper" shows a range of conceptual work such as the series ' Mach die Augen zu, dann siehst du was du darfst' which Wayne Horse has drawn with his eyes closed; to the more illustrative and narrative work of Morcky issued from his last years comic. And everything that is in between and beyond the of illustrative and contemporary.

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