artclub is an important foundation of supperclub. Promoting art in supperclub's white space "canvas", offers a perfect venue for exhibits.
Six time a year, supperclub transforms into artclub, as an exhibition space to new and established artists. In addition to showcasing the art, it introduces ‘The view of the Artist’ and explores their work in a Q&A between the artist and curator Micky Hoogen.
artclub guests discover a new way of interpreting art.
Combined with a splendid ambiance of uplifting music, international cuisine and live performances, artclub creates an atmosphere that reflects the art. Guests become a part of the creativity itself.
Lyndon Chubbuck is an award winning motion picture and television director and a photographer. He has won or been an official entrant in more than thirty international film festivals. Lyndon was raised in the privileged Georgetown and Capitol Hill areas amongst Washington D.C.'s Social Register. Living in this swatch of society, he learned the fundamentals of power and entitlement, but always felt like an interloper - a socio-economic voyeur. Lyndon Chubbuck’s photography, exposing the contradictions and deceptions in the foundations of power, such as religion and sexuality, will take center stage.
artclub Lyndon Chubbuck PROVOCATION.
Photo's are available in Kodak Endure Matt Prints between 50 x 45 and 35 x 32 inches. All in limited edition. Price upon request: email@example.com
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Judith Wiersema / judithwiersema.com
For more than fifteen years she puts her creative mind and energy into powerful form in stone and wood. Her work distinguishes itself due to an unique balance between realistic shapes and sizes of abstraction. Her essence of her work is to combine strength and sensitivity of women. The message in her artwork is translated into highly sensual, revealing and teasing compositions.
"This exhibition features a series of photographs entitled 'Discolor' by artist Natalie Pukasemvarangkoon. Continuing the artist's interest in the female form, 'Discolor' is a collection of photographs incorporating whitening routines that women in Asia adopt. Having grown up in a society where women strive to maintain a pristinely porcelain complexion, the artist has begun to explore the skin and body through the lens. The artist uses remedies such as milk baths and rice toners as a source of inspiration for her photos.
Other work includes digital art
by Sam Bivins
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