Michael Raedecker, locus, 2020.
GRIMM is proud to announce a group exhibition for Frieze New York (May 5-9), both online and at The Shed (Booth C7) with new artworks by Dutch artists Tjebbe Beekman and Michael Raedecker, alongside work by international artists Dirk Braeckman, Claudia Martínez Garay, Louise Giovanelli, Volker Hüller, Matthew Day Jackson, Arturo Kameya, William Monk, Rosalind Nashashibi, Daniel Richter, and Elias Sime.
If you cannot attend in person, follow this link to visit the Online Viewing Room.
Tjebbe Beekman (b. 1972 in Leiden, NL) addresses the concepts of virtue and sin in recent works, pulling apart this dichotomy and recasting it in a contemporary context. Beekman’s dynamic painterly language exhibits influences from throughout the 20th century as he looks to the past to reflect on the world around him. The triptych included in this presentation is from his latest Symbiosis series.
The mysterious aura of Michael Raedecker’s (b. 1963 in Amsterdam, NL) paintings is equal parts haunting and alluring. He uses a combination of embroidery, inkjet transfers, and acrylic paint, with a singular ability to coalesce these media in a fluid painterly language. Scenes are animated with local light and the added texture of the artist’s embroidery conjures up a strange new reality within.
GRIMM was founded in Amsterdam in 2005. Since its establishment, the gallery has been committed to promoting and supporting emerging and mid-career artists who work in a diverse range of media. Representing over thirty international artists, the gallery has two spaces in Amsterdam and one in New York.
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