Boers-Li Gallery New York is delighted to announce, “Across the Himalayas”, the gallery’s first collaboration with the estate of JCJ Vanderheyden (Netherlands, 1928-2012). The exhibit runs from February 2nd to March 30th and will be featured in the ADAA Gallery Walk on March 2nd.One of the most
consequential and unconventional artists of his time, Vanderheyden dedicated his life to investigating the dimensions of visual perspectives by using a broad range of media, and
procedures to observe the nature of the aesthetics of perception. Spending most of his life working from his studio in ’s-Hertogenbosch, his interest in chance and emptiness led to his extensive travel in
Asia from the late 1970s through the 1980s. In this way, Vanderheyden has brought together a comprehensive series of fascinating artworks which are, from today’s point of view, as aesthetically
appealing in a global sense as they are curiously distinctive in terms of their subjects, such as “Horizon”, “Gate”, and “Checkerboard”.