What would Frida Kahlo do? Exhibition at Menier Gallery (Artists Pool), London. August/2016

Why people like a painting? What makes them connect with an image? For my coming exhibition at the Menier Gallery about “Frida Kahlo: Lust for Life” (http://www.meniergallery.co.uk/Menier_Gallery/Home.html), I have been pondering these questions. I prepared two paintings: one, Frida in … Continue reading

Hyeronimus Den Bosch 500 Years (1) – Life is a Carnival

In the early hours of Saturday, two pilgrims make their journey to the Brabantian city of s’Hertogenbosch. It is spring and the mist crowns with fog the naked trees, their little buds teeming with the promise of light and warmth. … Continue reading

Playing lines with Alexander “Sandy” Calder

Although I have not been really interested in men the last two years, this one has really impressed me. Alexander “Sandy” Calder’s expansive personality and playful art  really captivated my heart and imagination (Tate Modern, until 3 of April/2016) . … Continue reading