LABYRINTH – Dordrechts Museum zo. 13 nov.

      labyrinth – boekpresentatie: zondag 13 nov., 15 u.   –    dordrechts museum    
     
Labyrinth - bookcover

Labyrinth – bookcover

Op zondagmiddag 13 november, aanvang 15 uur, presenteer ik met veel genoegen mijn recent verschenen boek LABYRINTH in het auditorium van het Dordrechts Museum.

Programma

Ton Kraayeveld – welkomstwoord

Marie Jeanne de Rooij (tekstschrijver) – interview met TK

Renate Boere (grafisch ontwerp) – toelichting ontwerp

Na afloop is er gelegenheid om het boek in te zien en eventueel te kopen.

Locatie: DORDRECHTS MUSEUM / Auditorium, Museumstraat 38, Dordrecht (ingang via restaurant Art & Dining)

Toegang gratis (voor de tentoonstellingen gelden de reguliere toegangsprijzen)

Credits

Labyrinth  – Ton Kraayeveld 

Paintings and drawings         
ISBN 978-94-92852-62-5
Price € 32,00
Text Bertus Pieters, Marie Jeanne de Rooij, Niek van Vugt & Madeleine Steigenga, Katja Diallo, Ge van Steenbergen
Graphic design Studio Renate Boere
Printer Oro Grafisch. Projectmanagement
Number of pages 304
Book size 17 x 24cm
Binding Softcover with dust jacket
Language English | Dutch
Release date September 2022
Publisher Jap Sam Books, and made possible with the support of the Mondriaan Fund, Jaap Harten Fonds, Gemeente Dordrecht, crowdfunding Voordekunst

               

LABYRINTH Ton Kraayeveld

Now available: LABYRINTH Ton Kraayeveld

Publisher Jap Sam Books
Labyrinth is an exploration into Ton Kraayeveld’s ‘network in space and time’. The opening contribution by Bertus Pieters guides us through Kraayeveld’s oeuvre, his relationship to Modernism, the influence of his daily experiences and a net of well-known historical figures. A collection of exemplary paintings is accompanied by selected questions from an interview by Marie Jeanne de Rooij. Each question giving an opportunity to reflect, uncover and peak into the labyrinth of his oeuvre. Following is a text by Niek van Vugt and Madeleine Steigenga, admirers and collectors of his work. Ge van Steenbergen then briefly discusses a small green painting before a final contribution by Katja Diallo who explores the ever-constant presence of Franz Kafka throughout Kraayeveld’s works.
ISBN 978-94-92852-62-5
Price € 32,00
Text Bertus Pieters, Marie Jeanne de Rooij, Niek van Vugt & Madeleine Steigenga,Katja Diallo, Ge van Steenbergen
Graphic design Studio Renate Boere
Printer Oro Grafisch. Projectmanagement
Number of pages 304
Book size 17 x 24cm
Binding Softcover with dust jacket
Language English | Dutch
Release date September 2022
Made possible with the support of: Mondriaan Fund, Jaap Harten Fonds, Gemeente Dordrecht, crowdfunding Voordekunst

Rooftop Booktalk

Rooftop Booktalk, bookpresentation of my new book LABYRINTH at Studio Renate Boere.

Sunday 16 Oct. 16 h.

Location: AB4, Abraham van Beijerenstraat 4, Den Haag

Please register via: info@renateboere.nl so we know approximately how many people we can expect.
Admission is free.

ACT OF PRESENCE / LABYRINTH bookpresentation

Galerie Sanaa, Utrecht  –  ACT OF PRESENCE  – Ton Kraayeveld
tENTOONSTELLING TE ZIEN VAN wo. 21 SEPTEMBER t/m za. 22 OKTOBER 2022
LABYRINTH, the book

LABYRINTH, the book

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Jap Sam Books: LABYRINTH – Ton Kraayeveld

Design: Studio Renate Boere

Labyrinth is an exploration into Ton Kraayeveld’s ‘network in space and time’. The opening contribution by Bertus Pieters guides us through Kraayeveld’s oeuvre, his relationship to Modernism, the influence of his daily experiences and a net of well-known historical figures. A collection of exemplary paintings is accompanied by selected questions from an interview by Marie Jeanne de Rooij. Each question giving an opportunity to reflect, uncover and peak into the labyrinth of his oeuvre. Following is a text by Niek van Vugt and Madeleine Steigenga, admirers and collectors of his work. Ge van Steenbergen then briefly discusses a small green painting before a final contribution by Katja Diallo who explores the ever-constant presence of Franz Kafka throughout Kraayeveld’s works.