Artist: Marloes der Kinderen
Fine art pigment print, formaat 15x10cm, wordt geleverd met certificaat, ongesigneerd en ongenummerd.
Dit is een eenmalige aanbieding die loopt tot 13 december 2020.
Bij online bestelling wordt de print voor Kerst 2020 per post geleverd.
Domestic (series produced in 2019): In this series, Marloes der Kinderen expresses feelings of being confined, constrained like a hostage, in one’s own home.
Marloes der Kinderen (born 1957, Eindhoven), studied Fine Art at the Royal Academy for Fine Art in ‘s Hertogenbosch. She was running in her early twenties a Modern Art gallery in Eindhoven. She completed her education as fine art teacher at TeHaTex in Tilburg and worked in the eighties at two high schools.
Der Kinderen established an itinerary art school, Artedu, in the nineties on different locations in France, Belgium and the Netherlands in which she attracted both leading artists and teachers such as Rob Nypels, Bert Verhoeff, Marc Mildner and many others. She organised workshops on drawing, painting, photography, music, philosophy and writing courses.
As part of Artedu, Der Kinderen developed an art-training program entitled CREAM (Creative Active Management Development). CREAM combines rightbrain drawing and management strategies for entrepreneurs.
In 1998 she initiated a Maison d’Hôtes ‘La Grande Maison’ in Chanteuges (Auvergne, France). Chanteuges has become a permanent centre for Artedu, and also houses a atelier where Der Kinderen has finally time to return to her own creative work: painting, collage and photography.
Marloes der Kinderen currently splits her time between Chanteuges, and her ‘winter home’ on the Island of Marken (near Amsterdam).
Exhibitions: Summer exhibition, Gemeentemuseum, The Hague (2012). Summer exhibition, Museum De Fundatie, Zwolle (2017). WTC Gallery Rotterdam (2018-2019). KunstaanZ, Deventer (2019). GNG Galerie d’Art Contemporain, solo exhibition Paris (2019). ‘Le Pensée Sauvage’, solo exhibition, Pebrac, Auvergne (2019). WM Gallery, solo exhibition, Amsterdam (2020).