Fabian Knecht changes patterns of perception and action, transgresses art concepts and power structures, and questions social relations and norms by countering them with strong and provocative images.

Cees Andriessen

the eye invisible
Paper is Cees Andriessen’s artistic medium, with particular emphasis on woodcuts; his form of expression is a formal abstract vocabulary. Powerful pictorial symbols run throughout his works, in endless variations. He uses symbols with great assurance and formal certainty; the dialogue that occurs on the paper also draws in – unavoidably – the viewer. Andriessen’s woodcuts, as well as his drawings, are striking thanks to their sensibility. They never give the impression of the transitory, of something quickly sketched, although they may well be the products of quick brushwork. The works possess something timeless; they remind us of archetypical symbols. Words word can only attempt to describe what we actually see.

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"Cees Andriessen"

November 2007

ISBN 978-3-86678-109-2

24,00 x 29,50 cm

112 Pages

91 colored illustrations

Hardcover, bound, without dust-jacket, without slipcase

Languages: German, English

Museum Goch, Goch
Andreas Altmann, Mischa Andriessen, Stephan Mann, Erik Schönenberg
Text by
Andreas Altmann, Mischa Andriessen, Stephan Mann, Erik Schönenberg
The illustrated book was published on the occasion of the exhibition “Cees Andriessen”, 2007/2008, Museum Goch, Goch. Exhibitions in 2008 will follow at Städtisches Kunstmuseum Spendhaus, Reutlingen, Schloss Burgk (Thüringen) and Apeldoorn (Netherlands).

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