Marcel van Eeden's drawings are characterized by the use of visual resources taken from the cinema, mainly from the aesthetics of film noir and in general classical cinema. Although, in a kind of return to the medium from which he obtains his images, in recent times he has launched into the production of moving images. But, he is doing it in a state-of-the-art medium such as the production of games, which we cannot qualify as video-games, given their non-digital visual presentation, on the contrary, easily identifiable with analog aesthetics.
In the last trip to Indonesia we had the opportunity to know the work of Ima Novilasari (1991, Blitar, Indonesia), who studied at the School of Art and Design of Surakarta. An artist/craftswoman who, although young, has a long experience in the field of tapestry, has developed among others a collaborative work with husbands and mothers "Visualization of the meaning of kinship through the Tapestry", a work that shows that during work in the group elaboration of tapestries other values arise
With the name Reinventing the representation: Dutch interwar art, 28 works from the Kunstmuseum Den Haag, the Netherlands, are exhibited in the IVAM Valencia, in addition to some more belonging to the IVAM collections, also from that historical period (George Grosz, Max Beckmann and Otto Dix). Of the 28 works coming from The Hague, 11 of them are by Charley Toorop.
This post is a continuation of the one published in November 2019 "Charley Toorop in the IVAM Valencia and the social realism". In that we refer, to the thread of the comment on the exhibition that was being held at the IVAM at that time Reinventing the representation: Dutch interwar art ―with an abundant presence of works by Charley Toorop―, to the linking of the work of this artist with that of her father Jan Toorop, and now we have to refer to the work of her son John Fernhaut (John Ferno in the credits of the movie The Spanish Earth)