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Vestibulum 6 Sarah van Sonsbeeck. Moles of Modernism

Sarah van Sonsbeeck. Moles of Modernism is the sixth exhibition in the series Vestibulum. This title refers to the place where the exhibitions take place: the former entrance to the museum in the building designed by architect Henry van de Velde and opened in 1938. Every six months, the museum invites an artist to create a presentation for this now rather undefined space, which in some way relates to the place, the history of the museum or the collection.

This exhibition by Sarah van Sonsbeeck (Utrecht, 1976) is a playful ode to art history and chance, which is often the defining factor in life. Scattered throughout the spaces of the former museum entrance and outside in the grass, you will find more than eighty ‘molehills’ made of bronze, glass, ceramics, wax, rubber, plaster and even birdseed. All these materials refer to works of art in the Kröller-Müller Museum collection.
Paperback | Dutch & English | 24 pages | 2022
Author: Tijs Goldschmidt
Publisher: Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo
Dimensions: 24,1 x 17,5 x 0,6 cm.
Weight: 130 gram
ISBN 9789073313699
Article number:  1000570
€9,95 Incl. tax
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