Dominic van den Boogerd on René Daniëls

date datum 7 February 2008 19:00location locatie Witte de With Auditorium

Dominic van den Boogerd on René Daniëls, 7 february 2008

Dominic van den Boogerd talks about the paintings of René Daniëls (b. 1950).
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Daniëls participated in important international exhibitions such as Westkunst Heute (Cologne, 1981), Zeitgeist (Berlin, 1982) and Documenta 7 (Kassel, 1982). In the midst of the overheated art market of the early 1980s, Daniëls retained a unique position. He knew how to combine the pleasure of painting with critical, poetic and humorous allusions to the art world and to being an artist. Van den Boogerd discusses Daniëls’ work based on his own memories and on the correspondence from the time he was a student of Daniëls and stayed with the artist in New York in 1984, while Daniëls was preparing his first exhibition at Metro Pictures.

On 25 January, René Daniëls received the lifelong achievement award from the Fonds BKVB. To download the jury report, click here (Dutch only).

Dominic van den Boogerd (b. 1959) is director of De Ateliers in Amsterdam (since 1995), guest lecturer at the Fachhochschule für Kunst und Gestaltung, Bern and the Institute of Technology/Fine Arts, Dublin. Van den Boogerd has been active as an art critic since 1983 with publications in HP/De Tijd, Metropolis M, Parkett, Frieze, De Witte Raaf, Stedelijk Museum Bulletin and Art Papers. From 1993 until 1995, he was chief editor for Metropolis M. He is co-author of Marlene Dumas in the Phaidon Contemporary Artists Series (1999).

Time: 7 – 8.30 p.m.
Location: Witte de With’s auditorium
Entrance: €10,- (reduced price €7,-)
Language: English
Reservations: [email protected]

Prior to every Cornerstones lecture, Witte de With’s exhibition will remain open between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m.
On 7 February, in association with Art Rotterdam, after the Cornerstones lecture Witte de With will remain open until 10 p.m. For this occasion, TENT. has organized an elaborate evening program downstairs.

The first Cornerstones lecture by Dominic van den Boogerd coincides with Art Rotterdam