Fast-rising painter Avery Preesman (b. 1968) is self-taught, his only training consisting of the guidance he received at the Ateliers in Amsterdam from 1992 to 1994. Preesman is the recipient of the first Theo Wolvecamp prize and was cited by Chris Dercon, director of the Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum for “the open and original way in which (he) breaks new ground in Dutch painting and his invigorating approach to painting in general.” This publication contains a selection of his work, both sculptures and paintings, as well as texts by Chris Dercon, Maarten van Hinte, Larry Rinder (California College of Arts and Crafts), and Hans Reust (Kunsthalle Bern).
Boek & Houtsnede (Editie van S.M.A.K. in Gent, formaat: 81,2 cm x 58,5 cm)
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