In good condition, a very unique multiple which consists of four parts made by Dutch visual artist Cor van Dijk (1952). This multiple was made on behalf of Galerie Nouvelles Images (The Hague) on the occasion of its 30th anniversary, September 1990. Galerie Nouvelles Images was discontinued on the 1st of October 2018, following the death of gallery owner Erik Bos.
The steel object was chemically blackened by CHEMACO B. V. in Rotterdam. In one of the four steel objects it is signed with CvD, see the latest close-up photos. Published in a numbered print run of 400 copies, this is number 288/400.
These multiple are also five images with examples of how this multiple can be displayed, but there are still plenty of other possibilities, see the pictures.
Dimensions: Width 8.8 cm x Depth 8.8 cm x Height 2 cm.
Weight approx. 1200 g.
Cor van Dijk's steel sculptures (1952) are sleek and geometrically shaped. The material steel is inseparably linked to the realisation of the work from the design stage.
The sculptures are made up of loose, precisely fitting parts made of solid steel. These parts are cut from sheets of steel, which vary in thickness depending on the concept to be realized. By using the thickness of the steel plate as a measure in the sculpture, the mill scale, already present on the steel, remains intact.
In 2004, Van Dijk's work was crowned with the Jacob Hartog prize, according to the jury because his images were touching, tender and poetic. He lives and works in Acquoy. Source: Wikipedia.
Some scratches and oxidation on the steel, but can be overlooked when looking at the whole. Take a good look at the photos for an accurate impression of the lot on offer.
Will be well packaged and sent by registered mail via PostNL Parcel Service, inside and outside the Netherlands. Please visit our Catawiki page at catawiki.grooveydesign.nl to view more vintage-design lots.
- Cor van Dijk
- Title of artwork
- Zonder Titel - 288 / 400
- Plate signed
- Image size
- 0×0 mm
- Total dimensions
- 2×8.8×8.8 cm
- Sold with frame