Carel Blotkamp (1945-) - TAT

Description
Carel Blotkamp (1945-) - TAT
Silkscreen/Serigraph - Not signed - 2006

Carel Hendrik Blotkamp (Zeist, 1945) is a Dutch artist and emeritus professor of modern art at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. Blotkamp studied art history from 1963-1968 at the University of Utrecht, where he taught history of modern art from 1969. He was co-founder and editor of the art magazines Simiolus and Jong Holland and wrote reviews for Vrij Nederland, NRC Handelsblad and De Volkskrant. Blotkamp has been active as an artist since 1967 and has exhibited many times. In 2007, Museum De Pont dedicated an exhibition to his work. Often texts form the starting point for his visual work. In addition, the history of modern art has been a theme for years. Recent work refers to Henri Matisse, Kazimir Malevitsj and Barnett Newman.

This painting comes from the company collection of EY.

Lot details
Title of artwork
TAT
Period
2000-2009
Year
2006
Technique
Silkscreen/Serigraph
Signature
Not signed
Condition
Good
Image size
100×120 cm
Sold with frame
Yes
Total dimensions
185×150×7 cm
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