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Marjolijn de Wit

Stone and Rubble, 2018
Oil on canvas
62.99 x 51.18 inches
160 x 130 cm

GALLERY

Asya Geisberg

PRICE RANGE

$5,000-$10,000

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ARTIST
Marjolijn de Wit

Stone and Rubble, 2018
Oil on canvas
62.99 x 51.18 inches
160 x 130 cm

GALLERY

Asya Geisberg

PRICE RANGE

$5,000-$10,000
MONTHLY PRICE
$85.00

Interested in buying this artwork directly? Reach out here.

Fully insured on your wall
Your artwork will be fully insured during your loan period.
We cover delivery and installation
We’ll work around your schedule to set up your delivery and installation.
All monthly fees go towards owning
100% of the fees you pay are deducted from the artwork purchase price.
ARTIST
Marjolijn de Wit
ABOUT
Amsterdam-based Marjolijn de Wit’s (b. 1979, The Netherlands) ceramic photographic collages, installations, and paintings explore ideas of future archeology, the interpretation of history, and our relationship with nature and the built environment. Her installations use unclassified ceramic pieces resembling artifacts, while her collages incorporate found images in combination with raw, glazed, or photo-printed ceramics, and act as inspiration for her paintings. Large in scale, her naturalistic paintings of the small ceramic collages cause the viewer to question what is real –– what is ceramic, or a painting of ceramic. Ultimately, her collaged aesthetic fuses modern and traditional materials to concoct a meta-archeological compendium of our modern world. By providing only pieces of a whole, the artist shifts between historical purveyor and visual trickster, leaving us to imagine not only her conjured histories, but how others will eventually imagine ours.
CAREER ACHIEVEMENTS
ABOUT
Located in Chelsea since 2010, Asya Geisberg Gallery presents a visually-eclectic and conceptually-focused program of thought-provoking contemporary art. The gallery showcases art that translates across multiple arenas of discourse, art history, and culture by young emerging artists as well as internationally established artists. The program includes artist talks, performances, art demonstrations, book receptions and other events open to the public.
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ARTIST
Marjolijn de Wit
ABOUT
Amsterdam-based Marjolijn de Wit’s (b. 1979, The Netherlands) ceramic photographic collages, installations, and paintings explore ideas of future archeology, the interpretation of history, and our relationship with nature and the built environment. Her installations use unclassified ceramic pieces resembling artifacts, while her collages incorporate found images in combination with raw, glazed, or photo-printed ceramics, and act as inspiration for her paintings. Large in scale, her naturalistic paintings of the small ceramic collages cause the viewer to question what is real –– what is ceramic, or a painting of ceramic. Ultimately, her collaged aesthetic fuses modern and traditional materials to concoct a meta-archeological compendium of our modern world. By providing only pieces of a whole, the artist shifts between historical purveyor and visual trickster, leaving us to imagine not only her conjured histories, but how others will eventually imagine ours.
CAREER ACHIEVEMENTS
ABOUT
Located in Chelsea since 2010, Asya Geisberg Gallery presents a visually-eclectic and conceptually-focused program of thought-provoking contemporary art. The gallery showcases art that translates across multiple arenas of discourse, art history, and culture by young emerging artists as well as internationally established artists. The program includes artist talks, performances, art demonstrations, book receptions and other events open to the public.
LEARN MORE >
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