Ed van der Kooy
With a series of paintings on paper, Ed van der Kooy (The Hague, 1956) reflects on the current juncture, in which an erratic pandemic, racial riots and an ongoing climate crisis dominate the news reports.
Sometimes the images are dark and violent. Sometimes they seem idyllic because there is a catch that disturbs the dream. Painterly, too, nothing is self-evident.
This exhibition will also feature work by second-year students of the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague. This work is a prelude to their own exhibition Room with a view.