The ABN AMRO art collection in Circl

At the photo from left to right: Marijke van Warmerdam - 'Another day'; Thomas Schütte - 'Grosse Geister (Figur Nr. 15 en Nr. 17)'; Ian Dawson - '111'. Photo: Gert Jan van Rooijen

In the presentation in the basement work by young and rising talent has been combined with that of well-known, more established artists. The selection of the works has been generally linked with the theme 'circularity' and the continual tension between nature and culture. This ranges from reuse and artistic appropriation in work by Marijn van Kreij, to the use of existing materials in Remy Jungerman's Communication Tree. And from the documentary photographs by Henk Wildschut, which gently portray the makeshift circular shelter as an archetype, to the work of Roland Schimmel who engages with natural phenomena.

Some art works from the presentation:

Roland Schimmel

Title: Pacific Sunset (2006)
 
Material and technique: acrylic (airbrush) on canvas
Size: 400 x 500 cm
 
Photo: Gert Jan van Rooijen

Henk Wildschut

Title, from left to right: 'Ville de Calais, from Jungle to City' (2016); 'Ville de Calais, Shelter' (2009); 'Ville de Calais, from Jungle to City' (2016)
 
Material and technique: Lambda C-prints
Sizes: 60 x 80 cm
 
Photo: Gert Jan van Rooijen

Ian Dawson

Title: 111 (1999)
 
Material and technique: plastic 
Size: 229 x 335 x 132 cm
 
Photo: Gert Jan van Rooijen

Saskia Noor van Imhoff and others

Title, from left to right: '#+28.05.02' (2017), 'Second Spade 04' (2016), 'Untitled (Picasso, The Artist and his Model, 1964)' (2013)
 
Material and technique: divers materials
Size: divers sizes
 
Photo: Gert Jan van Rooijen

Remy Jungerman

Title: Communication tree (2004)
 
Material and technique: telecommunications wires and cable ties 
Size: 400 x 460 cm
 
Photo: Gert Jan van Rooijen