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KLOOSTERBOER, KLAAS printed matter

KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, invitation, ca 1984 [uitnodiging]

KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, invitation, ca 1984
8,2 x 21 cm
vintage photo copy, folded as published for mailing
published by De Selby, Amsterdam
extremely rare
inv.KK 862

 

This invitation is the first announcement ever made on behalf of a solo exhibition of Klaas Kloosterboer.

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KLOOSTERBOER, KLAAS

KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER. No title, 1992 [disk edition]

KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER. No title, 1992
diameter 24,7 cm
perforated pre-primed linen, linen bound cassette (27 x 26,5 x 1,2 cm)
edition 20, here number 5/20
signed, dated, numbered
published by Galerie van Gelder Editions, Amsterdam
pristine condition
€ 680,-

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KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, Ritueel van de bezetting / Ritual of occupation, 2002 [signed]

KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, Ritueel van de bezetting / Ritual of occupation, 2002
photo copy print, 22 pp., hand drawn cross on page 9
Dutch / English text by Kees van Gelder
translation Michael Gibbs
edition 100 of which 50 are signed and numbered
here number 17/50
published by Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam
€ 50,-

In 2002 Klaas Kloosterboer visited the renovated men’s toilet rooms at Schiphol Airport and was confronted with newly designed urinals that depict a fly target embossed on the porcelain. It matched fully with his ideas on occupying empty spaces on canvasses he was dealing with as a painter. Obviously this sight was a good reason to picture it for a photo work that he used for the cover of this publication.

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KLOOSTERBOER, KLAAS multiples prints

KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, 16168(1-11) – % covered, horizontal and vertical, 2016

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KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, 16168(10) – % covered, horizontal and vertical, 2016
each ca 29, 5 x 42 cm
lacquer, handprinted newspaper pages, 2 parts
signed, dated, numbered
edition 11
complete edition sold out

 

KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, 16168(2) – % covered, horizontal and vertical, 2016
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KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, 16168(3) – % covered, horizontal and vertical, 2016
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KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, 16168(4) – % covered, horizontal and vertical, 2016
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KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, 16168(6) – % covered, horizontal and vertical, 2016
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KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, 16168(5) – % covered, horizontal and vertical, 2016
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KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, 16168(7) – % covered, horizontal and vertical, 2016 sold
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KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, 16168(3) – % covered, horizontal and vertical, 2016
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KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, 16168(9) – % covered, horizontal and vertical, 2016
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KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, 16168(1) – % covered, horizontal and vertical, 2016
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KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, 16168(11) – % covered, horizontal and vertical, 2016kk2016-1616811-covered700

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KLOOSTERBOER, KLAAS multiples

KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, 16109, 2016

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KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, 16109, 2016
ca 3,2 x 9,2 x 4,7 cm
cardboard box, offset
signed, numbered, dated
edition 7 + 1 AP
€ 120,-

 

 

In 2008 Klaas Kloosterboer introduced for the first time curtains in his works in the exhibition ‘Partij – Wederpartij’. A theatrical setting of his white and black sprayed fabric paintings gave an exceptional movement to the gallery space, and in fact to his oeuvre. He later used this idea in the gigantic rotating installation in the Submarine Wharf / Museum Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam in 2009.

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For his show in Galerie van Gelder an invitation card was designed by the artist of which he has made a card board box (see multiple above) as part of his contribution to the group exhibition ‘After Gerolama Cardano’s suspension’ at Galerie van Gelder in Amsterdam.

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KLOOSTERBOER, KLAAS prints

KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, tussen kunstenaar en curator, 2004


KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, tussen kunstenaar en curator, 2004
15 x 10 cm
offset, passepartout, framed
signed, dated, numbered
published by Galerie van Gelder Editions, Amsterdam