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films VAN WARMERDAM, MARIJKE

MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, Voetbal, 1995 [VHS tape, signed, numbered]

MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, Voetbal, 1995
9′ 02″, VHS tape
edition 10
signed, numbered
privécollectie K. van Gelder, Amsterdam
inv.MvW 227-pr

Ref. video film Voetbal, 1995, excerpt

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MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, Luchtvaart Vijfje, 2019 [silver coin]

MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, Luchtvaart Vijfje, 2019
5,4 x 8,6 cm
commemorative silver coin, coin card
edition 15.000
published by Koninklijke Nederlandse Munt, Houten, Netherlands
condition: BU (Brilliant Uncirculated)

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prints VAN WARMERDAM, MARIJKE

MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, Hear there, everywhere, 1989-1990 [screen print on postcard]

MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, Hear there, everywhere, 1989-1990
10,5 x 15 cm
postcard; offset, screen print
published by the artist
Collection K. van Gelder, Amsterdam
inv.MvW 37-39-pr

“In the United States, which Van Warmerdam first visited in 1989, the telephone buttons can be used for both numbers and letters. This led her to replace the meaningless letters with the words ‘Hear, there, every, where’, as though these words can be seen or heard while dialing. The postcard was produced by the artist herself; the four short words are silk-screen printed onto the card.”
From text by Kees van Gelder in catalogue ‘Close by in the distance’ (2011), p. 35.

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prints VAN WARMERDAM, MARIJKE

MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, Daar is de zon, 2021

MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, Daar is de zon / There is the sun, 2021
42 x 21,7 cm
digital print on matte paper
signed, numbered
edition 20 + 10 AP
published by More Publishers, Brussels, Belgium

Repetition and doubling is one of the favorite motives Marijke van Warmerdam applies in her films and photo works. In this print a picture from her childhood shows her energetically pointing into the air.

“There is the sun” is characteristic for Van Warmerdam’s way of thinking when it comes to how things change position in past, present and future. It is one of her recurring main themes, i.e. anticipating on what comes and reflecting on what happened before. Here Marijke van Warmerdam mirrored a snapshot taken during her early years. Due to its doubling it seems that the child refers to the sun’s changing position in time.
KvG

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MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, Switch, 2020 [light box]

MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, Switch, 2020
46 x 46 x 6 cm
light box, metal frame, electric power chord, plug
edition 10 + 5 AP
signed, numbered
published by More Publishers, Brussels, Belgium
p.o.r. at info@morepublishers.be

 

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printed matter VAN WARMERDAM, MARIJKE

MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, Weather Forecast, 2019 [poster Kunsthal KADE]

MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, Weather Forecast, 2019
41.9 x 29.8 cm
offset poster
published by Kunsthal KADE, Amersfoort, Netherlands
inv.MvW 716

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printed matter VAN WARMERDAM, MARIJKE

MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, “Weather forecast”, 2019 [film still on coaster]

MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, “Weather forecast”, film still on coaster, 2019
9.4 x 9.4 cm
edition unknown
issued on behalf of group exhibition “Videoland” at Kunsthal Kade, Amersfoort, Netherlands

Kunsthal KADE in Amersfoort is celebrating a 10 years anniversary with “Videoland”, a group exhibition with videos of Matt Calderwood, IsaacJulien, Ragnar Kjartansson, Christian Marclay, Hans Op de Beeck, Nira Pereg, Tom Pnini, Martin & Inge Riebeek, Guido van de Werve and Marijke van Warmerdam.

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artist's books photographs prints VAN WARMERDAM, MARIJKE

MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, Underwater I, 2008 [2 tipped in photo prints]

MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, Underwater I, 2008
each 19,9 x 13,6 cm
2 digital prints in book by Dutch poet Rozalie Hirs, 16 pp.
signed and numbered on last page
edition 100
published by Uitgeverij 69, Hiversum, Netherlands

 

 

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MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, Morning glory, 2014

MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, Morning glory, 2014
30,5 x 25 cm
inkjet print
edition 3 + 1 AP
p.o.r.

 

Marijke van Warmerdam often uses image and title as two dissimilar entities living in symbiosis. Such a combination emphasizes elements of what is already literally shown in the image itself. In this work it is a combination of time and the light of a photographed running iPad apparently switched on in the morning when one gets up. KvG

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MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, In de verte, 2012

MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, In de verte, 2012
18,7 x 25 cm
colour photo on dibond; recto and verso, wooden ledge
signed, numbered, dated, edition 40  
published by Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands  € 600,-  October 2011  

In this double sided film still Marijke van Warmerdam’s hands are shown sliding across the slats of Venetian blinds. At the other side of the photo another moment is depicted taken from her film ‘Light’ from 2010. Here two moments in one are literally put on display, but cannot be seen simultaneously. The latter being both a strategy of fetching reality and a trademark of the artist.