CATCH ’22 at Frank Taal Galerie shows work by 22 artists from its program, supplemented with some works by guest artists. Is CATCH '22 a catch-22?
Tom Woestenborghs is a painter pur sang without a brush and paint. Jan ten Have paints with glass, the monumental museum installations of Los Angeles artist David Dimichele in reality fit on his kitchen table. Mike Ottink draws and paints light and sound that are beyond our perception… Is purchasing a painting of ice by Daan den Houter a catch-22? For many, probably yes, for others certainly not; The spectator chooses which lens he wants to see through…
A catch-22 is a paradoxical situation in which it is impossible to achieve a desired outcome because the 'rules' do not allow it due to contradictions. The term originates from the novel Catch-22 by Joseph Heller (1961), which describes a general situation in which an individual must accomplish two actions that are mutually dependent on the other action, which must be completed first (source Wikipedia ).
The group exhibition CATCH ’22 is an incentive to grab the new year by the hand and give an inspiring start to 2022!
Een groupshow with work by:
Aeneas Wilder, Bram Braam, Carl Berg, Daan den Houter, Daniel Mullen, David Dimichele, Erik Sep, Frank Taal, Gerben Mulder, Hester Scheurwater, Isabelle Borges, Jan ten Have, Manfred Peckl, Marilou van Lierop, Mike Ottink, Pieter jan Martyn, Roderik Henderson, Rutger de Vries ism Gjalt Producties, Saminte Ekeland, Stephen j Shanabrook, Ties Ten Bosch, Tom Woestenborghs, Tycho van Zomeren, Wolfgang Ganter