Winter 2017 Artist in Residence,

Remy Jungerman

 

Solo exhibition:  February 4 – April 26, 2017
Opening performance: February 4, 2017, 5:00 PM

 

2015 FODU composition 24 detail – cotton textile, kaolin (pimba), wood – 410 x 270 x 35 cm photo© Aatjan Renders

Remy Jungerman, a Netherlands based multi-media artist, is the Winter 2017 artist in residence at HVCCA. Born 1959 in the small Maroon community of Moengo in Surinam, on the northern Atlantic coast of South America, Jungerman has, for the last two and a half decades, made his home in the Netherlands. His work is an intersection between the African textile designs of Surinam and Dutch artists of the De Stijl movement, including Mondrian. Afro-Surinamese spirituality, or Winti, is his dominant theme.

Remy Jungerman’s work was featured in numerous publications and has been acquired by various institutions and private collectors worldwide including: Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam; Gemeente Museum, The Hague,  Museum Het Domein Sittard; Zeeuws Museum Middelburg; NAI Rotterdam; Fries Museum Leeuwarden; Africa Museum Berg en Dal; Museum for Modern Art, Arnhem; Rennies Collection, Vancouver; Art Omi Collection, NY; and The Francis J. Greenburger Collection, NY. He attended the Academy for Higher Arts and Cultural Studies, Paramaribo (Suriname), before moving to Amsterdam where he studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy.

He attended the Academy for Higher Arts and Cultural Studies, Paramaribo (Suriname), before moving to Amsterdam where he studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy. With his art, Remy tries to connect continents, weaving Surinamese traditional rituals textiles with the geometrical lines of Modernism.

This exhibition and residency is sponsored, in part, by NEA, the Dutch Consulate, Mondriaan Fund, and the Netherland-America Foundation.

 

 

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