Last Saturday the exhibition ‘Earth is smaller than thought’, which I kind of suggested Frank Taal to make and host in his very own gallery, opened. It was a great opening of what I think became a really good show. Apart from my own, (new) work of Marijke Appelman, Hans Citroen, Daan den Houter and Matrijs van Merg are on display. It’s open until march 12 and I’ll be informing you all on an especially entertaining lecture I’m planning on having take place there as well.
Anyway, above is a picture of my work ‘Homey Universalis on Order’ (14 big ol’ black characters (ca. 25 centimeters high) attached to the wall), which is part of the ‘Homey Universalis on…’ series. It’s partly covered by Elfie Tromp and Stefan Tijs (good people), who are both in the book business and might therefore both be drawn to the writing on the wall. Practically all the work in the exhibition is for sale, but if you’re on a tight budget I also made a limited amount of screen prints of this particular piece which comes down to an even fifty euros (€ 50,-), signed and numbered.