During the renowed international Tefaf Artfair, the Frank Welkenhuysen Gallery will organise a duo exhibition in a pop up location right in the centre of Maastricht presented graphic work by M.C. Escher and drawings by Stefan Bleekrode.
Pop-up galerie Frank Welkenhuysen,
Back in 2015 Stefan Bleekrode had to opportunity to do a lithography project at the Dutch Museum of Lithography. With growing enthousiasm and under the guidance of masterprinter Gertjan Forrer he slowly mastered the lithographic drawing technique and all resulting prints are currently on display in a small pop-up exhibition.
Nederlands steendruk Museum,
Oranje Nassaustraat 8C,
During the Big Draw Eindhoven a series of drawings and watercolours will be exhibited at the Meet the Creators exihibition venue. Next to that I shall be present for a drawing demo during the Big Draw opening weekend at the venue.
The Big Draw Eindhoven @ Meet the Creators,
235 Heuvel Galerie,
Keine Kunst continues! The newest edition of the near legendary quarterly exhibitions at Werner Tschans' photostudio in the heart of Berne will feature drawings by Stefan Bleekrode and the work of Argentinian artist David Katzowicz.
To celebrate the fifth anniversary of gallery Pouloeuff an original drawing by Stefan Bleekrode can be won on the first of November during an event held at the gallery in historic Naarden Vesting. Until then this piece will be on display at the gallery for everyone to see. Please visit this link http://galeriepouloeuff5jaar.nl/ to join in!
The Frank Welkenhuysen gallery proudly presents works by the renowned graphic artist M.C. Escher together with a number of pieces made by his teacher Jesserun Samuel de Mesquita.
At the same time three drawings by Stefan Bleekrode will go on display as well.
Galerie Frank Welkenhuysen,
Lichte Gaard 3,
Cabinet Exhibition is a group show that presents the work of several international emerging artists. Based on the concept of the early modern ‘Cabinets of Curiosities’, this exhibition draws together painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, video and other more contemporary practices, all arranged in a unconventional display. The result is a sort of arrhythmic mosaic intended to prese
Islington Arts Factory,
2 Parkhurst Road,
BlackLamb addresses the necessity and opportunity for an occurrence that challenges the status quo in art, something other than art-fairs, biennales and galleries, a new option for the artists as well as for the public, a valuable alternative art circuit.
Oude Mechelse Vleeshalle,