Marijn van Kreij

The Passenger
Galerie Paul Andriesse, Amsterdam
February 5 - March 19, 2011


Exhibition documentation

Marijn van Kreij, The Passenger
Installation view (left to right): Untitled (Breugel), 2010-11; Schizophrenia Is Taking Me Home, 2010; Talking Heads ‘77, 2010; Untitled
(Abstract Painting, 1964)
, 2010; Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black) - Take 18, 2008-ongoing; Erased Magazine Ad, 2009; Untitled (Nirvana) #36, #32,
#37
, 2006-ongoing; Untitled, 2009

 

Marijn van Kreij, The Passenger
Installation view (left to right): Untitled (Nirvana) #36, #32, #37, 2006-ongoing; Untitled, 2009; Untitled (Tags: Red, Green, Blue, Ellsworth Kelly), 2009;
Untitled (Fountain)
, 2010

 

Marijn van Kreij, The Passenger
Installation view (left to right): Mr. Beerbelly in a Cartoon Graveryard, 2010; Talking with the Taxman About Poetry, 2010-11; Untitled (Department PD),
2010; Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black) - Take 18, 2008-ongoing; Untitled (True Artist, Fake Hustler), 2010-2011; Untitled (Like A Skipping Record)
#1, #2
, 2010


For the second part of the exhibition I put together a groupshow with works by artists of the gallery or from the private collection of Paul Andriesse and I
invited a few artists to contribute with specific works. The idea was that both exhibitions would influence each other on different levels. On view were works
of the following artists: Gwenneth Boelens, René Daniëls, Maria Eichhorn, Daan van Golden, Richard Hamilton, Bas van den Hurk, Henri Jacobs,
Michael Landy, Oliver Laric, Sol LeWitt, Ann Lislegaard, Christian Marclay, Duane Michals, Jan van de Pavert, A.R. Penck, Sigmar Polke, Yutaka Sone,
Christopher Williams and Ian Wilson.

Marijn van Kreij, The Passenger
Installation view (left to right): René Daniëls, Untitled (voor Paul), 1985; Ann Lislegaard, Double Vision, 2004;
Yutaka Sone, Untitled (Rollercoasterhand), 1999; Michael Landy, H.2.N.Y. The edifice reduced itself to shambles in half an hour, 2007

 

Marijn van Kreij, The Passenger
Installation view (left to right): Sol LeWitt, Wall Drawing 124: Horizontal not straight lines, 1972; Gwenneth Boelens, Hand-Wall, 2007; Bas van den Hurk,
Untitled, 2010; Christopher Williams, Rina, Jabon De Lavar “Lava, Limpia, Dura Mas”, 200 gr. Douglas M. Parker Studio, Los Angeles, California,
November 8, 2004
, 2006; Jan van de Pavert, Three Workmen in a Library, 2003/2009

 

Marijn van Kreij, The Passenger
Installation view (left to right): Sol LeWitt, Wall Drawing 124: Horizontal not straight lines, 1972; Gwenneth Boelens, Hand-Wall, 2007; Bas van den Hurk,
Untitled
, 2010; Christopher Williams, Rina, Jabon De Lavar “Lava, Limpia, Dura Mas”, 200 gr. Douglas M. Parker Studio, Los Angeles, California,
November 8, 2004
, 2006

 

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Left: Sol LeWitt, Wall Drawing 124: Horizontal not straight lines, 1972; Right: Oliver Laric, Versions, 2010

 

Marijn van Kreij, The Passenger
Sol LeWitt, Wall Drawing 124: Horizontal not straight lines, 1972


Wall Drawing #124,
Horizontal not straight lines, 1972
Each drafter draws one not straight horizontal line from the left side of the wall to the right. The lines should not touch.
There are as many lines as drafters; each draws one.

Pencil.

First installation: California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA

First drawn by: C. Kaufman, S. Kuffler, M. Mullican, R. Rosenwasser, J. Stein, J. Welling
March 1972

Drawn by: Roy Villevoye, Fransje Killaars, Jan van de Pavert, Gwenneth Boelens, Wytske van Keulen, Evi Vingerling, Nickel van Duijvenboden,
Elisabeth de Vires, Piet Dirkx, Wim Starkenburg, Bas van den Hurk, Paul Andriesse, Marien Schouten, Marijn van Kreij, Noor Mertens, Maxim de Nooij.
February 2011

Courtesy Estate of Sol LeWitt



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