Elaborate wooden artworks by Ron van der Ende depicting cars, spacecraft, tree stumps and other artefacts are illustrated in this book. The wooden artworks of the Dutch sculptor come to life in the form of monumental constructed bas-reliefs, almost flat sculptures, which create striking spatial effects. In 2014, van der Ende made his one hundredth bas-relief, this artwork triggered the conception of this book. For over 25 years, van der Ende has been building up an impressive oeuvre, marked by the consistency and concentration of its content, and by the skill and perseverance of its maker. All the artworks feel contemporary yet their surface is weathered by time and light, worn by human touch. The artist collects discarded doors, furniture and panelling that are deconstructed, sawn into thin boards and become part of his immense colour archive.
The Factory Set is richly illustrated to showcase the artist`s career portfolio, detailing his trademark wall-mounted bas-reliefs constructed from found wood and salvaged materials. An in-depth essay written by the artist is included, along with a number of texts by Frits van Dongen, Jannet de Goede, Hester Keijser and Braden King.
The book appears in conjunction with an exhibition of the same name in the Kunsthal, Rotterdam. The exhibition is open to the public from 20 December 2014 till 1 March 2015.
Taal / Language : English
292 x 227 x 28 mm
Frame Publishers BV
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