Annelise Coste, Mark Kent, George Korsmit, Jan Rothuizen.
Luck is for losers
Drawings on paper by Annelise Coste, French Born 1973, working in Zürich for the last couple of years. Exhibiting in Kunsthalle Basel and st.Gallen, in Villa Arson and Migros museum a/o.
Paintings on paper by Mark Kent, Irish born 1972, working in Amsterdam after finishing the Rijksacademy last year.
Sketches on paper by George Korsmit, 1953, working in Amsterdam. He draws with colour and light on paper to start counting for his paintings. Additional light in a box.
Drawings, photo’s, slides and prints on paper in an installation by Jan Rothuizen, 1968, working in Amsterdam after a residency in Berlin for over a year.
A performance documentary and confrontational comedy about the relationship between the artist and his/her audience. Speaking in an abstract language, vaguely resembling French, the creator and protagonist of the film, Pierre, Later revealed to be Tony, An american boy Hungry for attention, tries to gain understanding and approval from the world around him and the film’s audience. in his attempts to communicate his thoughts and frustration he is rejected and shunned. His display of obvious pain meets the laughter of his audience, leaving him to come to one conclusion on what the audience wants from him. Anthony Howard (1976, lives and works in new york) is filmmaker and actor.
“I laughed and I cried, it was much better than cats”-Anthony howard
“Anthony howard is anthony howard” – anthony howard