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herman de vries

rosa damascena (detail), 1984-present

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56th Venice Biennale
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herman de vries
Dutch, b. 1931
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Early in his career, painter herman de vries (who uses all lowercase letters as a symbol of his …

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Early in his career, painter herman de vries (who uses all lowercase letters as a symbol of his belief in equality) embraced randomness as an organizing principle. From 1961-66, he was a member of the Nul Group—a cohort of artists that included Henk Peeters, Jan Schoonhoven, and Armando—with whom he produced wall …

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Photo: Christian Blei, Stuttgart
herman de vries
Dutch, b. 1931
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Early in his career, painter herman de vries (who uses all lowercase letters as a symbol of his …

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Early in his career, painter herman de vries (who uses all lowercase letters as a symbol of his belief in equality) embraced randomness as an organizing principle. From 1961-66, he was a member of the Nul Group—a cohort of artists that included Henk Peeters, Jan Schoonhoven, and Armando—with whom he produced wall …

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herman de vries

rosa damascena (detail), 1984-present

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