Broad and bright colour planes and carefully painted human-like figures alternate each other within the work of Sander van Deurzen. His work is full and rich, especially in contrast, but it is never ‘grey’, never meaningless or flat, because that would be a risk of hybrids. Always playful, sometimes dark and sometimes frivolous. Although his work knows forms and themes inspired by Giorgio de Chirico, thereby referring to seventeenth century still lives, it is crystallised from within the here and now.
Image rights: Sander van Deurzen, SEA Foundation
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