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The Merchant House

Statement

The first show in Amsterdam of Judit Reigl (1923, French, born in Hungary), a visionary figure of contemporary abstraction, a key contributor to its post-conceptual rebirth and unfolding. Installed in dialogue with Reigl, it explores her most recent works.

Press Release

The Merchant House is proud to present Judit Reigl (1923, French, born in Hungary), a visionary figure of contemporary abstraction, a key contributor to its post-conceptual rebirth and unfolding. Installed in dialogue with Reigl, her first show in Amsterdam explores her late five-canvas monumental series Déroulement (phase IV–anthropomorphie) 2008 and the last of Oiseaux 2012, with 15 vertical …

The Merchant House is proud to present Judit Reigl (1923, French, born in Hungary), a visionary figure of contemporary abstraction, a key contributor to its post-conceptual rebirth and unfolding. Installed in dialogue with Reigl, her first show in Amsterdam explores her late five-canvas monumental series Déroulement (phase IV–anthropomorphie) 2008 and the last of Oiseaux 2012, with 15 vertical scrolls of flying birds.

Reigl’s keen erudition and unorthodox outlook—from a non-Western (off-center) starting point—ground her concept of physical movement, from migration to inner mobility, to ward …

Location

Herengracht 254
Amsterdam, NL