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text roberto voorbij Although Frida Kahlo died in the 1950’s her work and life are still inspiring artists from all over the world. Frida’s free spirit makes her a figurehead of feminism even today. Her tormented life story makes that … Continue reading
Honored to be selected for this new initiative by Saatchi Art! 200 artist have been chosen for the launch of Limited: “a new way to buy limited edition prints by top emerging artists from around the world”. ‘Portrait 36: Kandinsky.’ … Continue reading
image AT5 & roberto voorbij text roberto voorbij Last week some of my artworks were part of the ‘Dump Trump’ group exhibition at WG Kunst Amsterdam. Amongst others the assemblage ‘Bad habit’ in which I present nationalism as a form … Continue reading
The first Dutch festival entirely dedicated to the animated GIF took place last weekend at the Amsterdam Volkshotel. In a sense a kind of film festival in which the entries have been reduced to just a few frames, endlessly repeating, … Continue reading
image eric marechal text roberto voorbij Street art pasted by Eric Marechal initiator of Street Art Without Borders and co-founder, along with Fabi Futata, of The ArtFabric. For both initiatives goes that Marechal takes the art of street artists to … Continue reading
image roberto voorbij Matthew Hoffman – You are beautiful (Rijksmuseum – Amsterdam, 2014).
Originally intended as a sketch for the short vid The ideal crash. This photo collage can be considered as a work in itself. Roberto Voorbij – The ideal crash (2014).
No lines Roberto Voorbij – Freeway (2014).
text and image roberto voorbij What makes the work of Navid Nuur so special is his ability to combine the inquiring with the personal, with the poetic, with the metaphysical even. Whether it concerns the dissection of a fluorescent tube … Continue reading
text and image roberto voorbij Without doubt one of the most gripping artworks I have seen this year. The tightly aligned arrangement of 166 helmets plus sound installation / performance titled Guantanamo Museum by Spanish artist Alicia Framis. The bright … Continue reading