German artists Oliver Lanz (1971) is an artist whose abstract work is greatly influenced by light and colour. Inspiration is found in nature and the word around him. His work follows no strict rules or motives, spontaneity is what drives him. His poetic light paintings are an adventure into a new world, where colour and light guide us. Lanz has been awarded various grands, and his work has been shown in numerous galleries in Europe and the U.S.A.
Dutch artist Hans de Wit (1952) bring us into a futuristic world with his drawings. A place where organic and architectural forms are entangled. Panoramic views of landscapes make us step back, small details invite us to look closer. We look at a world where a different evolution has occurred. A new world with recognizable details, but as well strange foreign objects. Hans de Wit his work has been exhibited in the Netherlands and abroad. His work is represented in numerous collections of important Dutch museums like the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen Rotterdam.
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