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Patty Morgan

November 24 · Issue #83 · View online

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with new art online, new show soon, Jezus saves and everything related

Straight from the studio! Steven van Lummel
Steven van Lummel in a corner
Steven van Lummel in a corner
I’ve known Steven van Lummel for 20 years now. I see him as a social sculpture - similar to his graduation project for the KABK. He founded SBSC (Stichting ter Bevordering der Sociale Contacten) and got his whole social circle involved. Basically his entire network graduated the KABK. Slowly SBSC turned into the PIP, a legendary club in The Hague. 
His autonomous art is the one thing he does alone. It’s his outlet with a language that follows and visualizes a common thread that slowly starts to be shaped abstract. I see this as his trace, his grip and roots. In this manner, he can always find his way back while traveling to the future. A modern-day Steven en Gretel story. 
Steven made a lot of artworks during his residency at Het HEM. Steven lived in this old munition factory for three months when it just opened, and also during the first and second lockdown. To celebrate this long creation period and the launch of our new website, Steven is putting all of this work on his Patty profile for you to buy
'The trauma of a child is no different than the trauma of dog' € 4.452
'The trauma of a child is no different than the trauma of dog' € 4.452
'In any conversation trouble can find it's way nr' €530,-
'In any conversation trouble can find it's way nr' €530,-
Next show: Mees van Rijckevorsel - 'Indistinct Chatter'
The artist in his studio
The artist in his studio
I visited Mees van Rijckevorsel and his lovely studio and woah, I’m looking forward to December 10th. Our hallway will be taken over by him and we’ll be opening the exhibition with our usual festivities (🍺). DEVILS AMONG THE TAILORS’ by Gijs Assmann and Fakhim Arash will still be on view too, double fun. Mark you calendula, more info here.
Photography: Bart Eysink Smeets
'Meeuw op meeuw', photo on matte photo paper, 30x20cm, 2017, edition of 12
'Meeuw op meeuw', photo on matte photo paper, 30x20cm, 2017, edition of 12
Behold above: my electronic identity towards you and me standing on it, depicted by an innocent bird and his silly plastic twin. You’re reading the words of the hyperreal Patty right now and I’m thriving on her. The more I look at it, the more I feel connected to it. Am I spiraling now? Felt philosophical for a rare second. 
Twelve of you can get this piece on their wall, with free unsolicited interpretation by digital me. Click here for more info and scale size provided by a veggie. 
Drawing: Ben van der Wel
'who's afraid of grey, grey and grey', 2020, silverpoint on paper, 49cm × 37cm
'who's afraid of grey, grey and grey', 2020, silverpoint on paper, 49cm × 37cm
Sometimes I would like to be a little topical in my newsletters and Ben van der Wel is giving me a hand. Get it in yours.
P.S. If you like protesting, you can also protest against other things, like art.
Textile: Katerina Konarovska
'Townsfolk experience', woven cotton, 180×130×0.3cm, 2020, edition of 13
'Townsfolk experience', woven cotton, 180×130×0.3cm, 2020, edition of 13
This huge woven tapestry might make you feel welcome, might make you feel like a voyeur. Most townsfolk seem aware of your presence, waving or pointing at you. Others merely minding their own business. A woven play in depth and focus. With coloured blurbs shaping the peripheral landscape these detailed dwellers stand out in.
More info here.
Extra: Koos Buster in Het Parool
We hooked Oedipus up with Koos Busters so he could design their beer tap for beer tasting room In de Wildeman. Het Parool brought it in the news sphere. Read all about it.
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