The artist Anouk Griffioen brings together different landscapes and subjects in monumental charcoal drawings. She creates a world into which the viewer can easily disappear. In her art, she addresses the conflict between man and nature, city and landscape and the ever-expanding growth of the cities that compromises the quality of life. By bringing vegetation back into the cultivated environment, Griffioen appeals to our deep-rooted longing for nature. It is the place to leave the beaten track, and come to new insights. Sporadically, a human shape seems to dissolve into the background. However, the figures never become explicit. It seems hard to believe that the enormous drawings are made with charcoal. 'How is it made?' That is one of the most frequently asked questions. Do you also want to know how these works of art are created, come to the Erasmus Gallery and see for yourself as Anouk Griffioen will create work on the spot in the next few months!*
Anouk Griffioen - 'Natur' Erasmus Gallery from May 22th until August 17th
Anouk Griffioen will (most likely) be present on the Thursdays, throughout the day.
Location Erasmus Gallery: Erasmus University Rotterdam, Erasmus building (corridor between Theil Building C-hal and Aula Erasmus Building). Burgemeester Oudlaan 50, 3062 PA Rotterdam
Info EUR Art Affairs - E firstname.lastname@example.org. T: +31 (0)10 - 40 82 802.
Opening hours EG Mon-Fri 9:00-18:00