Art Singel 100  
Amsterdam Contemporary Art Gallery / Galerie voor hedendaagse kunst

Art Singel 100 is 34 years active and part of the art scene of Amsterdam
The gallery is located at 8 minutes walk from the Central Station

 

 

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Alberto Carrera
Liesbeth Rahder
Herve Martijn
Judith Heinsohn
Jan van Eden

Esther Levigne
Ger Meinema
Jorge Gay Molins
Jean Bilquin

Achnaton Nassar

Philippe Bouttens
Colette Curfs
Milous Heunks
Tomoko Kawachi
Patricia Lippert
Anton Martineau
Tejo Philips
Pol Mara
Victor Pedra

Mapi Rivera
Chiel Vluggen
Marianne Vollmer
Sadik Kwaish

Andr de Jong
Maayke Schuitema

Josef Karl   
Unni Askeland
Evelyn Jansen
Harry van der Woud
Diego Pombo
Raymond Boekelder
Manolo Belzunce
Andreas Helfeld

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935005.tif (875564 bytes)De strijder, 1993
Phototransfer and ink on paper, 50x65 cm
Reference: 935005

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

935007.tif (735758 bytes)Amazone, 1993
Photocollage and ink on paper, 50x65 cm
Reference: 935007

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

975005.tif (1123942 bytes)Triple Belphoebe, 1997
Ink and monoprint on paper, 50x65 cm
Collection: Fundacion Alcort, Binefar
Reference: 975005

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

975016.tif (642986 bytes)Britomart, 1997
Ink and printer ink on paper, 50x65 cm
Note: Text of the Faerie Queene, Edmund Spenser
Reference: 975016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

975017.tif (634843 bytes)All in her snow-white smocke, 1997
Ink and printer ink on paper, 65x50 cm
Reference: 975017

Where feeling one close couched by her side,
She lightly lept out of her filed bed,
And to her weapon ran in minde to gride
The loathed leachour. But the Dame halfe ded
Through suddein feare and ghastly drerihed,
Did shrieke alowd, that through the house it rong,
And the whole familv therewith adred,
And to the troubled chamber all in armes did throng.

And those six Knights that Ladies Champions,
And eke the Redcrosse knight ran to the stownd,
Halfe armd and halfe vnarmd, with themattons:
Where when confusedly they came, they fownd
Their Lady lying on the sencelesse grownd;
On th'other side, they saw the warlike Mayd
All in her snow-white smocke, with locks vnbownd,
Threatning the point of her auenging blade.
That with so troublous terrour they were all dismayde.

 

Whom seeing flie, she speedily poursewed
With winged feete, as nimble as the winde,
And euer in her bow she ready shewed
The arrow, to his deadly marke desynde.
As when Lalonaes daughter cruell kynde,
In vengement of her mothers great disgrace,
With fell despight her cruell arrowes tynde
Gainst wofull Niobes vnhappy race,
That all the gods did mone her miserable case.

So well she sped her and so far she ventred,
That ere vnto his hellish den he raught,
Euen as he ready was there to haue entred,
She sent an arrow forth with mighty draught,
That in the verv dore him ouercaught,
And in his nape arriuing, through it thrild
Hisgreedy throte, therewith in two distraught,
That all his vitall spirites therebv spild,
And all his hairy brest with gory bloud was fild.

Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene