The Model is delighted to announce that our contemporary art exhibition High Winds Move Slowly will be extended until the 12th of November.
High Winds Move Slowly is a visual conversation between two artists on alienation, suffering, coping and the nature of life. Henk Visch expresses human suffering in his disembodied, humanoid sculptures while Arno Kramer favors escapism into an other-worldly animal realm of his own creation. This contemporary show is a must-see for the Halloween season so be sure to stop by, grab a coffee from The Model café and explore this surreal and enigmatic show.
Extended by popular demand this exhibition, which features drawing and sculptures from two of The Netherlands’ most subversive artists. So, if you haven’t had the time to stop by & check out the show; fear not, you have another month to do so.
To bring this special exhibition to a close, The Model will host a masterclass by renowned Dutch artist Arno Kramer on 31st of October. Kramer is a curator and poet, as well as a visual artist. He is the recipient of the 2015 Netherlands Artist of the Year award and he curated Into Drawing Contemporary Dutch Drawing, a show that went on to tour in five countries. Please be sure to book your places soon, as Kramer’s masterclass is sure to sell out!
Tickets are available here