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Ritsaert ten Cate
DUTCH
EVERYTHING UNDER CONTROL
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Ritsaert ten Cate
DUTCH
EVERYTHING UNDER CONTROL
Estimate
2,0003,000
LOT SOLD. 2,000 EUR
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

Global Contemporary, Rijksakademie

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Amsterdam

Ritsaert ten Cate
1938-2008
DUTCH
EVERYTHING UNDER CONTROL
2006
stuffed calf, painted iron and marble
88 x 59.5 cm / 34.65 x 23.43"
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Provenance

donated by the family Ten Cate
courtesy: Kunsthandel Rueb, Amsterdam

Exhibited

Some recent solo exhibitions
Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy, Amsterdam 2007, 'Be like Rudi Fuchs: Make your own expo'
Reuten Galerie, Amsterdam 2006,
'Time Frames for God's Letterbox'
Stedelijk Museum De Lakenhal, Leiden 2005, 'Honestly stolen from the experience of a life-time'
Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Berlin 2004, 'PAX & Peace, and etc – I'

Some recent group exhibitions
NP3, Groningen 2005, 'Supermerk' Nederlands Instituut voor Mediakunst, Montevideo/TBA, Amsterdam 2004, 'Channel'
De Appel, Amsterdam 2004, 'De wereld deugt, wijzelf helaas wat minder' (curator)

Literature

Selected publications
Arno van Roosmalen, Tracer: Six curators on art in Rotterdam, Rotterdam: TENT.Centrum Beeldende Kunst 2004
Anna Tilroe, Ritsaert ten Cate: just about now, Amsterdam: Idea Books 2003
Jeroen Willems, Antoinette Reuten, Waarschijnlijk: moments which I intend to remember, Heerlen: Stadsgalerij Heerlen 2001

Selected public and corporate collections
Abn Amro Kunststichting, NL • Beeldspoor/ Rotterdamse Schouwburg, NL

Catalogue Note

In 1965, Ritsaert ten Cate founded the Mickery Theatre of which he was artistic leader and inspirator. His theatre began in a farm in Loenersloot and settled at the Rozentheater in Amsterdam. Numerous international theatre groups, directors and performers who played there – including La Mamma and The Wooster Group from New York, the Traverse Theatre from Edinburgh and Bread and Puppet from San Francisco – helped to shape the Dutch cultural climate. Ten Cate was director, actor, impresario, designer and scriptwriter as well as producer. His archive, library and a variety of artworks were deposited with his gallery. Ten Cate gave lectures, published and was the linchpin in a vast art world both here and abroad. In 1993 he established DasArts, Amsterdam's interdisciplinary training programme. In 1999 he joined the Rijksakademie, shifted his focus to the visual arts and organised a vast number of exhibitions of his own, and other artists', work. He combined an array of materials and techniques varying from assemblages to photo collages and ready-mades. His subject matter dealt with conflicts – wars, ethnic cleansing, human suffering and violent conflict.

Ritsaert ten Cate was resident artist at the Rijksakademie in 2002-2003.
He won the Sphinx Cultuurprijs (NL) in 1996, the Sandbergprijs (NL) also in 1996 and the Bannink Cock Medal (NL) in 2000.

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Global Contemporary, Rijksakademie

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Amsterdam