112
112
Karin Arink
DUTCH
ZUSJES (SISTERS)
Estimate
3,0005,000
LOT SOLD. 11,000 EUR
JUMP TO LOT
112
Karin Arink
DUTCH
ZUSJES (SISTERS)
Estimate
3,0005,000
LOT SOLD. 11,000 EUR
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

Global Contemporary, Rijksakademie

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Amsterdam

Karin Arink
B. 1967
DUTCH
ZUSJES (SISTERS)

Provenance

donated by the artist
courtesy: Galerie Tanya Rumpff

Exhibited

Some recent solo exhibitions
Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, Schiedam 2008, 'Karin Arink – States of Self'
Galerie Tanya Rumpff, Haarlem 2006, 'in/difference'
Museum De Pont, Tilburg 2006, 'Manifold Mumbag & fragments of the white visions' (Projectroom)

Some recent group exhibitions
Museum het Prinsenhof, Delft 2007, 'Contour/ Continuïteit in hedendaagse Nederlandse kunst'
Prato/Val di Bisenzio 2005, 'Territoria, arte dell'olanda a Prato e Val di Bisenzio'
Museum Beelden aan Zee, The Hague 2004, 'Body Talk. De nieuwe figuratie in de Nederlandse beeldhouwkunst van de jaren negentig'
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam 2000, 'Exorcism Esthetic Terrorism'

Literature

Selected publications
Anne Berk [et al.], Karin Arink: States of Self: 20 years of artistic practice, Rotterdam 2008
Marie Jeanne de Rooij (ed.), Den Haag Sculptuur 2005: De Paleistuin, The Hague: Stichting Den Haag Sculptuur 2005
Karin Arink, Inlet – such stuff as thoughts are made of, Breda: Artimo 1997

Selected public and corporate collections
Centraal Museum, Utrecht, NL • Nederlands Textielmuseum, Tilburg, NL • Museum voor Moderne Kunst Arnhem, NL • Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, NL • Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, NL • Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, NL • Museum De Pont, Tilburg, NL • Museo Luigi Pecci, Prato, IT

Catalogue Note

In her work, Karin Arink deals with the body that reveals/conceals the self, the physical encounter with the other and – as a mother herself – the body as a place for the other. In this visual exploration of what the 'self' might be, rather than approaching the self as a fixed entity, Arink sees it as a jumble of influences and experiences. Something that, depending on the situation, is continuously in a state of flux. Through the body, the visible container of the individual, the innermost 'I', the 'self' can manifest and show itself to the other. Without evolving into realistic bodies, Arink's works articulate a spectrum of physical, mental, emotional and social aspects. For this, the artist utilizes and experiments with various media including photo cut-outs and manipulations, creating work from clay or stitched fabric, spatial drawings made from textiles and adhesive plastic foil, animations and text-based works. The titles are also part of the art work.

Karin Arink was resident artist at the Rijksakademie in 1990-1992.
She won the first prize of the 1992 Prix de Rome (NL).

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Global Contemporary, Rijksakademie

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Amsterdam