In the world of visual arts, Richard Bolhuis (NL/UK) is widely considered a musician. In music however, Bolhuis is seen as a visual artist. He maintains a sense of mystery and an altruistic urge to create, all the while being a headstrong and vulnerable spirit. Instead of letting one art form define or encompass his body of work, he carves out his own space.
His interdisciplinairy installations consist of soundscapes, film loops, drawings and performances. Many of his installations take place outside. Murals and drawings on squares, windows, buildings and towers become one with the natural surroundings.
Bolhuis exhibited and performed in the Van Gogh Museum (Amsterdam), Groninger Museum (Groningen), Paradiso (Amsterdam), STUK (Leuven) and during the Le Guess Who? Festival. The solo exhibition Underground Bliss by Richard Bolhuis will be held at Museum De Buitenplaats, Eelde (Netherlands) in the summer of 2018.
Ancestral Roots in Hundred Years Gallery is a site specific installation. 12″ Vinyls of Richard Bolhuis’ collective House of Cosy Cushions will be available during the exhibition.
Private View Thursday 7th September 6:30 – 9:30pm
The Ancestral Roots exhibition is supported by Mondriaan Fund, Netherlands
Exhibition hours : Wednesday 12-6pm, Thursday 12-6pm, Friday 12-8pm, Saturday 2-8pm, Sunday 12-7pm
Fever installation view (photo by Bouke Mekel) / Roots With No End installation view (photo by Joséphine Kurvers)