Atelier Open Papier 2019

Atelier Open Papier 2019
Six years of collage: an overview of my collage series featuring women and how one series evolved from the other. That’s what I’ll be showing at the big exhibition ‘Expositie Papier 19 t/m 24 maart 2019’, in De Bonte Zwaan, March 19th – 24th, organized by Atelier Open.   On Wednesday, March 20th I will be giving a collage workshop from 18:00 to 21:30 in which I will be talking about my work, the history of collage, thus giving the participants lots of inspiration. I will  bring scissors, cutting knives, glue, tape and part of my books and magazines collection for everyone to use.

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Atelier Open presents PAPIER 2019 – an exhibition of art made from paper and cardboard: linos, installations, sculptures, collages and furniture made of paper and cardboard.
Papier 2019 offers various forms of art. Material, expressiveness and beauty as a common denominator. PAPIER 2019 is more than just an art exhibition; various activities (workshops and theater) take place, all are related to the arts and to the material: paper and cardboard.
Open

Tuesday March 19 – Sunday March 24, 2019
Tuesday – Friday: 13.30 – 18.30
Saturday: 12.00 – 21.00
Sunday: 12.00 – 18.00
Art & Drinks
Saturday March 23: 17.00 – 21.00
Address
Bonte Zwaan
Haparandadam 7
1013 HK Amsterdam
Participating artists
Katja Berkenbosch (collages), Edith Brouwer (linoleum prints), Charlotte Burgmans (sculptures), Cartoni Design (furniture), Maartje Jaquet (collages), Herman Mulder (mixed media), Elvira Out (collages), Loes Schepens (sculptures), MadebyNL (graphic art), Ines Seidel (sculptures), Annita Smit (sculptures), Erik Timmermans (mixed media), Judith Zwaan (papier maché sculptures).
Workshops (you can register for the workshops through info@atelieropen.nl)
– Tuesday 19 March: 18.00 – 21.30 Linocut (Edith Brouwer / Atelier Open), €50 (soup / bread / drinks included)
– Wednesday, March 20: 18.00 – 21.30 Collage (Maartje Jaquet) €50 (soup / bread / drinks included)
– Thursday, March 21: 12.00 – 16.00 Paper Clinic (Marchelma Van Breugel) €90
– Friday 22 and Saturday 23 March: 10.00 – 16.30 Art workshop Ines Seidel, two days, €200  (lunch / drinks included)
– Tuesday 19 and Thursday 21 March: 18.00 – 21.30 Papier Maché Sculptures (Judith Zwaan), two evenings, €100  (soup / bread / drinks included)
– Friday March 22: 19:00 – 21:00 Theatre Workshop ‘from a Athena to Persephone’ (Elvira Out), €35 (soup / bread / drinks included)


Participants working with the materials, creating their collages, at a previous collage workshop.


Me, at the end of the workshop, discussing all creations with the participants.

Jos Houweling: VERANDERINGEN / CHANGES

Jos Houweling: VERANDERINGEN / CHANGES


Happy and proud to be part of this new photo collage book, in which Jos Houweling reworked one hundred photos made by his friends / colleagues into (digital) collages, presented in spreads, with on the left the original photo and on the right Houweling’s remake.

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Published by Voetnoot
204 pages, 21 x 29,7 cm
ISBN 978 94 91738 531
€37,50

A drawing for Theo

A drawing for Theo

Theo Bouwman (publisher of the Dutch magazine Argus) is having a drink with Argus (the cartoon character after whom the magazine was named) at the bar of Café Scheltema.

It was an honor and fun to make this drawing, a present from his colleagues for his 75th birthday, especially as I am working for this magazine from the very beginning, almost two years ago now, making drawings of all kinds of people, mostly in Amsterdam but sometimes from other places, for the back page of each issue.
You can see these drawings here (issue 1 – 31) and
here (a new series, from issue 32).

Poëzie aan de Brink – Kortweg 3

Poëzie aan de Brink – Kortweg 3
It’s poetry week in The Netherlands, with, in the village of Laren, poetry festival Poëzie aan de Brink. The poetry bundle ‘doosje tussentijd’ (little box of meantime) came out, the third poetry book in the series ‘Kortweg’ (In short), edited and put together by Jos van Hest and Gerard Beentjes.


This time poets worked on the theme ‘identity’ or ‘who is I’. I wrote with (my mothers) dementia in mind. Amongst the other contributors: Tsead Bruinja, Nafiss Nia, Willem van Toorn, Ineke Holzhaus, Victor Vroomkoning, Minke Maat, Mare Groen and Ali Serik.
On Saturday evening, February 2nd, during the Marathon of the Short Poem, poets recited their poems, among them also my friend Mimoun Essahraoui, who recited his two poems* in the original version Tamazight, after which I read the Dutch versions (translated by me).
It was such a warm evening, with beautiful music by Babak-O-Doestan, (Persian for Babak and friends) and poetry by people of all ages (children too) and backgrounds.
The bundle ‘Kortweg 3’ can be ordered for € 5 through poet and organizer Gerard Beentjes.

—–

voor mijn moeder – for my mother

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wie ben je als je
laag voor laag
je maskers kwijtraakt
word je wie
je altijd was
vergeten

—–

soul

who are you when
layer by layer
you loose your masks
will you be
the one you had
forgotten

geheugen

ik graaf
mijn hoofd
mijn

waar het
waar is
waar

—–

memory

I’m digging
my mind
mine

where it
where is
where**

—–

Photos and poems © Maartje Jaquet
Note: the photos are not included in the book.

*Essahraoui‘s poems are also featured in his recently published bilingual (Tamazight – Dutch) bundle, and can be ordered through email for €10, postage not included.

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** The Dutch word ‘waar’ has different meanings, for which in English there are different words, in this case ‘where’ and ‘true’. Impossible to translate. I chose for the visual solution, thinking that the feeling of insecurity and confusion still comes through.

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Dansend – Dancing

Dansend – Dancing

Dansend
door de laatste
kopergouden
winterkoude
houden
elegante twijgjes
broze blaadjes
losjes vast.

~~~

Dancing
through the last
copper golden
winter cold
elegant twigs
hold on
loosely to their
brittle leaves.

~~~

In Memoriam Mada Jaquet – Rol
Alkmaar, 13 februari 1945 – Alkmaar, 22 januari 2019

© Maartje Jaquet 2019

Website Jan van der Ploeg

Website Jan van der Ploeg
My father in law, emeritus professor of orthopedagogics, just had a new book published.
Born in 1927, he never stops working.
It’s an honor to me to have designed and built his website www.jandirkvanderploeg.nl and still update it a couple of times a year!

Vallende tijd: the book

Vallende tijd: the book
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Feels good to hold it in my hands, Vallende tijd *, the tenth and final edition of the Berberbibliotheek **. With a selection of the most beautiful poems by Mohammed Chacha, Mimoun el Walid, Fadma el Ouariachi and Ahmed Ziani. Translated into Dutch. Drawings and design of the front made by me.
To be ordered from the Jurgen Maas publishing house:
http://www.uitgeverijjurgenmaas.nl/vallende-tijd-de-berberbibliotheek
ISBN 978 94 91921 57 5 | NUR 306
Falling time
** Berber Library

New Year’s Wishes

New Year’s Wishes

Wishing y’all a new year filled with JOY OF LIFE! • Ich wünsche allen ein neues Jahr voller LEBENSFREUDE • Une nouvelle année remplie de JOIE DE VIVRE à tous • Iedereen een nieuw jaar vol LEVENSVREUGDE gewenst!

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Z! 2018

Z! 2018
This year, in which I have been working on a new section in Z!, the Amsterdam Street Paper, with drawings with a short text about a place in Amsterdam is almost finished.
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Z! 2018, #1

I really liked it and I am happy to be able to continue this work. The last issue of 2018 is still for sale at the vendors. The new one, number 1 of 2019, is already at the printer’s.

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Z! 2018, #18

All sellers, employees, buyers, readers and of course the people who appear in my drawings and texts, whether or not anonymously: a beautiful evening and a good new year to you all!
If you like, you can view and read all drawings and texts from the past year here.

Three Lace Ladies

Three Lace Ladies

A friend of us came to our house. She bought three collages of my ‘Lace Ladies’ series, for her new apartment in Brussels. ‘Portrait de Femme 1 & 2 (the cactus ones) and ‘Couronne’ (the one with the red background). Very happy they found a home!

 

 

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