Collage – Handmade with paper clippings from old magazines and books, scissors, glue and sellotape, sometimes sewing thread. Juxtaposing and intertwining images of people (mostly women and children) with plants, tropical fish, medical images, …
Article in kM, october 2018
The newest kM, a full color professional magazine about artist materials, is all about collages. With articles about four visual artists. The opening article, written by Harald Schole, is about my collages. I feel very honored! KM appears every three months. One can buy it in professional art supply stores in The Netherlands or take a subscription.
“To me this is about how it is to be a woman, about sensuality, about to give life, to come from a mother who herself came from hers etc; so about where we came from, if we can believe Darwin we all came from te sea. The first animals in the world lived in the sea and some of these first animals can still be found there.”
This is my newest collage series. It consists of a combination of images from old magazines about FKK (‘Freikörperkultur’) from Germany (fifties / sixties) with books about ‘lower life forms’. The texts in the collages add value to the works. This time the collages are ‘cut and scanned’ (not pasted). I have been experimenting with using both sides of the images / pages. The whole series has been on show at the exhibition Atelier Open Papier, March 2019 at the Bonte Zwaan, Amsterdam.
Pages of women from old erotic magazines, hand cut and intertwined with pages from a house plant catalogue of the same period (sixties/seventies).
Resulted in a collage magazine, self published in a small one-time edition is out now! Now €10 per item (was €15), postage costs not included. For sale at the Stedelijk Museum Shop. Can also be ordered through me: email@example.com
Sixties hairdressers magazines, tropical fish and sewing machine.
Classic women’s portraits and plants.
Portrait de femme (1)
A Family of Artists, January 24 – March 28, 2016, Museum Wierdenland, Ezinge (NL)
With works by my grandmother Turi Braaksma – van Heerikhuizen, her granddaughters Gertie Jaquet, Maartje Jaquet and Turi Braaksma and her niece Femke van Heerikhuizen.
Platform Platvorm, December 11 2015 – January 3, 2016, Amsterdam.
‘Show what you want show round 2’, launching the second issue of Platform Platvorm magazine.
HAUS AM SEE, December 14, 2013 until March 14, 2014. De Wijde Blik, Amsterdam.
A non stop installation with a slideshow of my collages. The series ‘Haus am See’ was inspired by Peter Fox’ song.
MAARTJE JAQUET COLLAGES, December 16, 2013 – February 1, 2014, Atelier Open, Amsterdam.