Renée van Trier

BAM BAM
2018
acrylic . crayon . pencil . stones
67 x 55 cm
ODDBALL
2017
acrylic . pearl
50 x 30.5 cm
NO LOL
2017
acrylic
80 x 45 cm
'why jazz should be the genre of choice of the conservative movement'
2016
acrylic . collage
52,5 x 65,5 cm
'Ca Fait Mal Le Soir, La Fumée Du Blanc Cigare'
2016
painting on photoprint . acrylic . pearl . framed
25 x 32,3 cm

Renée van Trier kneads new language. It’s overwhelming, it’s a lot, it’s loud and sometimes it’s not that pretty.
A contrast, falsely naive, an intelligent mixture of creativity and madness, a true manifesto for art without inhibitions.
The fearlessness to allow the silence to come forth, which can be frightening.

Renée van Trier (NL 1983) graduated from St. Joost Breda in 2008 and the Sandberg Institute Amsterdam in 2010.
Performed and exhibited (among other places) at PUKKELPOP . Hasselt . Belgium ♥ Stedelijk Museum ‘s-HertogenboschParadiso . Amsterdam ♥ S.M.A.K . Gent . Belgium ♥ OTIS College of Art and Design . Los Angeles ♥ Theatre Les Halles . Sierre . Switzerland ♥ WORM . Rotterdam ♥ CEAC Center . Xiamen . China ♥ Grimmuseum . Berlin ♥ Les Urbaines . Lausanne . Switzerland ♥ Mad House . Helsinki . Finland ♥

‘The drama and ambiguity that makes Van Trier’s work debatable is a strong asset in the mediocre landscape of the current Dutch art playground.’
Review Performance. Peter Fengler. De Player. Rotterdam.

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www.reneevantrier.nl
BAM BAM
2018
acrylic . crayon . pencil . stones
67 x 55 cm
ODDBALL
2017
acrylic . pearl
50 x 30.5 cm
NO LOL
2017
acrylic
80 x 45 cm
'why jazz should be the genre of choice of the conservative movement'
2016
acrylic . collage
52,5 x 65,5 cm
'Ca Fait Mal Le Soir, La Fumée Du Blanc Cigare'
2016
painting on photoprint . acrylic . pearl . framed
25 x 32,3 cm