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Jaap Mooy.

Author:Mooy, Jaap (1915-1987) -
Title:Jaap Mooy.
Publisher:Galerie 20, Amsterdam, (1966)
Description:Large folding inviataion to an exhibition concerning Jaap Mooy, 48 x 17,5 cms., 4 b/w illustrations, biography, list of exhibitions.
Note:Rare. Two small pieces of tape sticked to the upper side. - The work of Jaap Mooy (1916-1987) covers more than 50 years, in a period in which he constantly explored new paths and re-invented himself in terms of styles and techniques. Although Mooy became closely involved with the Cobra movement, he had no desire to become a member of the group. He was one of the first Dutch artists to use scrap metal to create sculptures. Together with Karel Appel and Lucebert, he represented the Netherlands at the Venice Biennale in 1964. As the basis for sources of inspiration in the 1970s and '80s, he alternated between the geometrical, the conceptual and the figurative. - *Galerie 20 was established Arnhem, (1960-1969, Parkstraat 20) and Amsterdam (1965-1973, Keizersgracht 518 and Willemsparkweg 35).
Book No:26497
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