MOVING UP

Martin Assig, Cedric ter Bals, Jan Brokof, Anya Belyat Giunta, Frank Van den Broeck, Elsbeth Ciesluk, Robine Clignett, Robbie Cornelissen, Karin van Dam, Marcel van Eeden, Paul van der Eerden & Romy Muijrers, Martin Fenne, Andrea Freckmann, Tobias Gerber, Diederik Gerlach, Christie van der Haak, Kim Hospers, Susanna Inglada, Henri Jacobs, Nour-Eddine Jarram, Stan Klamer, Tobias Lengkeek, Dieter Mammel, Marjolijn van der Meij, Erik Pape, Zeger Reyers, Sebastiaan Schlicher, Elmar Trenkwalder, Ronald Versloot, Peter Vos, Dan Zhu, Dirk Zoete

paintings, work on paper, drawings, glass, sculpture

23 October through 27 November 2022

Gallery Maurits van de Laar opened its doors at Westeinde 203 in 1991 and was from 1996 onwards located at Herderstraat 6.  After 26 years, the gallery moves to a new location at the end of December: Toussaintkade 49 in The Hague, a few houses away from Galerie Ramakers, artists’ initiative Quartair and cultural centre Stroom Den Haag within walking distance.
At the Herderstraat 239 exhibitions took place, the 240th exhibition MOVING UP focuses on the upcoming relocation and provides an overview of the gallery’s artists. These include artists from the early years such as Diederik Gerlach, Robine Clignett, Marcel van Eeden, Erik Pape and Dieter Mammel to recent ones like Susanna Inglada, Dan Zhu and Cedric ter Bals. To celebrate the last exhibition at the Herderstraat, a move up discount of 10% applies to all works of art.

The first exhibition in the new location at Toussaintkade 49 will be a duo exhibition by Elmar and Elisabeth Trenkwalder that opens on Sunday 8 January 2023.

The Austrian sculptor/ceramist Elmar Trenkwalder (1959) has a major retrospective exhibition in Museum Beelden aan Zee titled Garden of Earthly Delights from 15 October to 19 March 2023. For the exhibition he made a new colossal ceramic work which is now presented for the first time, alongside other sculptures and drawings.
More info at www.beeldenaanzee.nl

The first exhibition at the gallery at Toussaintkade in January will feature smaller ceramic sculptures by Elmar Trenkwalder and paintings by his wife Elisabeth.
8 January – 5 February 2023.