LOOKING BACK

solo exhibition Maria Roosen

29.08 2015

18.10 2015

An exhibition of Maria Roosen (Oisterwijk 1957, lives and works in Arnhem). Invited by PARK Roosen creates an installation of new and older works in the former Goretti chapel. This installation connects the PARK interior with the outside of the Wilhelminapark, but also the present with the past.
 
It is our pleasure to invite you to the opening with "walking lunch" on Saturday, August 29 at 1 pm. The opening will be performed by Hendrik Driessen, director of Museum De Pont.
 
Roosen's colorful work includes installations, sculptures and drawings in which the growth and production process is clearly recognizable. Her love for the material glass (occasionally combined with existing objects) provides surprising images that evoke associations with nature: the glass bulbs can be female breasts but also fruit. The use of color makes them soft in nature, despite the hardness of the material, the world literally is reflected in them.
 
This solo by Maria Roosen has partially been made possible within the framework of the exhibition 'Lustwarande '15 - Rapture & Pain', organized by Fundament Foundation in park De Oude Warande in Tilburg, running simultaneously with the exhibition of Roosen in PARK. The opening reception of 'Lustwarande '15' will take place following the Park opening on Saturday, August 29 at 3:30 pm. Roosen already participated twice previously in exhibitions of Fundament Foundation.
 
Maria Roosen’s project in PARK is supported by Mondriaan Fund and Victor Roosen Bijzondere Tuinen.


 
picture: Spiegelborst/Mirror Breast, Maria Roosen 1993
photo © Liedeke Kruk.


 



















In the media:

'Maria Roosen heeft een ruimte-vullende binnenstebuiten installatie gerealiseerd. Hier is de wereld een lusthof en Maria Troosteres van de Bedroefden.'
Beelden Magazine

 

Installation views


















Maria Roosen, Mirror Breasts on tree, 1993-2015, 80 x ø60 cm, plum tree, blown glass NL




Maria Roosen, Rainbow, 2015, 80 x 220 x 10 cm, cord, blown glass CZ