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Galerie Ron Mandos is thrilled to showcase a solo exhibition at Art Brussels 2024 of Dutch artist Hadassah Emmerich, an integral figure in the Brussels art scene. Emmerich will present a solo exhibition featuring a new mural alongside a curated selection of her latest paintings and collage works. Emmerich has become known for her exuberant work that intricately weaves stylized representations of exotic fruit, body parts and vegetal elements into bold eroticized ornaments. Her work reflects an immersive and visceral exploration of the body and identity, navigating the realms of the sensory and the sensual while delving into the commodification of desire, the erotic and the exotic.

Emmerich’s solo exhibition is presented by Galerie Ron Mandos and PLUS-ONE Gallery.

Practical Information: Solo exhibition Hadassah Emmerich
Preview Day: 25 April, 2024.
Public Dates:
26 – 28 April, 2024.
Location: Brussels Expo, Halls 5 & 6, Place de la Belgique 1, 1020 Brussels
Booth: 5A-38

 

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ABOUT Hadassah Emmerich

Hadassah Emmerich was born in 1974, in the Netherlands
She lives and works in Brussels, Belgium

Hadassah Emmerich explores recurring themes like the body and identity, the sensory and the sensual, the commodification of the erotic and the exotic. The sensuality of her painting resides not only on the surface of the erotic image, but also in her refined use of colour and technical execution. Since 2016, Emmerich has worked with a new painting technique, using stencils cut from vinyl flooring, which she covers with ink and then impresses onto canvas, paper or a wall. Referring to the visual language of advertising and Pop art, she creates images that both aestheticise and problematize the female body. She depicts the paradox of simultaneous attraction and repulsion, intimacy and cool detachment, seduction and critique. In this way, Emmerich succeeds in making the act of looking truly provocative.

Hadassah Emmerich studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Maastricht, HISK Flanders and Goldsmiths College, London. She had exhibitions at Bonnefanten, Maastricht, NL; Kunsthal Kade, Amersfoort, NL; The Royal Palace, Amsterdam, NL; CENTRALE for contemporary art, Brussels, BE; ISA Art Gallery, Jakarta, ID; De Garage, Mechelen BE; KANAL, Brussels, BE; Museum Arnhem, NL; GEM, The Hague, NL; Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, DE; SCHUNCK, Heerlen, NL. Her work is represented in the collections of a.o. Museum Voorlinden, Wassenaar; Federal Government, Brussels; Rijksmuseum Amsterdam; Bonnefanten, Maastricht; Flemish Parliament, Brussels; Kunstmuseum Den Haag; Museum Arnhem, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Hague.

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