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Museum Voorlinden acquires a new work by Jan Henderikse (1937), Checkout (2018)⁠

Jan Henderikse (1937) was the most radical artist of the Dutch Zero movement, an international collective of artists that exhibited under that name between 1958 and 1966. The Zero-artists worked with alternative means such as movement, reflection, repetition and seriality of forms, and had a preference for modern materials. Although Jan began his career as a painter, he soon switched to making installations and assemblages of everyday objects: “Consumer goods, kitsch and trash, I am interested in everything that moves people”. ⁠

 

December 2021

 


 

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