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Paul van der Eerden - 'Enclosures'

from September 29 2007 until January 13 2008

Pierre Puvis de Chavannes - Un matelot américain (An American Sailor) Loan: Mr. and Mrs. Arnaud Puvis de Chavannes Edmund Monsiel - Personnage anguleux (Angular person). Loan: ABCD Collection, Parijs Lucas van Leyden - Jael Killing Sisera (1520-1525), Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen (collection Koenigs) Albertus Jonas Brandt - Branch of an Oak Tree, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen Francesco Melzi - Portrait-study of an Old man, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen (collection Koenigs) Paul van der Eerden - Untitled (1995-1996), collection: An van de Berg and Joop Groen Vlaardingen Paul van der Eerden - Untitled (1997), collection: Joke Becu Rotterdam Paul van der Eerden - Enclosures no. 1 (2002), courtesy: Galerie Bernard Jordan Paris Paul van der Eerden - Untitled (2004), collection: G.J. Kruidenier en S. van Rijt Dordrecht Paul van der Eerden - Untitled (2003), collection: Gelzer Paris

Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen shows more than one hundred prints and drawings selected by Paul van der Eerden. The City Curators of the museum have invited the artist to curate this exhibition and choose works from the museum’s renowned collection. Apart from this selection and works from other collections, ‘Enclosures’ includes some thirty works by Van der Eerden himself.

Paul van der Eerden has spent time researching the museum’s collection and has uncovered surprising similarities, underlying motifs and unexpected connections within five centuries of drawings. The exhibition focuses on aspects such as mise-en-page, use of space, flatness and form. The title ‘Enclosures’ refers to the process of drawing itself: lines literally enclose a territory, but it is also a metaphor for the closed nature of the human mind and the manner in which artists give it form.

The exhibition includes works by: Fra Bartolommeo, Edgar Degas, Gilgian Gelzer, Juste de Juste, Edmund Monsiel, Ridolfo Ghirlandaio, Puvis de Chavannes, Armand Simon en Elmar Trenkwalder.