Velasco Vitali (1960, Bellano), painter and sculptor, lives and works in Milan, and he is famous mainly for his sculptures of dogs, metaphor of a civilization, a ghost town memories, abandoned places. The Velasco works have been exhibited at numerous solo and group exhibitions in Italy and abroad, including the MACRO (Rome), LKFF Gallery (Brussels, Mazzoli Gallery (Modena), Palazzo Belmonte Riso (Palermo), Palace Reale (Milan) and Milan Cathedral, Galleria Sabauda (Turin).

 Velasco Vitali “Aria 2013”
Material Iron and sheetmetal
270 x 210 x 145   € 20.000,- (excl. VAT)

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Mary Waters


Mary Waters – Woman Red


Koen Deleare painting
Johan Tahon sculpture



Painting: Magnus Plessen


Magnus Plessen


Sculpture: Cygen, les deux garcons


sculpture: les deux garçons



Photo: Ruud van Empel


Photography Ruud van Empel, study-in-green



Photo: Frank de Mulder


Photography: Frank de Mulder


Sculpture: Nadine Wottke


Sculpture: Nadine Wottke


Sculptures: Marjolein Mandersloot


Oil paintings Katinka Lampe


Photo: Jill Greenberg


Photo: Jill Greenberg


Sculpture: Hideki Iinuma


sculpture: Hideki Iinuma






Artist: Ingrid Baars


‘l’Afrique!’ is a fascinating ongoing project by Ingrid Baars inspired by the richness of African cultural heritage in all its diversity, incorporating as it does both the human and the non-human.The amalgamation of classical African cult objects with fashion and real women enables the artist to transcend the natural and constitute an outer worldly realm that feels near but that is, upon closer inspection, a bit unsettling; the aestheticism and romanticism of beauty are imbued with a deeper sense of awareness, of consciousness. Armed with an innate aesthetic compass and quintessential style she evokes a phantasmagorical universe.Baars unique style of working is a one-person endeavor from the preliminary photo-shoot to the photographic manipulation (merging photography, high-end fashion and traditional African sculpture). Her works are made entirely by her.






Architectural interior project with photography artworks from:
Ingrid Baars and Georg Kuettinger.

Interior by:

A visit to the exhibition Art021 in Shanghai. A fascinating exhibition with many galleries in Shanghai and Beijing. An overview of specific artworks spotted. We also visited West Bund art & design and the Shanghai Biennale. A stunning location with equally great objects.


Xu Zhen @ Madeln gallery

Xu Zhen @ Madeln gallery


Matthew Monahan @ Hauser & Wirth

Matthew Monahan @ Hauser & Wirth


Su Xiaobai Oli, lacquer, linen, emulsion and wood 177 x 170 x 10 cm

Su Xiaobai
Oli, lacquer, linen, emulsion and wood
177 x 170 x 10 cm




Boers-Li gallery

Boers-Li gallery


Wang Xingwei Bronze 86 x 56 x 23 cm

Wang Xingwei
86 x 56 x 23 cm


Westbund, Holzwege 2016 Xu Zhen, Eternity, reclining woman

Westbund, Holzwege 2016
Xu Zhen,
Eternity, reclining woman


Ging Jianyi The Second State, 1987 Oil on canvas. 130 x 196 c

Ging Jianyi
The Second State, 1987
Oil on canvas. 130 x 196 cm


Sadie Coles black yellow red mountain, 2016 painted stone, stainless steel, pedestal. 190.5 x 50 x 60 cm. Unique

Sadie Coles
black yellow red mountain, 2016
painted stone, stainless steel, pedestal.
190.5 x 50 x 60 cm. Unique


Why Not Ask Again / 11th Shanghai Biennale
In the Chinese philosophical system known as feng shui, literally wind and water, qi, the metaphysical force of unity, is carried and dispersed on the wind. Water brings qi to rest. In the 11th Shanghai Biennale there are many such light breezes, enhancing works that play on all the senses.

Many works create ambiances with odor, surface texture, motion, illumination or proximity, making these elements just as important as sound and vision. For example, Sun Yuan & Peng Yu’s So Far (2016) presents a whiff of mineral fuel amid two forklifts arranged face-to-face in a tug of war. They are parked close to the entrance of the Power Station of Art, the Biennale’s primary site, so that they obstruct access to the vast atrium. Three sealed eggs, composed of ceramic crocks joined by their rims, are braced in chains between the trucks. The drama implied refers to Otto von Guericke’s experiment demonstrating atmospheric pressure. This was spectacularly performed in 1654 when thirty horses attempted to separate two copper hemispheres with a vacuum inside. The current work is even more elaborate, yet by replacing the hot bodies of sixteen snorting horses with cold machines, and the plasticity of copper with vitrified material and silicone sealant, the awe of grasping the science of air pressure is dissipated. Gone too is the culture of labor that later led the Levi’s jeans brand to use a logo depicting horses pitted against the resilience of the company’s product, likely inspired by an image of the experiment. So Far is a memorial to praxis. But, today visitors cannot enter through the implied arch; they have to go around.



Wang Haichuan, “Seven Days” (2013). Courtesy the Artist and Power Station of Art, Shanghai.


Chen Zhe
Remembering the forgotten, forgetting the remembered


1 June – 3 July 2016

Lounge Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam

Arthunters and Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam have taken the initiative for an exhibition of Velasco Vitali in the Conservatorium Hotel lounge Wednesday, June 1st through Sunday, July 3rd, 2016. After monumental exhibitions in Milan and Brussels Arhunters managed to get the ‘Dogs ‘ series of Velasco Vitali to the Netherlands.As many as ten sculptures are a striking and imposing installation which will be fully and freely accessible thanks to the location of the exhibition in the foyer of the now famous Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam. The sculptures can be purchased individually or in composition.










Arthunters visits every year Art Brussel. This year in its new home in the city’s historic Tour & Taxis. The 34th edition of Art Brussels opened to VIPS’ welcoming eager Belgian and international collectors. 141 Galleries from 28 countries spread across a single floor. The selection was stronger and more tightly curated than ever. We made a selection for our clients. See the highlights.



Valerie Belin, Ananke (serie Super Models), 2015



Ivan Navarro, Blue Electric Chair, 2004



Karin Fisslthaler, Untitled A, 2013



Alejandro Aspina, Portal 2016



Markus Hofer, Farbfoto, Cyan, 2015



Isaac Julian, Under Opaline Blue, 2015



Henrik Stromberg, cut-out storyline 02, 2016



Ry David Bradley, Land-17-2-2016-1948-03, 2016



Stephan Balkenhol, Roter Teufel, 2016


Ewa Axelrad

Ewa Axelrad, Anomalia 2015



Noemie Goudal, Station 1, 2015



Stef Driesen, Untitled, 2014



Gareth Nyandoro



Xu Zhen by Madeln Company, Eternity-Sui Dynasty Standing Bodhisatt…



Karin Fisslthaler, Eyecather II, 2016



Matthew Stone, Warming Air Currents, 2016



Charlotte Posenenske, Relief B series







Simon Laureyns, little one / Dolphin Dance, 2015




Evi Vingerling, untitled, 2016



Nathalie Provoost, Subject without a skin II, 2014



Jaume Plensa

In the garden of Soestdijk Palace is a unique exhibition of monumental sculptures by renowned artists as, Adriaan Rees, Armando, Levi van Veluw, Marte Roling and Christian Hack. Inspired by the annual sculpture exhibition “Beyond Limits” in the gardens of Chatsworth Castle in Derbyshire.

It is substantially a continuation of what originally occurred mainly in the interior of the palace, where the interested visitor whip historical game iconografi (meaning and symbolism of the images), was take by the hand to get entertained or to learn something.

Often contain references “keys” which told about current or historical residents and users.

Adriaan Rees (1957, Amsterdam) lives and works in China and Amsterdam. Rees is famous for his large-scale projects and assignments for public space. He makes sculptures and installations in many materials such as ceramics, bronze, glass, textiles, plaster and stone. His work can be found in collections around the world. He is an artist who is not predictable, someone who always surprises with new ideas and approaches, a cosmopolitan artist. From 2000 Rees increasingly went to Asia, specifically to Japan and then to China. He is so intensely affected by these cultures so he settled in Jingdezhen and works in his own atelier/workshop, among the hundreds of porcelain workshops locally. He begins by making large pot forms that resemble urns with animal and human body parts. He starts working with other artists and works with Chinese craftsmen to get realized many of his designs. Tradition and innovation, humor and seriousness, monumentality and intimacy, vulnerable and tough, traditional and contemporary, real and fantasy, dream and reality. All this you can find in his sculptures. The dialogue between cultural traditions like Europe and Asia. He teaches in the Netherlands, Germany, Finland, the US and China, and also works as an art advisor and curator.


Till May 8, Adriaan Rees @ Soestdijk Palace, Baarn