Tag Archives: Sculptures

The straw that broke the camels back

Solo exhibition Jeroen Cremers in Odapark Venray The proverbial back of the camel The straw that broke the camel’s back. That is the title of the solo exhibition of Jeroen Cremers formerly Jerry Kowalsky, in Odapark – Center for contemporary art – Venray. Born as Jeroen Cremers in Reuver, Limburg, he is now making a […]

Paper art 2019

CODA Paper Art 2019 10.06.2019 – 27.10.2019 | CODA Museum (Dutch version) The strength and beauty of paper are astounding. The world of this dynamic material offers boundless potential for making great ideas palpable. Paper has been a source of inspiration for artists and designers for centuries; with this relatively simple base material, they manage to […]

The control room

“The Control Room” by Jeroen Cremers (then working under the name : Jerry Kowalsky) is this year’s first project at Galerie Bart. This Dutch artist lives and works in Berlin and makes impressive sculptures of an unusual material: cardboard. The exhibition shows large sculptures of enlarged body parts and utensils, as a kind of ‘wonderland’, […]

Humoral theory

Humoral Theory Humoral Theory presents artists Morteza Khakshoor, Jerry Kowalsky, and Moley Talhaoui, each of who have distinct and separate practices, and who show here together for the first time. Beers London Jan 10th – Feb 22nd London, 1 Baldwin StreetMap Also known as humourism, ‘humoral theory’ was a model for the workings of the […]