ARTmonday: 12 Orphaned Artworks from OODE

Two years ago I did an interview with Marleen Kurvers, stylist and proprietor of Dutch Design Year, a design shop in Amsterdam.  Her most recent venture is GALERIE OODE, also in Amsterdam. Kurvers offers a curated selection of orphaned artworksartwork that was left in storage because the museums that owned it closed. Kurvers says, “We want to bring them back to the public so people can adopt them!”

This OODE  is exhibiting the work of Jan de Mug, a Dutch graphic designer and painter from Den Bosch. His work from the Foundation of Disinherited Goods/ Onterfd Goed are abstract, minimalistic paintings and drawings. I know a lot of people who are visiting Amsterdam this summer, so make a point to stop by Galerie Oode to see the orphaned artworks and say hi to Kurvers.

I’ve included one here along with other pieces of orphaned artworks from OODE.

oode-nel-ven-dijkhuizen

Nel van Dijkhuizen, 1982
Painting/collage on paper

oode-a-de-jonge

A. De Jonge. 1982
Lithograph 6/16

oode-maarschalkerwaard-abstract

J. van Maarschalkerwaard
Painting on canvas in wooden frame

oode-klaassen-abstract

Wil Klaassen
Silkscreen in aluminium frame

oode-jan-de-mug

Jan de Mug, 1979
Painting on canvas in wooden frame

oode-a-de-jonge-spiegeling

A. De Jonge, 1979
Signed lithograph 6/18

oode-peter-kampehl

Peter Kampehl

oode-d-putman-woman

D. Putman
Aquarel on paper

oode-ori-ben-zeev

Ori ben Zeev, no title. 1984
Painting on paper

oode-joop-stolk

Joop Stolk, 1989
Painting in wooden frame

oode-ton-kraayeveid

Ton Kraayeveld, 1988
Oil and acrylic paint on canvas in wooden frame

oode-jelis-van-dolderen

Jelis van Dolderen, 1982

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