KEPT HIDING
Limited edition

Medium: Printed on Fine Art Photo Rag (mat). Part of Maarten's 'KEPT IN A BOWL' Alter house Collection '23. 

Variants:

42 x 29.7cm

  • Excl. frame: €250,- 
    *edition of 15

  • Incl. frame with aluminum and museum glass €500,-
    *edition of 10

118.9 x 84cm

  • Excl. frame: €475
    *edition of 10

  • Incl. frame with aluminum and museum glass €800,-
    *edition of 5

Year: 2023

More about Maarten here

ALTER HOUSE COLLECTION ‘23 - KEPT IN A BOWL
In the series ‘Kept In a Bowl,’ Maarten delves further into his own longing for serenity, tranquility, simplicity, and melancholy. However, he adds an extra dimension to this by answering the question at the moment when the pristine form of the untouched bowl serves as a mirror and translator of infinity.

This thought-provoking series delves into the boundless potential of personal identity, framed within the curves of an untouched bowl, allowing you to contemplate the embrace or confinement of its form. Does the bowl enclose you, or does it restrict you?

Kept hiding

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Dimensions: 42 x 29.7cm or 118.9 x 84cm

Medium: Printed on Fine Art Photo Rag (mat)

Limited edition

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KEPT HIDING
Limited edition

Medium: Printed on Fine Art Photo Rag (mat). Part of Maarten's 'KEPT IN A BOWL' Alter house Collection '23. 

Variants:

42 x 29.7cm

  • Excl. frame: €250,- 
    *edition of 15

  • Incl. frame with aluminum and museum glass €500,-
    *edition of 10

118.9 x 84cm

  • Excl. frame: €475
    *edition of 10

  • Incl. frame with aluminum and museum glass €800,-
    *edition of 5

Year: 2023

More about Maarten here

ALTER HOUSE COLLECTION ‘23 - KEPT IN A BOWL
In the series ‘Kept In a Bowl,’ Maarten delves further into his own longing for serenity, tranquility, simplicity, and melancholy. However, he adds an extra dimension to this by answering the question at the moment when the pristine form of the untouched bowl serves as a mirror and translator of infinity.

This thought-provoking series delves into the boundless potential of personal identity, framed within the curves of an untouched bowl, allowing you to contemplate the embrace or confinement of its form. Does the bowl enclose you, or does it restrict you?

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