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Three In One

A curated program by Mini Galerie, featuring solo shows from Merijn Hos and Jeroen Erosie and a group exhibition titled 'Paradisia'.

Cody Hudson, Acrylic on linen, 61 cm diameter

Mini Galerie proudly presents three curated exhibitions in one location during this year’s Dutch Design Week. At KEVN the gallery hosts a solo show by Merijn Hos, a solo show from Jeroen Erosie and a ‘Paradisia’ group exhibition.

Merijn Hos - ‘5,972E24KG’

Mini Galerie is thrilled to host the solo exhibition by Utrecht-based artist Merijn Hos titled '5,972E24KG', showcasing a new playful series of more than forty wooden sculptures.

Merijn Hos (Enschede, 1978) earned a BFA degree in illustration from the School of Visual Arts in Utrecht. His art projects have been exhibited in galleries and museums world wide, from New York, to London and Australia, and he works on commissioned projects for clients like Dazed & Confused magazine, Coca Cola, Nike, KLM and the New York Times.

Jeroen Erosie - 'Support Structures'

Mini Galerie is pleased to announce 'Support Structures', a solo show from Eindhoven-based artist Jeroen Erosie, featuring a variety of his signature paperworks created with latex rollers.

Holding an honours degree from the renowned Willem de Kooning academy in Rotterdam, Jeroen Heeman (Roosendaal en Nispen 1976) combines his formal training with an alternative abstract style that invites the viewer into a discussion on public space and the role art plays within it. His work has been shown in multiple art festivals and shows across Europe, the United States, and Japan, establishing Erosie as an irrefutable contributor to the contemporary art scene.

Paradisia II

Mini Galerie proudly presents the second edition of the 'Paradisia' group exhibition. The exhibition showcases the works of Cody Hudson, Liesbeth Piena, Linnéa Andersson, Matthew Craven, B.D. Graft, Jonathan Ryan Storm and Jordy van den Nieuwendijk, all of whom see the natural world as a potent source of their creativity and artistic practice.

As the world around us teters in uncertainty, one can be sure to find solace in the botanical world. Our contributing artists were all asked to submit artworks dealing with nature as a central theme. The work shown is therefore our attempt at demonstrating the ‘affect’ of nature on the human psyche.

About Mini Galerie

Mini Galerie is dedicated to exhibiting contemporary art from emerging artists who are combining the idiom and codes of high culture with societal subcultures. The gallery presents innovative artists working in a broad variety of mediums whose works are largely characterised by a strong graphic and abstract visual language. With a fresh project-based approach, the objective of the gallery is to challenge the perceptions of art rooted in street culture and push it into new territories.

Jordy van den Nieuwendijk, Bloem (2021), 70x50 cm

Liesbeth Piena, Blue Bouquet (2021), 65 x 55 cm

Strijp T+R area, Kelderman en van Noort (KEVN), Galileistraat 2 , Map No. A11
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