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Posted on December 21, 2016


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Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Málaga, Calle Alemania, 29001 Málaga, Spain


January 20, 2017 - March 26, 2017


Tue-Sun, 10am-8pm

1525   |  Event

Marcel van Eeden’s exhibition 1525 will be held at Málaga’s CAC from the 20th January until the 26th March 2017. The Dutch artist’s charcoal drawings tell enigmatic, dark and mysterious stories in small sizes.

The drawings, set out as worlds of labyrinthine imagery, are not based on autobiographical experience. The images that Van Eeden uses are archetypical of films, magazines or literary texts created before the twenty-second of November, 1965 – the date of his birth. He acts therefore as a narrator who interweaves history, fiction and the present.

By unifying the sizes and keeping away, with a few exceptions, from colour, a uniform style of appropriating the images and a constant rhythm of execution prevail. In this way, his work has a style that is post-pop, post-televisual and cinematographic.

Text abridged and translated from Europa Press